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How exercise, sleep and the right food can all help when you’re fighting cancer

Exercise and nutrition may be low on your list of priorities after a cancer diagnosis, but putting yourself in the strongest possible position, mentally and physically, means you can make the most of each day, manage your treatment and be there for those you care about. EXERCISE Exercise will only be sustainable if you are… Read More »

MIT researchers say you’re no safer from Covid indoors at 6 feet or 60 feet in new study challenging social distancing policies

The risk of being exposed to Covid-19 indoors is as great at 60 feet as it is at 6 feet — even when wearing a mask, according to a new study by Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers who challenge social distancing guidelines adopted across the world. MIT professors Martin Bazant, who teaches chemical engineering and… Read More »

Is this the real reason you’re so anxious?

Work, money, kids – there could be many reasons you feel more anxious than usual. But it turns out, reducing your anxiety could be as simple as increasing your magnesium intake. Olivia Hartland-Robbins reports Whether it’s a mild nervous feeling, a sense of increasing worry or all out panic attacks, feeling anxious is not a… Read More »

55 Valentine’s Day Instagram Captions For Whatever Situation You’re In

It’s hard enough to express your feelings IRL, but now, you’ve gotta do it on social media too. Why? Because Valentine’s Day. Whether or not you’re celebrating with a special someone, this holiday brings up all kinds of unexpected emotions. Keep that in mind as you craft the perfect Instagram caption to go along with… Read More »

When It Comes to Astrology, if Pluto Isn’t Your Fave Planet, You’re Not Paying Attention

It’s a fact: Every astrologer has a favorite planet they hold near and dear to their hearts. I personally adore Pluto—and so should you! Pluto Retrograde resides on my Libra ascendent in my natal chart and has taught me many lessons in my 30-plus years. First off, I’ve become more tolerant of other people’s views… Read More »