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A 20-Something’s Guide to Preventing Anxiety Attacks

By Sophie Letts

The first years after college are tough. From trying to establish your career to keeping up with friends and dating, there’s a lot going on. On top of it all, there’s a global pandemic to grapple with these days! Needless to say, it’s understandable if you’re feeling anxious. However, you don’t want that anxiety to […]

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How to talk to your teens about suicide prevention

By Brittany Farrar

September is recognized as Suicide Prevention and Awareness Month when we in the mental health profession bring attention to depression and dark thoughts, which can help assuage suicidal ideation. Raquel Shultz, LPC-MHSP AS, program director of specialized crisis services for Youth Villages, offers tips on how to look for signs that your teen may be […]

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Your devices are wrecking your posture

By Stefan Zavalin

Our screen time usage seems to increase every year—in fact, since the pandemic we’re nothing short of “reliant” on screens. We often own multiple computers and it bewilders us when a TV is absent in a house or if someone doesn’t own a smartphone. In short, screens are everywhere and we’re constantly looking at them. […]

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New composting program for Nashville

By Editor

USCC members from the State of Tennessee have affiliated with the US Composting Council as an official state chapter to promote the compost manufacturing industry under the umbrella of the USCC, it was announced today. The Tennessee Composting Council (TNCC) has been organized by a group of USCC members working in both the private and […]

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Stealth Pack launches in Nashville

By Ryan Prinzing

A brand new hydration pack brand aimed to smooth out the way you move with your fluids was created out of an apartment in Nashville, TN. Traditionally speaking, moving around with hydration packs feels uncomfortable and awkward. Most packs on the market either slap, bounce, or rub around during exercise – especially on trails, hills, […]

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Doing more at work is not helping

By Stefan Zavalin

While many of us can definitely remember the times of cubicles, the modern American office is changing. Many of us know the stereotype of the new hip startup with open floor plans, ping-pong tables, and soda fountains or ice cream machines. While these new additions to our workspaces can definitely improve the quality and experience […]

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Four ways to help your kids prepare for school, mid-pandemic

By Brittany Farrar

The last few weeks are starting to feel like a repeat of 2020 with COVID-19 cases on the rise yet again as our kids return to school. You and your child are likely anxious about what the return to the classroom will look like this fall. Here are four tips on how to talk to […]

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Functional Medicine: Why it Must Be Part of the Covid-19 Solution

By Dr. Ben Galyardt

August is National Wellness Month, and as we’re turning the corner on the Covid-19 crisis, having a wellness mindset is more important than ever. The Covid-19 pandemic did many things, one of which was to highlight the importance of overall good health—and how most Americans are simply missing the mark. The Centers for Disease Control […]

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Country fusion: A new fitness studio for Nashville

By Elizabeth Mooney

Elizabeth Mooney is the Founder of Music City’s first line-dancing workout, Country Fusion Since the age of two, I’ve been a dancer and grew up visiting a dude ranch in upstate New York every year with my family. Throughout my life, I’ve had the privilege of being a professional dancer and choreographer and an Off-Broadway […]

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Your posture, your health, and what can you do?

By Stefan Zavalin

We know sitting too much isn’t good for us. But, how bad is it really? Many articles report the dangers of prolonged sitting and urge you to get outside and work out. But, why? What does sitting actually do to our bodies? Isn’t it natural for us to sit? The short answer: no. While chairs […]

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Five reasons to add CBD into your wellness routine

By Chad Frey

With more holistic products readily available, CBD is creating a buzz in the wellness industry. CBD stands for “cannabidiol,” a chemical found in cannabis (marijuana and hemp), and the difference between marijuana and hemp is that while both contain CBD, hemp contains low amounts of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) (the stuff that gets you high) Cannabidiol (CBD) […]

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Living with Non Specific Interstitial Pneumonia (NSIP)

By Erica Honeycutt

What is wrong with me?! Why do I have to keep catching my breath with every step I take?! Why can’t I breathe?! Why do I feel like I am suffocating from within? How did I go from being a perfectly healthy 26 year old with having zero health problems to being oxygen dependent with […]

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