What Is Meditation?

There’s no one right way to meditate. In fact, meditation can take on many forms, whether that’s deep breathing and mindfulness, or through yoga or tai chi. Find a style that suits you.

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How To Stop Procrastinating

Procrastination doesn’t have to make your life or to-do list more stressful. Here’s how to unlearn these habits and start getting things done on time.

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Moxibustion: What Is It and Does It Work?

Moxibustion is a therapeutic method in traditional Chinese medicine, and it’s commonly used alongside acupuncture. An acupuncturist explains how moxibustion works, why it’s used and whether it’s right for you.

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Should You Be on PrEP?

It was hard to imagine that medication could someday prevent the spread of HIV. But now, PrEP has become an important tool in lowering the risk of contracting it. Learn more about this innovative “pre-exposure” drug.

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How Does Huntington’s Disease Affect Work?

If you’ve been diagnosed with Huntington’s disease, you don’t need to leave your job right away. Keeping in close contact with your doctor, and addressing symptoms as they come up, will help you make the best decision about employment for your health and future.

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How To Cope With Huntington’s Disease

Taking care of your health after being diagnosed with Huntington’s disease is a team effort. You can work with your care team to put together a plan to manage your mental health and physical symptoms, and find a support group.

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What’s Causing Your Neck Pain?

Nearly 86.8% of people have neck pain at some point in their lives. But just because it’s common, doesn’t mean you have to live with it. An osteopathic medical specialist explains.

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