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Working through grief and loss

The withdrawal that many people experience as a consequence of loss takes the form of grief and mourning. It is perfectly normal to experience grief when we lose someone close to us, and there is no one correct way to grieve.

Sexual enlightenment through the art of Tantra

The topic of sexuality makes many uncomfortable because of the pressures, rules and “norms” embedded into society and our diverse cultures. Sexual enlightenment, however, is not so much about achieving an orgasm as it is about healing and living consciously by connecting to something bigger than yourself.

Commentary: Exercise has great benefits

Every day we get up, stretch, and then flop back down on our beds, groaning as we fumble for the snooze alarm. We work too hard. We eat poor foods. We smoke. We drink. And we never get enough fresh air, sunshine and exercise.

SDNN expert picks: Super Bowl XLIV

It's Manning vs. Brees. Old power vs. new upstart. Head vs. heart. Who does the SDNN sports staff like on Sunday? Click to find out.

Health-care providers discriminate, survey shows

The LGBT community along with HIV-positive and AIDS patients are being discriminated against frequently by health care providers, a Lambda Legal national survey finds.

Eight great healthy Super Bowl foods

For the health-conscious, typical Super Bowl foods can seem like an enemy - but it doesn't have to be that way. You can enjoy the game, eat great food and still feel good about yourself Monday morning.

Make the least questionable move first

Years ago I was a tournament chess player. I would study books on every part of the game, and I have found that many of the principles I learned in chess are applicable to everyday life. Today, I’m going to discuss one principle … one that I feel is directly applicable to finding the most efficient path to weight loss.