Today’s Solutions: October 17, 2021

Mental Health

A five minute writing exercise to cultivate gratitude

Research has demonstrated over and over again that gratitude is a powerful force for reducing stress, boosting mental health, and increasing happiness. Essentially, recognizing all the good in our lives helps us focus on appreciation, rather than criticism. Writing down what we’re grateful for is Read More...

Move Dance Feel empowers and connects women living with cancer

Confronting a terminal illness like cancer is not just physically taxing, but also an emotionally draining process for the patient and for those who care for them. Emily Jenkins seeks to reinject feelings of joy and release for people affected by cancer through Move Dance Feel, a community interest Read More...

Study: Feeling younger can help you live longer

Healthy diet, regular exercise, and social connection are all important factors for staying healthy as we age, but your outlook on ageing can also influence how we feel in our older years. A new study from the German Centre of Gerontology finds that simply feeling and acting younger can combat the Read More...

The world is always changing, so here’s how to adapt

If there’s one thing we can bet on in this world is that it’s always changing. Whether it’s something as big as a global pandemic forcing us to reimagine our public health systems or something as small as our local grocery store discontinuing one of our favorite products, we are forced to Read More...

7 Habits to promote brain health

Good brain health is essential for a long and healthy life, but it can be difficult to pinpoint exactly how to maintain it. Here are seven habits to integrate into your life that are sure to boost brain health. Stay well-rested. Sleep allows your organs to slow down, and your body to go into Read More...