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Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement: A Chat With Dr. Mirella Diaz-Santos

Out of the six million Americans diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, approximately four million are women. Additionally, it was discovered that women over 60 are two times more likely to develop Alzheimer’s than breast cancer. These startling statistics, compounded with other gender-based research, led Maria Shriver

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5 Positive Affirmations For The Work Week

The weekend is over and here comes Monday. She is all smiles, and we are all frowns. We know what it truly means. It means another week of endless meeting and deadlines. We must put out fires that happened over the weekend on top of

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3 Tips To Self-Care Sunday Every Day Of The Week

When Covid-19 came in and swept the world, every individual was hit hard financially, mentally, and physically. The world stopped and everything we knew and loved was put on hold. How did we cope with this enormous amount of stress and fear? Well, according to

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Why Online Privacy Is The New Self-Care Regimen

Is privacy and online security becoming a new necessity for our mental well-being? Over the years our mobile evolution has made it simpler to maneuver online browsing and possibly ignore software viruses. The minor concern we dealt with in the beginning of the internet was

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Dealing With Entrepreneurial Burnout

In a world where time is money, working professionals are more stressed out today than ever before. This phenomenon disproportionately affects entrepreneurs. While 7% of the general population experiences depression and some level of burnout, an overwhelming 50% of entrepreneurs report feelings of burnout. In recent

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Do You Suffer From Minority Stress As A Queer Entrepreneur?

The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersexed, Ace (LGBTQIA+) community represents a diverse, beautiful range of genders, sexes, and sexual orientations. Not to mention a wide range of ethnicities, races, nationalities, social and economic classes. Belonging to the LGBTQIA community, for many, is a

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6 Lessons From When The World Stopped

As an independent filmmaker, Natalie Rodriguez was immersed in the energetic, fast-paced life that a creative artist living in the heart of Los Angeles, California is prone to. 2020 was going to be a great year: the award-winning entrepreneur had won contracts with distributors to

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Behavioral Health Trends Bringing Us Peace Of Mind In 2021

In 2021 we will see a larger focus on ensuring quality mental health care reaches all populations in need, with greater access and cost-effectiveness. While technology is driving so much positive change in healthcare and in mental health, the human connection must be remembered. The

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