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Social Media Health-What You Need To Know: Part 2

One of the most important things you can do before logging into social media is to check in with yourself. If you are feeling overwhelmed or depressed, it might be better to go for a walk or revitalize your emotions elsewhere. Scrolling through posts will only elevate your anxiety. Technology overstimulation will serve as an additional stressor and may even exacerbate symptoms of anxiety and depression. Here are some ways to help you take control of your social media usage and prevent any unnecessary anxiety.

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Social Media Health-What You Need To Know

Social media offers many benefits. It helps you stay connected to family and it helps to reconnect long lost friendships. It’s even helped serve as a bridge for biological families in many adoption cases around the world. Social media has made our lives more convenient than ever before, simply because it’s so much easier to find others who can offer us the resources that we need. While this constant connection serves its purpose, it can also be somewhat damaging to mental health. Here are some tips for ensuring that your mental health isn’t jeopardized when using social media.

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What To Know About Springtime Allergies: Part 2

Spring allergy season is officially upon us, which means that you may be one of the unlucky ones who end up surrounded by a heap of tissues for the next month or two. In our previous post we provided you with some important things to know about allergies, and we’ve come back to let you know a few more that we found along the way…


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What To Know About Springtime Allergies: Part 1


Spring is officially here which means that you are likely getting outdoors any chance you get. While springtime comes with some major perks, warmer weather being one of them; it also comes along with one bigtime downside…spring allergies. If you’ve been sniffling up a storm ever since the season started, then it could be due to some environmental allergies. Here are a few things to know about springtime allergies…


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Risk Factors That Can Contribute To A Stroke

In our previous post, we discussed the different types of strokes prevalent in men and women of all ages. While not all risk factors are preventable, it will help to be aware of the ones that you can and can’t control.

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Signs of a Stroke: Part 1

Due to Luke Perry’s sudden death, middle-age Americans have been burdened with both grief and confusion. The Beverly Hills 90210 star was just 52-years-old when he died of a massive stroke, a diagnosis that typically occurs in adults who are much older. Strokes are caused by a blockage of blood flow in the brain or by something that triggers bleeding in the brain. Typically, only one in seven million Americans under the age of 50 die from strokes every year, and nine per million die from a brain hemorrhage. This sudden tragedy has left people of all ages questioning their own health, which is why we researched the most common causes of a fatal stroke in both men and women.



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