Caregivers deserve to have fun, too – here’s how



It is a sad fact but while people are partying and celebrating during the holiday season, some people are especially put under stress at this time of the year that can lead to burn out and depression. … [Read more...]


When people are having a melancholic Christmas



‘Tis the season to be jolly but not everybody is celebrating/has something to celebrate this Christmas. There are many reasons why people are melancholic rather than merry this Christmas. Let us look … [Read more...]


`Tis the season for heart attacks?



‘Tis the season for joy and cheers ... and cardiac events. Okay, I don't want to dampen your high spirits during the holidays but it has been shown again and again that there is a distinct spike in … [Read more...]


Your guide to drinking alcohol during the holidays



`Tis the season to be jolly... and tipsy? Well, the holiday season is full of parties. And parties are full of alcohol. Research studies have reported conflicting findings on the benefits and … [Read more...]


X’mas stress and depression: tips for prevention



`Tis the season to be jolly, tra la la la… But the holiday season can bring not only good mood and goodwill but stress and depression. The holiday season in the US starts can start as early as … [Read more...]


Weight Loss, Osteoarthritis and Your Christmas Recipes



Tomorrow night will be Christmas Eve and you most likely have your recipes memorized and the ingredients all bought in preparation for the food you will serve your family on Christmas. What if there … [Read more...]


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