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  1. Coping With Closure

    May 2, 2006 -- Is closure going to see the new 9/11 feature film United 93 and finally being able to face what happened to loved ones on Sept. 11, 2001? Is closure watching the Zacharias Moussaoui verdict unfold and perhaps seeing the conspirator executed? Moussaoui is currently the only person in t

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  2. Is Guilt Getting the Best of You?

    Does your guilty conscience follow your every move, making you wonder how you could have done something more or better -- for your partner, your kids, your community, or your career? Where does such crippling guilt come from? What toll does it take on you? And, most importantly, how can you shake it

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  3. How to Cope With Tax-Time Stress

    Spring is the season when the cherry trees and cottonwoods bloom. For Barbara Halpern, spring is also the season when her workweek blooms to 80 hours or more. Accompanying those long work hours are the colds, migraines, dizziness, and weight swings that plague Halpern and her colleagues at her small

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  4. Integrative Medicine: A Patient's View

    When Barbara Lee Epstein was diagnosed with a rare form of appendix cancer, she got the best that high-tech medicine has to offer: treatment at a world-class cancer center and a government-funded, experimental therapy that involved infusing heated chemotherapy into her abdomen. "I had this very expe

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  5. Workplace Wellness

    Health conditions such as ADHD, addiction, depression, anxiety disorder, and sleep problems can indeed exact a staggering toll on the business budget. In the U.S., where depression affects nearly one in 10 people, the estimated cost of this disability in missed work days, medical expenses, and prema

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  6. Biofeedback Trains Mind, Body to Make Changes

    Biofeedback: Sounds like science fiction? It's actually good medicine. Biofeedback is helping many gain control over common health problems like migraines, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, epilepsy, diabetes, high blood pressure, and incontinence. In fact, biofeedback is barely considered a

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  7. Biofeedback Trains Mind, Body to Make Changes

    Biofeedback: Sounds like science fiction? It's actually good medicine. Biofeedback is helping many people gain control over common health problems such as migraines, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, epilepsy, diabetes, high blood pressure, and incontinence. In fact, biofeedback is barely co

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  8. Meditation Balances the Body's Systems

    Most Americans aren't raised to sit and say "Om." But meditation has gained millions of converts, helping them ease chronic pain, anxiety, stress, improve heart health, boost mood and immunity, and resolve pregnancy problems. Any condition that's caused or worsened by stress can be alleviated throug

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  9. Hypnosis: Focusing Subconscious on Change

    Forget the stage-show stereotypes. Hypnosis has helped people cut back on pain, anxiety, and depression medications, resolve intestinal problems, quit smoking, even have less stressful childbirth. There's no pocket watch involved. Hypnosis is simply a state of concentration and focused attention --

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  10. A New Age of Celebrity Worship

    Brad and Angelina, Tom and Katie, Nick and Jessica -- it seems people can't get enough of hearing about the gritty details of celebrities' lives. It's called being "star struck" and it's a phenomenon that is not only bigger than life -- it's bigger than ever. "You have a confluence of forces coming

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