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People who gradually give up driving fare better than those who are forced to stop without time to adapt. Here are a few steps you can take to ease into it.
Anything that helps you feel centered and connected, such as simple prayers, meditation, or mindfulness, may help you deal with anxiety and depression.
A sense of purpose is a good thing to have at any stage of life. But as you approach retirement age it can be especially important.
Moderate alcohol consumption has some undeniable health benefits, including a lower risk of cardiovascular disease.
People who regularly meditate say it provides mental, spiritual, and physical benefits, including stress reduction and a sense of well-being.
Sometimes, being grateful is hard. We’ve all been through challenging times. Maybe you are going through one now. These tips can help.
Although religion and spirituality may not cure illness, they can have a positive effect on conditions such as depression and stress.
Distressing events in the news can cause undue anxiety, which can harm your health. Here’s how to get a handle on your fears.
Light to moderate drinking—such as a glass of wine with dinner—can be beneficial to your health.
If you have a pet you know the joy and comfort it can bring: A pet helps you stay active and provides companionship. And pets may boost your mental and physical health.