Tag: Therapy

Dark Chocolate: The Perfect Snack for Stress Relief and Heart Health

By T. Jared Bunch, MD Recently when talking with my 7-year-old daughter, I asked her what was the best food she could eat for a snack. As the daughter of a cardiologist you may imagine that she would have been taught the enduring virtues of eating fruits and vegetables and how these are the best foods to use as snacks. She told me that my question was easy and replied, “the best snack is chocolate.” I asked her where she learned that and she told me her mother told her so. How can you really argue against that logic?...

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Anger Management: How to Keep Your Temper in Check

By Madeline Vann, MPH | Medically reviewed by Pat F. Bass III, MD, MPH Everyone gets mad, but it’s important to recognize when your anger has gotten out of control and it may be time to get professional help. It’s just a fact of life that sometimes you’re going to get angry. But if your anger is excessive, you may require anger therapy to help keep your emotions in check. How do you know whether your anger is over the top and if anger management might be helpful to you? “I would say that what is really important is...

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