Mental health experts say SAD can happen at any age, and now the pandemic could be exacerbating issues for people, even if they have never had symptoms before.
“My main takeaway from the ways I’ve dealt with the insane emotions that we as a society have experienced this past year, has been to not feel guilty about the way you process these emotions. Grief ebbs and flows: for a loved one, for the way things were, for your life pre-pandemic. It’s not a groundbreaking statement but it’s true.”
Whether you’re a beginner just starting to workout or an advanced athlete, there are plenty of options to get in different types of cardio at home or close by.
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Every year, people from all over Western New York attend Summer Splash on the Buffalo waterfront. Attendees get dressed up in their favorite fashions, all […]
You’ve probably heard the buzz about millennials being obsessed with their dogs. They’re moving out of apartments and buying homes just so their dogs can […]