The target market for a new South Loop boutique wellness clinic is people with demanding lifestyles too busy to take good care of themselves.
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The two women are now considering a lawsuit against the Trump Organization for workplace abuse and discrimination.
Scientific evidence shows emotions are contagious – either good or bad – said Dr. Judith Orloff, who is on the UCLA Psychiatric Clinical Faculty
Rage rooms offer a safe place for people to shatter away their anger – literally.
Only 20 percent of Americans get enough exercise, and the childhood obesity problem has prompted the push to aim younger to prevent poor health later.
“The first thing you need to start the day is not a cup of coffee, it’s a glass of water,” said Dr. Kendra Frazier.
It’s important to know the difference between someone who is self-absorbed — and someone with mental illness.
GoFundMe says campaigns for medical care are increasing and are among the most numerous on its site.
“Body based therapy is actually therapy on a cellular level,” said Erica Hornthal, a clinical professional counselor and dance/movement therapist.
Arrested weeks after 9/11 for charging into the cockpit of an airline amid a bipolar breakdown, Ted Coburn is now an advocate for the mentally ill.
When he’s not doing his day job, he’s fixing tractors or baling hay, and he often misses dinner.
Man’s best friend having health challenges? You may be able to take time off to deal with your four-legged family member.
Their new tools for managing screen time will let you see how often you picked up the phone after bedtime or how long you’re on Instagram at work.
Is your daily lunch tab busting your budget? Consider brown-bagging it.