“We joined this coalition because it aligned with our belief that students should be hungry to learn, not hungry,” said Lea of the Food for Thought Initiative. “Research unequivocally demonstrates hunger impairs health, learning, behavior, and the ability to attend and focus.”
Photo by Kelvin Valerio from Pexels Why I Meditate Dr. Michael Sweetnam, PhD … And Why You Should, Too. I believe that meditation is an important element of health, along with good sleep and regular exercise. These are all things that you can do to improve your sense of wellbeing. There is a large body […]
There is no situation which in and of itself brings about depression. Troublesome and burdensome situations are indeed common and widespread in our lives; however, the sadness generated by them is not to be confused with depression.