1. Articles in category: Health

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    1. Boosting Your Immune System With Food That You Might Already Have Inside Your Pantry

      Boosting Your Immune System With Food That You Might Already Have Inside Your Pantry

      Your immune system is your first line of defense if ever you get the virus. This is why it's important to keep it in tip top shape even while you're on a lock down.

      Luckily, some immune system boosting foods may already stocked up in your pantry. This article shares some of the most common food items that can help your immune system fight off diseases. Here's one of them:

      Celery often forms the basis of many stock cubes. Using fresh celery and adding celery seed can add that flavour and provide some other nutrients. Celery seed ...

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    2. Warning social distancing could last a year

      Warning social distancing could last a year

      The Australian Medical Association is calling for tougher action to control the spread of coronavirus.

      Social distancing measures might stick around for a year, according to scientists.

      Adam Kucharski, an epidemiologist at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, said the idea that if you closed schools and shut restaurants for a couple of weeks and got back to normal life wasn’t going to happen.

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    3. Scary new data on virus and kids

      Scary new data on virus and kids

      Travel bans, bans on indoor gatherings and limits to aged care visits have been implemented in response to the pandemic.

      Coronavirus: Scott Morrison's new measures to curb the spread of COVID-19

      New data from coronavirus-infected children in Wuhan, the birthplace of the pandemic, has found they can indeed get seriously ill and confirms the first known child death from the disease.

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    4. How to Reduce Work-Induced Stress Anxiety

      How to Reduce Work-Induced Stress Anxiety

      Working from home may eliminate your commutes but it definitely doesn't eliminate work-related stress. So, if your current work arrangements are stressing you out, this article has got you covered.

      In it, Robert L. Leahy shares some of his insights on stress-reduction. Here's an interesting excerpt:

      Research comparing “maximizers” and “satisfiers” indicates that maximizers who uniformly seek the best possible outcome are more dissatisfied, more indecisive and have more regrets.

      There are some nuggets of wisdom here that we thought could help us all immensely during this social distancing season. Read the rest of it at the link ...

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    5. How to Keep Your Well-Being Top Priority In the Midst of the Pandemic

      How to Keep Your Well-Being Top Priority In the Midst of the Pandemic

      This Psychology Today article has some timely advice. It's called Being Kind to Yourself in the Midst of a Pandemic.

      In it, Mica Estrada shares some really thought-provoking insights. Here's one that we thought that you might need to hear:

      When our automatic response to threats is to feel fear and stress, it is especially important to fight for our well-being and not let the fear overtake our minds, bodies and lives. 

      To learn how to do this, take a look at the rest of the article at the link below...

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      Mentions: Health
    6. Why Journaling Can Be Healthy For You

      Why Journaling Can Be Healthy For You

      This Mind Movies article piqued our interest. It's called 7 Surprising Health Benefits Of Journaling.

      Here's a short excerpt that we thought we would share with you:

      Aside from getting your head cleared, journaling also exercises your brain. If you tend to write every day, your creativity shifts. You would feel easier to write every day, leaving you more time to think about ideas for yourself. This also allows your mind and body to communicate with each other.

      The faster your write in the progress, the more creative juices you will have. Your brain likes to be teased ...

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    7. 5 Self care Tips for Female Entrepreneurs from Women's Inspire Network Blog

      5 Self care Tips for Female Entrepreneurs from Women's Inspire Network Blog

      As entrepreneurs we wear many hats  Work-life balance is something that is thrown around ALOT these days – a popular topic amongst entrepreneurs that for most of us can be super hard to try and achieve.

      In this article from Women Inspire Network they highlight that 'its often impossible to maintain a work life balance when you wake up early after spending hours and hours in front of the computer the day before. You drink too much coffee, forget about eating healthy and haven’t worked out in while…'

      Really worth taking a moment to read this article, I bet you ...

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