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If after weeks of social distancing you find yourself bored or struggling for new ways to spend your solo time, here are some ideas for new ways to spend time.
Dr. David Knieriem explains why we eat when we're stressed and what we can do to calm our bodies and curb our stress eating.
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Taking a day off to reduce your stress levels may be just what the doctor ordered.
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