Book Review: It’s Probably Nothing… Helps you Navigate the Wellness Industry in a Simple Way

New Non-Fiction Book Review It’s Probably Nothing: The Stress-Less Guide to Dealing with Health Anxiety, Wellness Fads and Overhyped Headlines by Casey Gueren takes you on a journey to help you navigate health misinformation and the wellness industry. Gueren is an award-winning journalist, and former executive editor & health director at SELF.  When I learned about Casey Gueren’s new non-fiction book, I ordered it, read it, and now I’m thrilled to write about it. As…

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Free From Fibroids Empowers Women to Speak Up Now

Free From Fibroids Healthin30.com

by Barbara Ficarra, RN, BSN, MPA (Short Read—Women’s Health—News About Uterine Fibroid Treatment) If you’re diagnosed with uterine fibroids, ask your gynecologist this one very important question: What are all the treatment options? It’s important to speak up now so you can become aware of all the treatment options. In other words, in oder to make informed and educated decisions about your health, you need to be aware of all the available treatment options. One…

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Loneliness: How to Find Harmony and Balance in Unexpected Ways

Loneliness: How to Find Harmony and Balance in Unexpected Ways

In some ways, 2020 has become synonymous with loneliness. It’s an unprecedented lonely period; a time when physical and social interactions have altogether wilted. Normal no longer exists. Instead, people are learning to readjust their lifestyles to try and find a “new normal,” whatever that may be. An unexpected side effect of a “new normal”? Loneliness. A distinct lack of social connections and social isolation have contributed to “anyone feel[ing] lonely at anytime.” Is it…

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5 Ways to Cope With Anxiety

5 Ways to Cope with Anxiety

There are simple measures you can take to help cope with anxiety. This article addresses 5 ways to cope with anxiety. “To experience anxiety is to be human, said Dimitrios Tsatiris, MD, a practicing Board-Certified psychiatrist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Northeast Ohio Medical University in Cleveland, Ohio. “We all experience anxiety and no one is immune to it. It’s part of the human condition,” he added. Most importantly, “the good news is…

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Is it Possible to Debunk Pandemic Misinformation?

Is it possible to debunk pandemic misinformation

Misinformation about the pandemic is rampant. The internet has become a great source of health misinformation. Misinformation can spread like wildfire. There’s information overload and people are having a difficult time separating fact from fiction. Is it possible to learn to debunk pandemic misinformation? Gary Schwitzer, Publisher at HealthNewsReview.org and Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Minnesota School of Public Health, believes it’s possible to learn to debunk pandemic misinformation. He helps journalists and consumers understand…

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