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No more excuses. Here's how to meditate and get past the myths.

Check out "How to Avoid Common Study Distractions" and start practicing the art of concentration before finals are here!

It's all about self-care!

It's all about self-care!

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Don't strive to be someone else. You're wonderful the way you are, and there's only one person like you.

Don't strive to be someone else.

Make changes today even if they're small. Don't put them off.

Make changes today even if they're small.

Mosquito information to know and pass on. Help prevent the spread of diseases like Zika.

Watch this video to learn the basic facts about mosquitoes and the illnesses they carry.

The inspirational story of a hearing impaired phlebotomist: http://bit.ly/2a0IZA5  "Don't let anything stop you," he said. "You can't show yourself as a person to pity. You can do whatever you want. You have to earn what you want and work to get where you want to be."

Ty Allen was born deaf. While being deaf is an integral part of who he is and how he interacts with the hearing world, he doesn’t let it define him.

Great quote. Life has setbacks and plenty of high points. Your attitude makes all the difference.

Life has setbacks and plenty of high points. Your attitude makes all the difference.

Peak performance is an ongoing process of always becoming smarter, stronger, faster and more resilient. Compete against yourself to be a better version each day.

Peak performance is an ongoing process of always becoming smarter, stronger, faster and more resilient. Compete against yourself to be a better version each day.

32% of Americans lose sleep at least 1 night per week. Power down about an hour prior to bedtime. Electronics? Try to turn them off 30-60 minutes before bedtime and try a blue-light filtering app or screen. Blue light? Not good for your brain – eliminate it or cover it up in your room - it will keep your brain alert for hours after exposure.

32% of Americans lose sleep at least 1 night per week. Power down about an hour prior to bedtime. Electronics? Try to turn them off 30-60 minutes before bedtime and try a blue-light filtering app or screen. Blue light? Not good for your brain – eliminate it or cover it up in your room - it will keep your brain alert for hours after exposure.