10 Ways Happy People Choose Happiness, and other Weekend Reads

Here are this week's reading diversions for your personal enlightenment. Have a splendid weekend!

Mark Hyman, MD: Join Me on the 30-Day Blood Sugar Solution Challenge

What health condition is the No. 1 cause of death in the U.S.? What health condition affects as much as 70-80 percent of some populations, yet 90 percent of those who suffer don't realize they have it?


Russell Bishop: Soul-Talk: Are You Courageous or Just Self-Righteous?

True courage takes many forms, few of them characterized by bravado and none of them insensitive or unkind. That doesn't mean true courage can't appear to be insensitive or unkind; when sourced from a deep sensitivity and caring, true courage is willing to take whatever stance is necessary to produce the desired results, and yet it is never produced out of bravado or some form of self-righteousness.


Holding Your Pee: Health Risks From Ignoring Nature's Call

When sitting in a meeting or trying to get through emails, the thought of nature calling probably isn't one of your priorities. Or rather, it might be top of mind, but you feel embarrassed using the office bathroom. Experts tell us, however, that taking care of our kidneys means knowing when they're entering the danger zone.


7 March Superfoods

Why we love it:
Honeydew melons, which start coming into season in March, are sweet and juicy. According to WebMD, they're also a great source of vitamin C -- with a wedge providing more than half the recommended daily amount.


Lack Of Awareness Of Breast Cancer Symptoms In Older Women ‘To Blame For Late Diagnosis'

The risk of late diagnosis gets higher among as women get older, with women aged 75 to 79 being 46% more likely to have late stage diagnosis compared to younger women.


Easy Ways to Boost Your Memory | Caring.com

That's reassuring, given headlines from the Alzheimer's Association's new annual report showing that every 70 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops Alzheimer's (the most common form of dementia).

Myth that you sleep worse as you get older isn't true, scientists say - latimes.com

The myth that you sleep worse as you get older isn’t true, scientists argued in a study published Thursday. While older people may have more sleep disturbances than younger people, those problems are linked to illnesses and health issues and have little to do with aging, researchers said.


7 Drugs, Vitamins, and Herbs You Should Never Mix - Heart Health Nutrition | Dr. Sinatra

Can you safely take vitamins and herbs with pharmacological drugs? For the last two decades, most of my patients have used combinations of vitamins and minerals with conventional drugs (while reducing their reliance on medication) without any serious side effects.


10 Ways Happy People Choose Happiness

If you have the courage to admit when you’re scared, the ability to laugh even as you cry, the nerve to speak up, even if your voice is shaking, the confidence to ask for help when you need it, and the wisdom to take it when it’s offered, then you have everything you need to get yourself to a happier state of mind.


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