In times of stress and uncertainty, a number of strategies can be helpful for maintaining well-being and promoting resilience.
Studies show eating vegetables can reduce risk of early death, especially related to heart problems. Yet only 13% of Americans meet the recommended intake of at least 2 to 3 cups per day. Leafy greens are particularly protective against a host of chronic diseases, but increasing one’s intake of any type of vegetable is beneficial.
5 Ways to Add More Vegetables to Foods You Love
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Already include a vegetable with dinner? Serve more than one. Research shows when multiple vegetables are offered, a larger quantity is eaten overall.
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A wealth of virtual, home-accessible tools (apps, podcasts, videos etc.) are now available to support mindfulness, relaxation, and movement.
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- Mar | 26 | 2020
Smoking and vaping have harmful effects on the body, including making it harder for the body to fight infections. This includes serious infections like COVID-19. Learn how smoking and vaping can put your body at a higher risk of and how to quit smoking and vaping.
- Mar | 20 | 2020
新型冠状病毒疾病 (COVID-19) 的爆发给我们所有人，包括儿童和青少年，带来了很多焦虑和不确定性。
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Gun violence claims the lives of 35,000 Americans a year, but doesn't receive as much research funding as conditions like sepsis and liver disease. Internist Chana Sacks, MD, is hoping to change that.