While you might be familiar with talk therapy, otherwise known as cognitive behavioral therapy, there is another form of therapy that’s focused on healing from past wounds caused by trauma. Pete Davidson was actually just in the spotlight for his experience with trauma therapy, per People, bringing renewed attention to a lesser-understood method of healing.
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In Fariha Róisín’s new book, “Who Is Wellness For?,” the multidisciplinary artist examines all the ways in which “wellness” is appropriated while describing her own relationship to the health industry and how she found her road to healing. The below excerpt includes two sections from the chapter “Introduction to Radical Self-Care,” where Róisín describes learning
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The CDC has overhauled its COVID safety recommendations, drastically cutting back on restrictions nearly two and a half years after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the official start of the pandemic. In the new guidelines released Thursday, the agency made changes to recommendations on social distancing, quarantining, and testing. Importantly, the CDC continues to
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TW: This article contains mention of suicide. Please proceed thoughtfully. Today marks the eighth anniversary of Robin Williams’s death. The legendary comedian and actor committed suicide in 2014 at age 63. Williams suffered from depression and was misdiagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, which played a role in the “frustration” and discomfort Williams experienced in life, according
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For fitness athletes, shoulder injuries tend to be the most common injury seen so paying special attention to your training schedule and overall shoulder volume should always be considered. For the shoulders, a little rotator cuff isolation work can be a great addition to your regular training to strengthen them and reduce your likelihood of
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Image Source: Kimbritive Kimberly Huggins and Brittany Brathwaite threw their first safer-sex party in 2011. At the time, they were both members of Sex S.Y.M.B.A.LS, a student-led sexual health organization at Syracuse University. They’d reserved a small, intimate space on campus, expecting no more than two dozen people to attend. After all, the event was
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