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  • End-of-Life Planning
    For many people, end-of-life planning brings peace of mind and a sense of control. It also takes the burden off loved ones, because they don’t have to guess what you would want.
  • Everyday Ways to Activate Your Life
    Moderately intense activities such as walking briskly from your parked car to the mall entrance, won't help you train for a sport. But they can help you achieve and maintain a healthful weight and improve your overall fitness level.
  • Figure on These Factors When Drinking Alcohol
    If you drink, you most likely want to drink reasonably and responsibly. But what are the factors that can help you keep a check on your blood-alcohol content so you don't embarrass yourself or, worse, hurt yourself or others?
  • Finding Support for Emotional Issues
    How do you know when your emotions are of the everyday sort, or when you could benefit from seeing a therapist?
  • Finding the Right Rehab Program for Substance Abuse
    Drug addiction and alcohol addiction are chronic diseases that can be treated as successfully as many other chronic diseases, including high blood pressure, asthma, and diabetes.
  • Five Steps to Better Memory
    Aging can make it harder to remember some things. But by focusing on your potential and continuing to exercise your mind, you may be able to boost your memory power. Here are some strategies.
  • Focus on Keeping Your Spirits Up
    Good mental health is just as important as good physical health. But we all face changes in life that can challenge our emotional well being.
  • For Men: Doctors Are Good for Your Health
    Men are missing opportunities to detect and address medical problems in their early stages, when many conditions are more treatable and less threatening to overall health.
  • For Seniors: How to Prevent Falls
    As you age, your risk for falling increases. More than one-third of people ages 65 and older and half of those ages 75 and older fall each year. And many falls in older adults result in fractures and other severe injuries.
  • For Seniors: Is It More Than the Blues?
    Although anyone can suffer from depression, it is particularly common among older adults. Depression affects 15 out of every 100 adults older than 65.
  • Getting the Most from a Mental Health Support Group
    Mental health support groups offer support, understanding, and helpful information to people struggling with depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, and other conditions.
  • Goal Setting for Everyday Success
    Setting goals gives direction to your life. Without goals, you can drift and go nowhere.
  • Health Myths and Facts
    There are a number health myths where knowing the facts can make a world of difference to your health.
  • Health Risks of Alcohol and Drug Abuse
    It's important to understand how alcohol and drugs can affect your health and well being.
  • Help for the Holiday Blues
    The unrealistic expectations of the season, time and financial pressures, missing loved ones and reflecting on past events as the year comes to an end all contribute to the blues.