Gratitude increases our emotional well-being, improves our capacity to get along with others, decreases depression and increases our resilience after suffering emotional or physical harm. What’s not to like?
Author: Eric Nelson
The great health care reform countdown has begun, with nearly every American required to have some level of health insurance by the end of this year. That much we know for certain. What remains to be seen, however, is whether simply adding more people to the insurance pool will translate into better health for policyholders.
There’s a lot of focus on health care and health insurance in the news these days. But whether one ever sees a doctor or enters a hospital, there are things each of us can do, right now, to minimize our health problems.