Tag: stress management

Anxiety and Its Toll on Heart Health

Relatives visiting, gifts to buy and big holiday meals to cook. You may think, ‘How will I get it all...

December 12, 2016

Tips for Stress Relief (Post-Election)

Carrying stress with you has more of a negative effect on your health than you may realize.

November 8, 2016

Stress Can Be Taxing on Your Health

For those taxpayers, stress is a common occurrence and likely affects their health, even if its a headache or upset...

April 13, 2015

Money No. 1 Stress Trigger, Light Jogging...

Money is the top stress trigger in the U.S., according to a recent study from the American Psychological Association. The...

February 6, 2015

Top 5 Stress-Related Health Conditions

Engaging in healthy activities, such as regular exercise and nutritious meals, and getting the right care and support, can help...

August 29, 2014

Miami: Tops in Employee Engagement, Hosts Global...

Looking for a portrait of engaged employees? If you’re from Miami, give yourself and your co-workers a round of applause....

August 11, 2014

Stress in the City, Pet Therapy &...

When it comes to modern living, Miami may have it all — plus an unhealthy dose of stress. That’s the...

June 27, 2014

Spirituality and Healing: Extra Doses of Support

Let’s face it. There are no magic pills for instant recovery and good health. But research shows that in addition...

April 17, 2014

Help Your Child Reduce Stress

Who is more stressed out – your child or the CEO of a large company?  That’s a tough call. Due...

March 3, 2014

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