Latest Articles by Amanda Page
9 Ways A.I. Is Changing the Medical Field
Robotic science has always been a basis for Hollywood entertainment, Sci-Fi novels and childhood fantasies. Artificial intelligence isn’t a new concept, and while the technology hasn’t advanced to Spielbergian expectations, AI is being used to transf...
Answered: Top Q's on Complementary and Alternative Medicine
So many terms are used to describe non-traditional medicine, but what do they all mean? There is scientific evidence to support traditional “Western” therapies, but what about the so-called “alternative” medicines? Nearly 40 percent of adults report ...
10 Soothing Gifts for Stressed-Out People in Your Life
The holidays can be a stressful time of year. Shopping, traveling, office parties, work deadlines; it all contributes to a lot of anxiety and stress. This year, consider sharing the gift of relaxation. Help your friends, family, and co-workers take a ...
A Yoga Sequence to Help Relieve Menstrual Cramps
Do menstrual symptoms and PMS have you feeling less than thrilled about working out? While bloating, headaches, cramps, and cravings may have you dreading the thought of squeezing into yoga pants and pushing up into a downward dog.
7 Exercises for Living Better with Multiple Sclerosis
Exercise is an essential part of managing the symptoms of multiple sclerosis as well as slowing down it’s progression. Try these seven exercises to work your way towards living better with MS today.
8 Yoga Positions to Relax in 10 Minutes
This simple yoga sequence, including eight easy positions, can reduce anxiety and stress in a flash and can be done almost anywhere.
Ways to Stop Stressing Out
Feeling tense? Extreme stress can make you feel like there is nothing you can do, but here are some strategies to stop stressing out once and for all.
Q&A With a a School Psychologist
To help you and your child get the school year off to a strong start, HealthCentral lined up a team of ADHD experts to answer your questions. Here are responses during a recent live discussion with Paula Gardner, a school psychologist with over 20 ye...