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Mental Health Moment: The Nature vs. Nurture Debate

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, the question of nature versus nurture has been debated.  So, which is it?  The best answer I ever heard from a professor was,

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Publisher’s Note: Keep Your Mind Healthy, Sharp, and Feeling Good

In this edition of Central Florida Health News, you’ll read about some of the conditions of the mind, as well as steps you can take to help prevent the onset

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PCMA Letter: The Many Layers of How Our Mental Health is Affected  

In this edition of Central Florida Health News, you’ll discover that there are many layers to how our mental health can be affected, either positively or negatively.  According to the

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Pop Quiz: How to Recognize Cyberbullying

Test Your Knowledge of this Modern Form of Bullying and What to Do About It Cyberbullying is a major problem in this day and age of 24/7 digital access, and

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Risky Business: When Behavior Can Be a Warning Sign

From Living a Sedentary Lifestyle to Compulsive Internet Use, Certain Conduct can be Indicative of a Deeper Mental Health Issue To many, being sedentary is a way of life.  Spending

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Hype or Help— Can Yoga Improve the Mind as Well as the Body?

A Look at the Benefits of an Exercise that is Said to Improve More than Just the Waistline Twice a week at the Lake Wales Public Library, certified yoga instructor

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Recognizing the Symptoms of PTSD

Taking the First Step in Helping Those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Millions of people in the nation are affected directly or indirectly by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but

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Can giving a compliment impact my confidence?

IF YOU NEED CONFIDENCE, one of the quickest ways to achieve it is to look for the good in others and compliment them. Sounds counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? How could that

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Growing young with grandchildren

How interaction with children can keep you sharp as you age “AN HOUR with your grandchildren can make you feel young again.” Grandparents like Susan Sartain, a marketing and communications

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Mental health moment: Meditation is medication

IT’S TRUE. Certain kinds of meditation may work better for you than others. If you’re anxious about the future, a guided imagery meditation — about visualizing what you want —