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How Flexible Work Schedules Can Make You #HealthiHer Feature
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How Flexible Work Schedules Can Make You #HealthiHer

HealthyWomen supports National Flex Day because research finds that employees who can set their own schedule or choose whether to work from home on some days report better self-care behaviors.

Burnout Could Raise Your Odds for A-fib
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Burnout Could Raise Your Odds for A-fib

Stress can have serious and damaging effects on the heart tissue, which could then eventually lead to the development of a-fib. Learn more.

Stress Symptoms You Should Never Ignore
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Stress Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Stress can present itself in many different ways. Become aware of common symptoms of stress and share any you experience with your health care provider. 


The Ultimate Guide to Surviving the Winter Blues
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The Ultimate Guide to Surviving the Winter Blues

As days get shorter and colder, you may feel tired, moody and depleted of energy. A little self-care can help you fight the winter blues.

Realistic Work-Life Balance Tips
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Realistic Work-Life Balance Tips

You can’t be everything to everyone, but you can be a successful working mother without compromising your sanity. Here are some tips worth trying.

Moving Into 2020 With Mindfulness
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Moving Into 2020 With Mindfulness

What's your goal for 2020? Will it be to allow more mindfulness and self-care?

Is Watching TV a Good Way to Manage Stress?
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Is Watching TV a Good Way to Manage Stress?

Your nightly TV surfing may actually have some health benefits. Learn more about tuning in to tune out stress.

Tough Mom Tips That Will Inspire You
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Tough Mom Tips That Will Inspire You

This mom of three kids shares her love of Tough Mudder races and how she became herself again after having children. 


Intend More, React Less
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Intend More, React Less

There is a moment of reflection between reactive thought and active engagement. This is the sweet spot where intention can intervene, if we allow it.

One of the Easiest Ways to Give Your Health a Big Boost
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One of the Easiest Ways to Give Your Health a Big Boost

It's natural to hold a grudge when someone has wronged you, but it's not healthy. Let go of the grudge and give your health a boost.

What Happens If Stress Is Left Untreated?
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What Happens If Stress Is Left Untreated?

The long term effects of stress can live on in the form of many different health conditions. Learn more about the physical impact of stress.

Simplifying Stress in Your Life
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Simplifying Stress in Your Life

A recent survey discovered that 40 percent of women experience stress constantly. Here's a closer look at what's stressing us out and how to manage it.

Taking Small Self-Care Steps to Heal My Mind, Body and Soul
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Taking Small Self-Care Steps to Heal My Mind, Body and Soul

Blogger Judy Freedman describes how she's slowing down to care for her mind, body and soul as she faces cancer and loss.

How to Make Preventive Care Work for You
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How to Make Preventive Care Work for You

To make sure you stay on top of your preventive care, here is some guidance on how to find a health care provider you love and how to make the time to see them.