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With daylight hours growing shorter, and daylight savings time ending for most of us Nov. 7, many people have difficulty adjusting to the colder, darker months. An estimated 10 million Americans struggle with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), and women are more than four times as likely as men to have it.
If you’re experiencing allergies, getting summer colds or just generally trying to stay healthy, supporting your immune system is one of the best ways to prevent illness.
Your immune system is designed to defend your body against all kinds of disease and illness. On any given day it helps you fight off countless bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens you encounter as you go about your life.
The immune system is a complex system designed to fight off infection.…Continue
We are living through a very stressful time. People are worried about whether they will have jobs tomorrow, concerned that they may catch or spread the virus, and anxious about protecting their families and loved ones.
On top of that, they may be dealing with loneliness and other effects of social isolation, along with fear and uncertainty over what the future holds. This is on top of many of the worries that ranked Americans among…Continue
A new study reveals loneliness is at epidemic levels, with almost half of Americans missing meaningful in-person daily interactions, such as having an extended conversation with a friend or spending quality time with family. Loneliness can actually be life-threatening. It raises the risk of stroke and heart disease and contributes to…Continue