5 Ways to Stronger Mental Health

By Amy Taylor on October 20, 2014

As you train your body to get fitter and tougher, you also want to train your mind to make it more resilient. Having a tough mind is essential if you want to succeed in life. Here are 5 great ways to strengthen your mental health: Stop taking things personally. People aren’t always looking at you or talking about you. Just because others mistreat you [Read More…]

Women More Likely to Develop Anxiety and Depression after Heart Attack

By Sharon Moore on October 20, 2014

Women who have suffered from heart attack are more prone to depression and anxiety issues than men, according to a new study. The study investigated the impact of gender and cardiovascular disease risk factors on the risk of developing depression and anxiety after an MI. It was presented at the annual meeting of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association (A [Read More…]

7 Best Sources of Carbs for a Slimmer, Healthier Body

By Lisa Franchi on October 20, 2014

Carbs – this word makes many dieters raise their eyebrows. But contrary to its bad rap, carbohydrates are essential to our health. They serve as a ‘fuel’ that give our body and brain the energy to maintain their functions every single day. Yes, we can’t just live without carbohydrates. But it’s not enough that you consume carbo [Read More…]

Childhood Neglect Linked to ADHD

By Rebecca Lewis on October 17, 2014

Research from the University of Washington found that early childhood neglect is associated with changes in brain structure. The study, which appeared in the journal Biological Psychiatry, finds that children who spent their early years in these institutions have thinner brain tissue in some areas. The brain areas of reduced cortical mass correspo [Read More…]

Facts that Remind You Not to Take Life Too Seriously

By Lisa Franchi on October 17, 2014

Every day, we are faced with gazillions of stress (yes, it’s just an exaggeration but sometimes that’s how most people feel). From the moment we wake up until the time we go back to bed, we are vulnerable to a host of stressors – from that alarm clock we didn’t hear ringing to the hour-long traffic on our way to work, the missed coffe [Read More…]

7 ‘Sweet’ Facts about Stevia

By Amy Taylor on October 17, 2014

With the alarming health risks associated with sugar, more and more people are looking for natural, healthier ways to satisfy their sweet tooth. And among the most popular options is stevia. This very sweet plant has been the centre of scientific attention lately. Several studies suggest that it can be a great alternative for traditional, deadly table sugar. [Read More…]

Do You Have to Know Everything to be a Coach or Be Healthy to be a Good Therapist?

I’ve been working on a project where we have been coaching young people.   We have had limited training, only a couple of us are qualified coaches and one of the women asked, “Do I have to know everything to be able to coach my young person?”   I was amazed that such a clever woman was wondering this.  Then I reme [Read More…]

Scientists Provide Evidence that Parkinson May Actually Start in the Gut

By Lisa Franchi on October 16, 2014

In 2003, the German neuropathologist Heiko Braak presented a theory suggesting that the disease begins in the gut and spreads to the brain. The idea has since, despite vocal critics, gained a lot of ground. Researchers at Lund University in Sweden now present the first direct evidence that the disease can actually migrate from the gut to the brain. Research [Read More…]

Best Friends for Life: What Long-Term Friends Do Differently

By Rebecca Lewis on October 16, 2014

Friends don’t just make us happy. They can also make us healthy. Studies suggest that establishing positive relationships is one key towards physical and mental health. In one Australian study, it was found that good friends are even more likely to increase longevity than close family members. If you have a friend who has been with you all through the [Read More…]

Amazing Benefits of Onions

By Sharon Moore on October 16, 2014

Onions may not be your favourite vegetable but they are really worth adding to your diet. If you can’t eat them as they are, you can always incorporate onions in so many dishes, from sandwiches to soups, stir-fries, steaks, etc. So the next time you cry peeling those onions, just think about the following health benefits you could get. Lower Choleste [Read More…]

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