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You may be surprised to learn that middle age Americans are smoking more pot than their teenage children. And while the media report that pot is no big deal, about 9 percent of adults who use cannabis, go on to […]

Have you wondered how technology is affecting the current generation? Should you be concerned about all the screens your teen seems to be on perpetually? For the past 25 years, a  researcher (Jean Twenge, a professor at San Diego State […]

A friend of mine just bought a new house with a pool. She has always wanted a backyard pool and is so happy she now has one, but said to me, “This body doesn’t go out in public in a […]

Sadie Robertson, Duck Dynasty reality TV star and runner up on Dancing With The Stars, blogged recently about the break up with her boyfriend.  She described her relationship as passionate, but wanted  to send a message about true love.  Just because a relationship […]

We often hear that there are problems associated with being too connected to our technology. Everything from becoming more narcissistic from social media, phones causing sleep problems and less empathy due to our obsession with screens is thought to be related to too […]

One of the primary reasons people see a doctor is because of stress. Stress is not only considered a work hazard ,but it is linked to the six leading causes of death–heart disease, cancer, lung ailments, accidents, suicide, etc. When […]

“Look Rachel, I married you, not your family. Stop acting like your mom.” Scott and Rachel were having a fight. Scott was angry. Down deep, Scott knew better than to say what he did. When he married Rachel, he knew there […]

We all want healthy and meaningful relationships in our lives. Having a great relationship not only makes you feel better emotionally, but it also affects your health. So what does research on close relationships tell us when it comes to […]

If you knew there were lifestyle changes you could make to prevent dementia, would you make those changes? Most of us would want to know what those lifestyle factors are. After all, dementia is not a given when it comes to […]

We hear so much hate expressed and acted out in our culture. Hate against the police, against those who are different, against groups, individuals. When O.J. Simpson was paroled, I heard news commentators say they hated him. When I search for […]