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Strategies for staying mentally sharp include motivation, focus and memory, according to Harvard Mental Health Letter.
The Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals released research indicating that the number of massage therapist in the United States has grown by more than 16,000 during the past two years.
As one of the most recommended skills to help provide stress-relief and balance, a recent study maps the effect of meditation on the brain.
According to a recent study, self-esteem starts to decline after 60.
Sleep is more elusive than ever for clients throughout the United States.
Feeling uplifted urges people to go out and perform good acts themselves, research says.
By: Simone Baroke
What's good for the body can be good for the mind--and for the spa owner.
By: Sarah Kajonborrirak
Clients looking for soothing stress relief and holistic wellness are turning their attention to their feet.
A modern twist on traditional acupuncture may bring some pain relief to people with knee arthritis, at least in the short term, a small study suggests.
Researchers at Meharry Medical College have discovered that an extract of green tea could be used as a treatment for uterine fibroids, a disease that affects 40% of reproductive age women.