Nourishing Self Care

Mental Health

Aha News: Post-Stroke Depression Common Among Black, Hispanic Survivors

03/04/2019 06:00am | 3887 views

For the nearly 800,000 people who experience a stroke each year in the United States, the aftereffects are likely to be life-changing.

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Best Healthy Hispanic Snacks For Your Party

11/02/2019 06:00am | 7021 views

Hispanic food is healthier than traditional American food and helps increase your life expectancy, according to Nutrition Facts. The choice of ingredients, the proportion of non-processed foods, and the cooking methods seem to be the main reason. If you're looking for healthy alternatives for party food, which in itself is often very unhealthy, then perhaps all you have to do is cast your eyes on Hispanic recipes. Besides, he variety of flavors, colors and textures make them perfect for a party table and add up to the festive ambiance. Here are some ideas on healthy Hispanic snacks and treats for your party table.



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Mental Health

Focus on Your Inner Self to Boost Your Mood

29/01/2019 06:00am | 4037 views

When you're trying to tame depression, it sometimes helps to turn your attention inward. Even if you're already getting treatment with medicine and therapy, tending to your inner self can lift your spirit and help you better manage your feelings.  

Everything from meditation to just plain having fun can be part of the plan. But remember, it's best to start small. Pick one thing that feels right for you and make a habit of it. Over time, it'll add up to bigger changes.

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Mental Health

Stress, Depression and the Holidays: Tips for Coping

15/12/2018 06:00am | 4088 views

Stress and depression can ruin your holidays and hurt your health. Being realistic, planning ahead and seeking support can help ward off stress and depression.

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Preventive Care

This Surprising Symptom Could Be a Sign of a Heart Attack in Women

05/12/2018 06:00am | 4936 views

Middle-aged, overweight men aren’t the only ones who should be worried about heart attacks. In fact, women under 55 are equally (or more!) likely to suffer from heart disease, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Despite the risks, a 2016 statement issued by the American Heart Association (AHA) has revealed that women are often undertreated for this deadly condition. The reason? Most fail to recognize the silent signs of a heart attack that apply exclusively to females.

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