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Body, Mind, and Well-Being Resources
Ohio drug and alcohol rehab center
What does it mean to be healthy? Ask varied respected and educated professionals and you may get an array of answers. Perhaps it's better to think of health as a set of disciplines that keep us mentally and physically in shape. Regardless of your definition of wellness, below you can find the best information dedicated to the body, mind, and state of well-being.

National Council For Againg Care
Aging.com
Seniors haven’t reached the end: they’ve reached a new beginning. And Aging.com was set up to help you start this new phase of your life on the right foot. Our mission is to help you and thousands of other older adults who want to live independently, plan your finances, and take charge of your health care.

The A-Z Guide to Addiction and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
This guide explains in depth how CBT is utilised to treat a range of addiction.

How to Get Your Child to Eat Vegetables without a Battle or Tricking Them
How to get your child to eat vegetables easily without the stress. Find 9 of the best strategies and get vegetable recipes to inspire you and your child!

Dealing with Dementia Behavior
A Place for Mom
Communication difficulties can be one of the most upsetting aspects of caring for someone with Alzheimer's or another type of dementia - and it's frustrating for those with the disease and for loved ones.

Autism Resource Center
Autism is a condition which is usually diagnosed before a child is three. Autistic children have delayed speech or no speech at all, problems interacting socially, limited interests and odd or repetitive behaviors.

Dealing with Dementia Behavior Problems
Mid-to-late stage dementia often presents challenging behavior problems. The anger, confusion, fear, paranoia and sadness that people with the disease are experiencing can result in aggressive and sometimes violent actions.

Learn more about which strategies are most effective in dementia behavior management.

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