Caffeine Myths and Facts
WebMD examines caffeine and looks at the side effects, both positive and negative, that it can have.
Natural Colon Cleansing: Is It Necessary?
WebMD looks at colon cleansing, from using supplements to having colon irrigation. Are these products necessary or even beneficial, or is it all a hoax? Get the truth about natural colon cleansing here.
Tips to Manage Caregiver Stress
Learn how you can ease your stress if you're a caregiver for a loved one, including relaxation techniques, biofeedback, and guided imagery.
Is My Medical Condition Making Me Angry?
Anger is a natural, healthy emotion. But frequent outbursts can be harmful to your health. You could have some emotions you need to sort through, or there could be a medical reason.
Health & Balance: Exercise to Relieve Stress
Read more about exercise and stress.
8 Tips for Social Success
Social life stuck in a rut? Follow these tips to shake up your routine.
Get Organized for Good
A clean, organized home can do wonders for your stress levels. Follow these tips to clear the clutter.
Make Big Changes With Small Steps
If you’ve got big goals in mind, don’t jump in head first and burn out. The key to change is baby steps.
Stress Management - If You Need More Help
Stress can be overwhelming. If this is the case, you may want to seek outside help from a professional counselor or other health professional. This can help you find a number of approaches to reducing the symptoms of stress and help you decrease the stress in your life. Professional help is available for the following therapies or techniques:Cognitive - behavioral therapy teaches you to be aware o
Adjusting to a Chronic Illness - Topic Overview
You have just been diagnosed with an illness that will last your entire lifetime. You may have many different feelings,such as anger,resentment,or denial. These feelings are normal and expected because you are experiencing the loss of what your life was like before you were diagnosed with this disease. You can help yourself adjust by: Becoming aware of your loss. Although there are steps ...