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The Case for Self-Care Sundays

With the weekend approaching, we've been thinking a lot about what it means to rest. More specifically, what does it mean to rest well? To recover? To give our bodies, minds, and souls a place to retreat? 

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Tips to Jumpstart Your Routine After the Holidays

As the old saying goes, too much of a good thing can quickly spoil (or something like that), which is why it's important to say farewell to the holiday cheer and get back at it with our health and fitness routine.

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It's Time to Start Taking Bedtime More Seriously

Sleep isn't only essential for our mental health and overall wellbeing—it's necessary for our physical health, too. From recovery to fighting off illnesses, our bodies crave quantity and quality rest.

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Prioritizing Your Health During Life's Busiest Seasons

Sometimes life happens, and we're just too busy to take time from our day for a workout at the gym. There is no shame in that. 

But when these seasons happen, it doesn't mean your health has to suffer. There are other ways to ensure you're taking care of your body. Here are just a few:

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The Impact of Daylight Saving Time on Your Health, and How to Survive the Time Change

Daylight Saving Time is this Sunday, and most people in the United States will turn their clocks forward one hour. This is good news. It means we're on the cusp of longer and lighter days as spring approaches. The bad news? We're going to have to sacrifice an hour of sleep for it.

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A Health Reminder: Take Care of Yourself This Winter

Cold temperatures, too much time indoors, missed gym days, and unhealthy comfort food can all contribute to what we dread most in the winter: sick season. While studies don’t actually prove that cold temperatures make us sick, the choices we make because of the cold often lead to a weakened immune system -- and that never-ending runny nose. 

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