Erica Sweeney, Men's Health Mag

Erica Sweeney

Men's Health Mag

Little Rock, AR, United States

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Recent:
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Next City
Past:
  • Parade Magazine
  • SELF Magazine
  • Vox
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Washington Post
  • realtor.com
  • HuffPost
  • The Muse
  • Huffington Post UK
  • HuffPost Canada
  • and more…

Recent articles by Erica:

Major Factors That Cause Low Testosterone, According to Doctors

Health conditions and lifestyle habits can affect the production of this hormone that's essential for red blood cell production, sex drive, and muscle building. → Read More

These Entrepreneurs Get the Whole Community Involved in Funding Their Small Businesses

Kiva brings together CDFIs, crowdfunding and more to help small businesses get the financing they need. → Read More

Signs of Black and White Thinking: Causes, Symptoms, Effects

Dichotomous black and white thinking can affect your relationships, success, and quality of life, according to therapists. Here's how to stop for good. → Read More

The Best Vitamins for Your Immune System, According to Experts

But, getting certain nutrients in your diet is just one part of the equation. → Read More

Experiment Shows How Working Out Helped Gamers Improve

A new documentary shows the impact exercise has on cognitive abilities and anxiety levels. → Read More

Signs of a Freeze Stress Response, According to Therapists

The reaction is at the opposite end of the spectrum as fight or flight. → Read More

Heart Attacks and Panic Attacks—How to Tell the Difference

The conditions share many of the same symptoms, but also some differences. → Read More

How an Elimination Diet Can Improve Your Stomach Issues

It can help you uncover which foods are causing you discomfort. → Read More

Lululemon Has a Lot of Great Leggings Options—We Saved You Some Research and Found the 15 Best Pairs

Leggings can make or break your workout. We'll help you find your next pair. → Read More

What Is Commotio Cordis? What Happened to NFL Player Damar Hamlin

Experts believe NFL player Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac episode known as commotio cordis. Here's what to know about the rare condition and what causes it. → Read More

6 Machiavellian Personality Traits

People with Machiavellian personalities may be charming and complimentary at first, but display a different side after you get to know them. Here are the signs. → Read More

Calif. State Budget Goes All in On CDFIs

Q&A: How $50 million in the state budget will bolster CDFIs and their communities. → Read More

Signs You're Practicing 'Toxic Forgiveness' When You're Wronged

Therapists explain how the practice affects your mental health and how to truly forgive someone. → Read More

Signs You’re Stuck in a Scarcity Mindset, According to Therapists

Use these tips from therapists to shift your thinking and become more accepting. → Read More

Extreme Health Anxiety Could Be Somatic Symptom Disorder

Everyone worries about having pain or other symptoms, but when it becomes an obsession that impairs your daily life, it's time to seek mental health treatment. → Read More

How Volume Eating Helps You Lose Weight, According to Dieticians

Eating more of certain kinds of foods helps you fill up and feel satisfied, so you're not tempted to overindulge. Here's what experts say about volume eating. → Read More

There’s Nothing Quite as Gross as a Blood Stain on Your Clothes, so Here’s Exactly How To Get It Out

Everything you need to know about how to get blood out of your clothes, including all the equipment and products you need to remove the stains. → Read More

The Big Difference Between Schizophrenia and Schizotypal Personality Disorder

Knowing what's what—and how it affects relationships—can save you a lot of trouble. → Read More

Why People With Schizoid Personality Disorder Avoid Relationships

People with the disorder avoid social interaction, prefer to be alone, and rarely show emotion, but the condition differs from social anxiety, say experts. → Read More

8 Signs You Should Talk to a Doctor About Your Urinary Incontinence

No, you shouldn’t be waking up every night to go to the bathroom. → Read More