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Meditation moment: Affirmation meditation

Health Educator, Skylar Griessel, is back and ready to help us start the new year on the right foot with a confidence-boosting meditation practice she’s based on “affirmation.” Curious what that means? Join her on Thursday, January 13 at 12pm EST, to discover how and why personal affirmation can be powerful and helpful to our overall health. #ThatsHumanCare

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Strategies to overcome depression

Are you struggling with depression? If so, you’re not alone. Learn about some of the warning signs, causes, and steps that may help you feel better.

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Cooped up and cooking: Greek tuna quinoa spinach salad

“Mind” if we tell you about another brain-boosting recipe from Chef Nino? Join the chef on Tuesday, January 11, at 3pm EST to see how to make a delicious Greek Tuna Quinoa Salad that’s not only packed with flavor, but also nutrients that have been shown to promote happier, healthier brains, according to the National Institute of Health. Plus, with grains like quinoa rounding out this recipe, there’s plenty in there to help promote heart and digestive health, too. Now that’s one super salad that’s good for the whole body. #ThatsHumanCare

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Craft corner: Gratitude jar

Many people use the New Year as an opportunity to write down resolutions, but for an interesting twist our in-house craft pro, Gina Delgado, has a project that helps us think of others, too. Join her on Thursday, January 6, at 12pm EST, to see how she creates a “Gratitude Jar” that’s filled to the brim with reminders of who and what she’s most grateful for. Create your own jar along with her and you’ll have something that you can revisit time and again. #ThatsHumanCare

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MIND diet: Foods to help fight dementia

Can what you eat help stave off memory loss and Alzheimer’s? Learn how a new diet may help you fight dementia with food.

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Cooped up and cooking: Chickpea, tomato, and kale soup

New year, new you, new…mind? That’s the theme this month as Chef Nino’s latest recipe–Chickpea, Tomato, and Kale Soup–includes ingredients that have been shown to help sharpen minds and lead to healthy brains according to Forbes. So be sure to join Chef Nino on Tuesday, January 4, at 3pm EST as he whips up a soup that won’t just kickstart your new year, but also your mind! #ThatsHumanCare

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Travel around the world at home: Iceland

Ever wanted to explore the icy cliffs and coasts of Iceland without freezing your tail off? Now’s your chance! Join Humana Health Educator, Deisi Gonzalez, for this month’s Travel Around the World at Home, as we enjoy a virtual trip to Iceland. We’ll learn about this fascinating country’s breathtaking landscape, Icelandic words and phrases, cuisine, the islands signature hot springs, and even trivia questions. It’s all in good fun, and will help expand your horizons without having to step out in the cold. #ThatsHumanCare

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Making a healthy change

Are you struggling with healthy eating, exercising, or reducing stress? Making a healthy change isn’t simple, but we are here to help with 7 simple steps for making a healthy change.

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Cooped up and cooking: Spinach and kale frittata

With the holiday season winding down, it’s time again to get a jumpstart on some healthier options for your diet. So join Chef Nino for “Cooped Up and Cooking” on Tuesday, December 28 at noon EST for another health-conscious recipe, Spinach and Kale Frittata. Every bite will be full of leafy greens, which are loaded with folate, iron, calcium and vitamins E and K, according to Harvard Health Publishing at Harvard Medical School. All are known to help keep your mind sharp so you can be ready for the New Year. #ThatsHumanCare

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Give your brain a boost

Looking for ways to improve your memory and reduce your risk of developing dementia? Join us to learn ways to engage your brain and help keep your mind sharp.

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