Eight Foods for Your Liver

By Lisa Franchi on May 23, 2017

Your liver plays a valuable role in your body. It filters the blood to ensure that chemicals and other toxins are flushed out. It also works with other organs to promote proper digestion and make sure that your body receives the nutrients you get from food. When the liver does not function properly, numerous symptoms start to develop. Furthermore, toxins in [Read More…]

Scientists Explain Connection Between mental and Physical Health

By Rebecca Lewis on May 23, 2017

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, including the neuro [Read More…]

Just a 2-Week Holiday Increases Your Risk of Chronic Disease, Researchers Warn

By Sharon Moore on May 22, 2017

Many people work out regularly to stave off the health risks of sitting all day. But beware – all your health efforts can be spoiled by just two weeks of vacation. New research found that just two weeks of inactivity can increase a healthy person’s risk of chronic diseases and even premature death. The study, carried out by scientists from the U [Read More…]

Does Your Partner Suffer from Depression? Things You Should Know

By Amy Taylor on May 22, 2017

Depression is a major mental illness which affects many people. Unfortunately, not everyone who has this condition gets diagnosed and treated. Depression doesn’t only affect the person who has it. It also impacts their personal relationships, particularly those around them day by day.  Experts say that the symptoms of depression are not noticeabl [Read More…]

Three Hours of Walk Weekly Boosts Brain Function and Lowers Dementia Risk

By Lisa Franchi on May 19, 2017

New research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine found that three hours of moderate-intensity walking regimen per week may reduce symptoms of mild cognitive impairment, and could even stave off dementia.  Vascular cognitive impairment, or VCI, refers to mildly impaired thinking or more advanced dementia that’s due to the same kind [Read More…]

Tomato Fights Stomach Cancer, New Research Finds

By Rebecca Lewis on May 19, 2017

At the core of some of the most mouth-watering pasta dishes in the world are tomatoes. This popular Mediterranean fruit makes superb sauces too. But more than that, tomato is known for the antioxidant lycopene which has anticancer properties. But if you think that it’s all what tomato has to offer, think again. According to the latest research, tomat [Read More…]

How Overthinking Doesn’t Help You at All

By Sharon Moore on May 18, 2017

Do you fret about what will happen tomorrow or in the near future? Do you constantly ruminate about the mistakes and failures you had yesterday and in the past? Overthinking is something that most of us are accustomed to. Of course, everyone talks about a situation occasionally, getting yourself to overthink does not help… at all. And here are the rea [Read More…]

Unusually Helpful: Lifestyle Hacks that Boost Your Brain Power

By Amy Taylor on May 17, 2017

Your brain is one of the most important and delicate organs in your body. It’s more like the central processing unit (CPU) of a computer. It directs what the rest of your organs do. And your brain works 24 hours a day non-stop to serve its purpose. So, it is just necessary that you take good care of it and ensure that its needs are being met. You&rsqu [Read More…]

Great Reasons to Eat Greek Yogurt Everyday

By Lisa Franchi on May 17, 2017

Greek yogurt is becoming more popular than ever. Unlike its sweeter version, Greek yogurt undergoes an extra step wherein the excess water, lactose, and minerals are drained out, leaving less carbohydrates, less sugar, and more tart taste. It is very creamy, and goes perfectly well with some healthy add-ons like nuts, dried fruits, berries, and seeds. But h [Read More…]

How Good are We at Empathizing? Researchers Say Not So Much

By Rebecca Lewis on May 16, 2017

Being able to empathise is a powerful human tool. It surely strengthens our connection with others and deepens our understanding of them. Unfortunately, most of us are not good at it, according to new research. And too often, we just end up upsetting ourselves, while failing to help the person at hand. The study, by the University of Buffalo, in New York, s [Read More…]

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