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Tips for Handling Stress: Work, Home and Relationships

Unfortunately, stress is a common feeling in everyone’s lives. The American Institute of Stress found that 33% of people report feeling extreme stress, and 77% say that stress impacts their physical and mental health. Whether your stress stems from work, home, relationships or all of the above, we’ve got tips to help you handle stress and start feeling peace in body, mind and spirit.

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Tips for Handling Stress: Work, Home and Relationships

Unfortunately, stress is a common feeling in everyone’s lives. The American Institute of Stress found that 33% of people report feeling extreme stress, and 77%...

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While seeing the doctor may not be on the top of your to-do list, it’s an important part of maintaining your physical, mental and spiritual...

Cooking When a Hurricane Is Coming

When a hurricane bears down on Florida, a trip to the grocery store or restaurant may not be possible. But there’s one question that’s echoed...

Family Medicine vs. Internal Medicine

When you’re not feeling your best, you want the best care from the right physician. But with so many different types of doctors out there...

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