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Humanistic psychology is a perspective that emphasizes looking at the whole person, and the uniqueness of each individual. Humanistic psychology begins with the existential assumptions that people have free will and are motivated to achieve their potential and self-actualize.

In the age of genomics an accurate family history highlights diseases and conditions for which a particular person may be a increased risk. A person who learns that he or she may be vulnerable for a certain condition may seek early screening and periodic surveillance.

What a Christmas! On my dead-end street, where people come to retire, all my neighbors had Covid, which was scary for all of us. I don’t care what you say, some had vaccinations and others didn’t and all I know is that everyone on the street got sick.

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The endocrine system produces hormones responsible for the signaling that coordinates and controls functions of our body’s organs and processes. Endocrine diseases fall into broad categories of hormone overproduction or underproduction, altered tissue response to hormones, or tumors arising from endocrine tissue.

When it comes to workouts, experts say dance may be the best exercise out there. Here are some most notable benefits of dancing:

Did you know that having healthy relationships can improve overall health and help prevent illness- even chronic illness? It is called social wellness or social well-being. In this era of non-face-to-face digital social networking, people are becoming more isolated than ever. The health risks of isolation have been proven to be comparable to those of smoking cigarettes, high blood pressure and obesity.

Looking for meaning in everything is often a defense mechanism against the fear of uncertainty. It’s human nature to dislike uncertainty. From which color shoes to buy, to committing to a spouse in marriage, there will almost always be some uncertainty in our decisions, and along with it, some anxiety.