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Socially Acceptable Weight Gain

Retirement Kuel Category Expert & Author: Becky Kueker More than 15 years ago I had a mild heart attack. Mind you at the time it did not seem mild but that is what the doctor said so I acquiesced to her definition. What caused this attack was plain and simple: over eating and stress. Of […]

DISTRESS/De-Stress

BurnOut Kuel Category Expert: Liza Baker In January, we took a look at why burnout is endemic in the nonprofit world, and in April, we detoured a bit to talk about the Covid-19 pandemic and its effect on our stress levels. But what exactly are stress and burnout? We toss those words around pretty freely, […]

Help Your Brain Fight Toxic Stress

Brain Health Kuel Category Expert: Patricia Faust, MGS Over the years I have written quite a lot about stress. With all of the work we do every day to create our ageless brain, stress can wipe it out in short order. Now, we are into our fourth month of living the coronavirus. Besides the fear […]

Medical Misogyny and Menopause

Menopause Kuel Category Expert: Lorraine Miano As a woman, have you ever felt dismissed when presenting your GP or gynecologist with symptoms you are experiencing?  Especially when it comes to Perimenopause and Menopause? This extends to woman who may have an autoimmune disease, chronic pain or symptoms and conditions not related to menopause at all. […]

Social Connection And Community: Keys To A Longer Healthier Lifespan

Healthy Aging Kuel Category Expert: Deb Gutierrez It has been quite a year. I have experienced every emotion there is in the past three weeks. The full range of feelings that began with the emotional stress of being isolated during the COVID pandemic. The pandemic aside, many are not prepared for the feelings, lack of […]

3 Ways To Safely Look Beautiful & Have Fun In The Sun

Healthy Living Strategies Kuel Category Expert: Diana Devi It is finally summer: or close enough!  That means fun in the sun and outdoor activities. We need ways to protect our skin from the sun. The question become “ how do I enjoy the sun and not damage my skin, create wrinkles and brown spots?” After […]

Three Essential Steps to Minimizing Overactive Bladder Issues in Midlife

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Women’s Health Kuel Category Expert: Lisa King As we head into midlife does it seem like you are spending more time in the bathroom or actually running to the bathroom? If you think it is just your imagination, it is not! As we get older, overactive bladder is more common in women and 40% of […]

Foods That Age Us From The Inside Out

Healthy Aging Kuel Category Expert: Deb Gutierrez When did choosing the “right” foods become so complicated?  The Health and Wellness Industry confuses a majority of people. What is most important is Bio-individuality – finding and knowing what works best for YOU. What works great for me may not work well for my sister, friend, mother, or […]

7 Ways to Support your Immune System with Food

Holistic Healing Kuel Category Expert: Carol Lee Having a strong immune system is on most people’s mind at the moment and making healthy food choices can really make a difference. All the food I suggest reduces inflammation in the body; inflammation over the long term is what eventually leads to the development of chronic conditions […]

Becoming Who We Are Meant To Be

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The Let Go – Personal Musings: Charisse Glenn Every minute of every day, we are aging. It’s inevitable. While many embrace the process, others resist. To become who we are meant to be, we must let go of who we once were. Consider a rose. Imagine if the bud were its full expression. If we […]