by Elizabeth Rossbach The destruction of natural environments through deforestation and the continuous spread of pollutants has led to the disruption of ecosystems and a decline in safe drinking water, food and breathable air. Yet,
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by Elizabeth Rossbach Yoga is an ancient meditative practice that has become increasingly popular today as a form of stress-relieving exercise. It can be done in a relatively small space and requires little equipment. Most
by Diane Masiello Stress is a state of mind. Thus, the best tools to relieve stress are those which draw attention away from thoughts and activate one or more of the five senses. Exercise: All
by Grace Smithwick As Coronavirus continues to dominate headlines, 2020 has seen an unprecedented rise in people seeking mental health assistance. As feelings of isolation-induced anxiety and depression grow during lockdowns and physical distancing mandates,
by Logan Wood With COVID-19 rates spiking, Americans face another period of lockdown and seclusion from loved ones, jobs, school, etc. According to the CDC, this seclusion not only negatively affects mental health but also
by Mark M. Bello In the last ten months, most people have been doing everything possible to stay healthy—social distancing, wearing a mask and practicing proper hygiene. However, there is so much more that each
by Yvette C. Hammett Anxiety is more than just a feeling. It is a mental illness suffered by as many as one in five Americans. Issues such as anxiety and depression are exacerbated by ongoing
By Kara Hill In 2018 the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) reported that 14.4 million adults suffered from Alcohol Use Disorder. Alcohol abuse or excessive use is linked to a myriad of
by Michael Curcio Regenerative Agriculture (RA) is a form of agriculture that improves the soil year after year. This is in contrast with conventional industrial agriculture, which depletes the soil over time. The soil is
by Joshua M. Neuman On April 15, 1955, Ray Kroc opened his first McDonald's franchise in Des Plaines, Illinois. Kroc had purchased the chain from Richard and Maurice McDonald, who had opened their first McDonald's