Considerations for Maintaining Stability in Bipolar-I Disorder

This article is sponsored by Otsuka America Pharmaceutical, Inc. and Lundbeck. In the United States, an estimated 4.8 million adults are or will be diagnosed with Bipolar I Disorder, otherwise known as BP-I, at some point in their life. BP-I is a serious, chronic mental illness that generally requires lifelong treatment and is characterized by …

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The 4 Life Skills Kids Learn from Kundalini Yoga Class

A growing number of children are practicing yoga. In 2012, 3.1% of American children were taking yoga classes, and that number more than doubled to 8.4% in 2018. With many schools and parents embracing at-home yoga classes to give kids a physical outlet during distance learning, it’s safe to assume that figure has grown substantially …

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When It’s More Than Just Your Parkinson’s

While Parkinson’s Disease (PD) is one of the most common neurodegenerative conditions second only to Alzheimer’s, one might assume that the disease is well understood. Many people recognize the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s, like tremors at rest, loss of balance and difficulty moving, but there is a lesser-known and often less talked about non-motor aspect …

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Rich Heritage and Unique Experiences Inspire Success for Three Asian-American Entrepreneurs

Three Asian-American entrepreneurs who have channeled their rich heritage and unique experiences into success are now using their voices, creativity and care to give back to their communities in inspiring ways. In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Target is lifting up the voices of the Asian community by spotlighting Andrew Lee, …

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As Americans venture out post-pandemic, they’re stepping into a digital savvy world

More than a year after the pandemic began, Americans are realizing that almost every facet of life has changed. Suddenly their linear, analog world with a digital dabble has become a full-blown digital whirlwind. And that’s especially true when it comes to how they handle money. The pandemic has fundamentally changed the way consumers shop …

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Are Lifestyle Changes Enough to Lower Your Cholesterol?

Pam and her husband always lived a very busy lifestyle, even in retirement. They spent their time boating, fishing and enjoying the company of their children and grandchildren. Pam couldn’t wait to watch her grandchildren grow up, go to college and become successful in life. She assumed that because she avoided unhealthy habits, she could …

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Connection and social support are crucial for those suffering from long COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives in more ways than we could have imagined, but one unexpected impact is the long-term symptoms some people are experiencing for weeks or months after recovering from the disease, a syndrome called long COVID. Researchers estimate 10% to 30%[1] of people who contract COVID-19 develop long COVID after …

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