Today’s Solutions: May 21, 2024

Cracking the case: Is joint cr

Cracking the case: Is joint cracking harmful or simply satisfying?

Many of us have been warned about cracking our knuckles due to stories of arthritis and joint problems. Is there any truth to this age-old legend? The story of Donald Unger, who cracked his knuckles for 50 years without developing arthritis, sets the ground for a more in-depth investigation of Read More...

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3 routine tips for a healthy brain

Let's take a look into the health of the organ responsible for our thoughts, movements, and consciousness. So, how do we take care of our body’s most vital component? The brain is a circadian organ - meaning it follows a natural biological clock - therefore it makes sense that maintaining a Read More...

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How to set expansive and achievable New Year's resolutions

It’s that time of year again. Time to make some New Year’s resolutions! Although there’s no “right” time of year to commit to healthier habits, many people find that the wake of the holidays and the celebration of a new year is a good time to embrace new goals. You’ve likely noticed Read More...

3 ways to kick a bad habit

3 ways to kick a bad habit

You can’t break a habit by trying to stop yourself from performing the habit. The brain systems that stop a behavior require a lot of effort. In addition, you don’t learn anything when you don’t perform any actions, and so even when you successfully stop yourself from performing a behavior, Read More...

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5 healthy habits we can take with us into post-pandemic life

Working from home, no social contact, and limited shopping have all made us think about how we need to do things differently. If you weren’t an online shopper before, you’ve had to learn. If you’ve never asked for help, this is a time where it’s perfectly normal to reach out to others – Read More...

Struggling to make a good habi

Struggling to make a good habit stick? Try changing the way you think about it

Is there a “bad” habit that you want to replace with a healthier choice, but struggle to get yourself to do it? You may be paying too much attention to what you think you’ll lose by giving up the habit. Try flipping your perspective. Good habits are called “good” for a reason. They Read More...