12 Things Women Want in Men

By Keighley Brown on March 24, 2023

What do women want in men? Seems like an easy question, but the answer isn’t so straightforward.  Whilst women may have varying preferences in a partner, studies have shown that generally, there are some qualities (physical and emotional) that women look for in a man. So for guys out there who want to improve the quality of their romantic relation [Read More…]

We are Kinder by Nature, Study Suggests

By Shane Bell on March 16, 2023

Are humans born selfish brutes? Or are we by nature kind and compassionate? In the latest research, scientists examined the empathetic impulses in the brain while temporarily disabling other regions and found that altruism in humans may be more hard-wired than previously thought.  ‘Potentially ground-breaking’  According to senior aut [Read More…]

Overcoming the Health Risks of Prolonged Sitting: Ideas for Desk Workers

By Keighley Brown on March 02, 2023

 Does your job entail a lot of sitting? The health risks of prolonged sitting have created a big buzz recently. And we’ve all heard the reports saying we shouldn’t be sitting all day while at work, as it increases our risk of developing health problems, such as heart disease, obesity and diabetes. Worse, prolonged sitting has been associated [Read More…]

Super Powers You Naturally Have (But You Often Forget)

By Shane Bell on February 24, 2023

 We all have the ability to overcome life’s challenges. Unfortunately, many people fail to get through theirs because of one reason: they have little faith in themselves. We often gain strength from other people, such as friends and family. And there’s nothing wrong with this. But sometimes, when we fail to get it from others, we feel frustr [Read More…]

7 Brain Damaging Habits Most of Us are Guilty Of

By Keighley Brown on February 16, 2023

 There’s a reason why our brain is on the top most part of our body. Basically, it is one of the most important and it plays plenty of major roles. So, just as you take good care of your heart, nervous system, and all of your body parts, you also want to take good care of your brain. But how do you ensure that your brain is in its best state? Apa [Read More…]

What Stress-Free People Do Differently

By Keighley Brown on February 02, 2023

 You can’t completely eliminate stress from your life. Stressors are everywhere. It could be your boss, the daily traffic jam, and those unending office works. Sometimes it is your partner, your parents, your pets, your kids, your best friend – and other people around you. But you might wonder – why is it that some people look and act [Read More…]

Dealing with Anxiety during Highly Stressful Situations

By Amy Taylor on January 26, 2023

We all have been through tough moments, like having to talk to strangers, facing a job interview, explaining to our boss, or going through sleepless nights to meet a deadline. Maybe you get anxious about going to social gatherings, speaking in front of others, or asking questions. Whatever it is that triggers your anxiety, there is an effective way to deal w [Read More…]

Exercise Helps Lower Your Risk of More than 20 Chronic Diseases

By Amy Taylor on January 19, 2023

 Yes, exercise is good for your waistline. But it does way beyond that. In fact, whatever you are suffering from, exercise can help you. That’s the latest findings from the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. For the study, researchers reviewed the effects of exercise therapy on 22 of the most common chronic diseases, including arthritis, [Read More…]

Scientists Explain Connection Between mental and Physical Health

By Rebecca Lewis on January 12, 2023

 Quick question – how do you feel in general? And why do you feel that way? In a new study published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, scientists have discovered the system in the brain where those basic feelings originate. Their findings can help solve mysteries regarding the tight connection between mental and physical health [Read More…]


By Shirley McLellan on January 05, 2023

Reiki is a natural therapeutic technique that originates from Japan in the early 1900s. Duringa Reiki session, a practitioner works to balance the energy that runs through and aroundyour body. Although you may not be able to see it – although some can – your body is alivewith a living energy force, and working with this energy force can bring ben [Read More…]

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