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Marking Milestones: How Millennial Parents’ Resources Can and Cannot Change the Speed of Development

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ Congratulations! You’re going to have a baby. Now what? As you know, the world is a very different place than when our parents got the good news. As millennials, we face the battle of constant connectivity to everyone, including our employers. And across the socioeconomic spectrum there are more households

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Keeping Calm and Carrying On: How Meditation Can Help Millennials Navigate A Stressful World

By: Alex Edelson Do you often wake up and immediately start thinking about your doubts, fears, worries, and embarrassments? How about your 9am meeting, a fight with your friend or a parent? And, oh yeah, how about that you’re definitely going to be late for that meeting? We all find ourselves following thoughts and feelings

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‘Back’ in the Game: How Chiropractic Care Can Help Millennials Be at Their Best

By: Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ When Janelle Buday started cosmetology school, she never would have thought that coloring, cutting, and styling clients’ hair would affect her lower back. Like most millennials, Buday’s focus was on everything else but her own aches and pains. Plus, the more she got into the beauty industry, the more she

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Spotlight on IBS and GI Health: The Last Thing Millennials Want to Talk About

By Melissa Schenkman, MPH, MSJ It’s a subject you just don’t want to talk about. Anything related to our gastrointestinal tract (GI), the part of your body that digests food, absorbs nutrients, and expels waste, (to put it kindly), seems to be something best kept behind closed doors. But you can’t escape the headlines highlighting

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