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Strawberry Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

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Brian McGibbons – Chef de Cuisine Growing up surrounded by different culinary ethnicities and with a mother who was a great cook, Chef Brian was introduced to the culinary world at a very young age. In the early 90s, he began his culinary career by working in several trendy Colorado ski towns, which led him to attend… Read On »

Strawberry Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

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Brian McGibbons – Chef de Cuisine Growing up surrounded by different culinary ethnicities and with a mother who was a great cook, Chef Brian was introduced to the culinary world at a very young age. In the early 90s, he began his culinary career by working in several trendy Colorado ski towns, which led him to attend… Read On »

Survivors of Suicide Day: Addiction, Awareness and Recovery

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Considered one of the nation’s greatest health epidemics by many in the medical field, suicide is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, especially among young people. Suicide was the tenth leading cause of death overall in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 44,000 people. National Survivors of… Read On »

Practicing Gratitude, Re-wiring Your Brain

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We have countless opportunities for experiencing gratitude every minute of the day. The smell of morning coffee, the smile from a stranger at the grocery store, the light wind that brushes our face as we walk, or the kind laughter of a co-worker. I am not speaking of the mechanical gratitude that comes from our… Read On »

Practicing Gratitude, Re-wiring Your Brain

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Laura Martinez, Director of PsychoNeuroPlasticity We have countless opportunities for experiencing gratitude every minute of the day. The smell of morning coffee, the smile from a stranger at the grocery store, the light wind that brushes our face as we walk, or the kind laughter of a co-worker. I am not speaking of the mechanical… Read On »

Practicing Gratitude, Re-wiring Your Brain

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We have countless opportunities for experiencing gratitude every minute of the day. The smell of morning coffee, the smile from a stranger at the grocery store, the light wind that brushes our face as we walk, or the kind laughter of a co-worker. I am not speaking of the mechanical gratitude that comes from our… Read On »

Overdose Deaths Top 60,000 in 2016, Illegal Opioids on the Rise

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Deaths from drug overdose in the United States exceeded 60,000 in 2016, according to the Center for Disease Control’s most recent report. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) used information from death certificates and coroner reports, in addition to information from death scene investigations and results of toxicology testing. This is the first report to… Read On »

What Is Spiritual Care?

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Spiritual care is a coin with many sides. On one side, spiritual care is something that everyone can do. It is happening any time one human being is sharing the struggles of life with another. Spiritual care happens when a grieving widow is held by a friend; when a teacher helps a student learn to… Read On »

Facts about Mental Illness in the United States

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Mental and substance use disorders affect millions of adults in the United States. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and if left untreated, can be fatal. Thankfully, mental disorders are treatable and many do recover. Talking openly about mental and substance use disorders can help individuals recognize the signs of mental illness and encourage them to… Read On »

11 Proven Ways to Improve Your Mental Health

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Each year, millions of people experience the reality of living with a mental health condition. Mental illness can affect anyone either directly or indirectly. Despite mental illnesses’ prevalence and impact on our society, stigma and misunderstanding remain widespread.   1 in 5 Americans will have a mental health condition in a given year.   During… Read On »