Health Article List

Here you will find all of the California Coast University articles related to "Health."

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Is Impostor Syndrome Holding You Back?
Impostor syndrome is a psychological term referring to a pattern of behavior where people doubt their accomplishments and have a persistent, often internalized fear of being exposed as a fraud. Learn about the impact and how to combat it.
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Letter from the President - Coastline E-Newsletter March 2019
For our second 2019 issue, we have featured a selection of articles focused on the fundamentals to help you get on track with anything you are trying to accomplish. Hint: It starts with a good night's rest and ends with learning how to prioritize your life. We have also included a couple of future career-focused…
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How Much Sleep Do We Need? Explore the Benefits Of and How to Get A Good Night’s Rest
This article highlights the benefits and importance, as well as, the cause of sleep problems and what you can do to conquer common sleep issues.
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Letter from the President - Coastline E-Newsletter Jan. 2019
For our inaugural 2019 issue, we are featuring a variety of articles on goal setting, overcoming procrastination, how your mood affects your productivity, and how a certificate might help your professional future. In addition, we are welcoming new members to the CCU family and catching you up on some…
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How to Conquer Procrastination
People tend to beat themselves up for not getting to the things on their to-do list. They tell themselves they’re lazy or not up to the task. If this is you, stop now. Instead of criticizing yourself, consider instead why you procrastinate and what you can do to outsmart procrastination.
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Are you SAD? How to Deal With Seasonal Affective Disorder
When you see the first leaf of fall turning to orange and red do you cringe, or do you celebrate? For those who cringe, the seasons changing can mean depression, the blues, weight gain, mood imbalance. For those people may be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD.
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