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4 simple ways you can save the Earth

(BPT) – Every year in April, Earth Day encourages people around the world to think about how they can better support the environment. While this is a great reminder to live sustainably, the lessons surrounding Earth Day shouldn’t be limited to just one day. In fact, world leaders and A-list celebrities alike are raising awareness […]

How volunteers are making a difference for animal welfare

(BPT) – When you come home from work, he’s always there to greet you. When you need extra motivation to workout, he’s happy to join for a walk. When you’ve had a bad day, he can sense it and is quick to give you a loving nuzzle. Pets provide endless joy to their families, but […]

5 ways to improve the air quality in your home

(BPT) – Before you take that next breath, do you know what’s in the air in your home? Sure there’s oxygen and carbon dioxide – that much you know – but it’s the things you don’t know about that should concern you. A quick test of your indoor air quality can unearth the presence of […]

Know the signs: How to tell if someone needs inpatient drug treatment

(BPT) – It’s no secret that drug and alcohol abuse don’t pair well with a happy, productive and goal-oriented lifestyle. And even if it doesn’t escalate to an addiction, drug and alcohol use can still get in the way of one’s goals. When a loved one shows signs of substance abuse, how do you know […]

Veterans seek alternative treatments to post-traumatic stress

(BPT) – Most people can’t imagine being terrified by the sound of a fork falling and hitting the ground. They don’t understand how someone cannot sleep because the fear of recurring nightmares keeps them awake. They’ve never experienced anxiety that turns everyday tasks into impossible chores. But for thousands of American veterans, these are just […]

Expert advice for surviving severe weather

(BPT) – It’s out there — that next bout of severe weather is on its way. No matter where you live in the United States, the potential for severe weather always exists and sometimes it comes without much warning. “None of us really knows what the weather holds,” says LT. General Russel L. Honore, U.S. […]

Honoring the legacy of mentorship

(BPT) – Growing up in Florida, Whitney Stewart never thought at any point in her life she would climb a mountain. That changed when she was 13 and took a trip with her local Boys & Girls Club to Colorado. At first she thought the mountains were just there to look upon, but then one […]

What are you doing to find relief from chronic pain?

(BPT) – Every day in this country, millions of people suffer from chronic pain and are desperate to find relief. For many, the road to managing chronic pain can be complex and can include prescription medications, over-the-counter products, lifestyle modifications and physical therapy. But when those options have been exhausted and the pain continues, many […]

Is financial fear making it difficult for you to give?

(BPT) – What do you do to give back? Do you volunteer your time, your skills or your knowledge? Do you pride yourself on being a generous person? Generosity has always been seen as a positive virtue, and new research from Thrivent Financial shows Americans are placing more emphasis on being generous than ever before. […]

Is self-care a key to increasing workplace productivity?

(BPT) – Today’s employment marketplace is both complex and competitive. Workers have access to the benefits and job opportunities of a global economy, and to the modern technologies and resources that make workplace flexibility easier than ever before. In today’s workplace, there’s seemingly unlimited room for personal growth, mobility and productivity — but employees can’t […]

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