Character Training Improves Life Satisfaction and Happiness

By Sharon Moore on September 17, 2018

Character strengths refer to the traits which are known to be morally positive. Past studies have linked practising character strengths to life satisfaction. But it was not until recently that such claim was proven. In a large-scale study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, scientists for the first time proved that training character strengths imp [Read More…]

8 Powerful Foods for Flat Abs and Healthy Stomach

By Helen Holmes on September 14, 2018

 Exercising and taking bodybuilding supplements aren’t the only proven methods to develop beautiful and sexy abs. There are foods that you can incorporate in your daily diet not just to keep your tummy flat but healthy as well.      1.       Avocado for healthy fats Research has shown that avoc [Read More…]

Unhealthy Lifestyle Choices May Have Little Effect on Sperm Count

By Amy Taylor on September 10, 2018

 Males who are having fertility issues are usually advised by their GPs to reduce alcohol consumption, avoid tobacco and recreational drug use, and maintain their weight. But according to a new research, these things have little to do with infertility, particularly when it comes to low sperm count. A group of researchers from the University of Manche [Read More…]

Top 10 Ways Couples Can Resolve Money, Power And Control Issues in Marriage

By Lauren Nicholson on September 07, 2018

 UK divorce rates are on the rise, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which indicate a 4.9% increase in yearly average, translating to 11 divorcing people for every thousand of the married population. The ONS Annual Matrimonial Survey by Grant Thornton further revealed that problems over finances were cited as [Read More…]

Telephone Therapy vs. In-Person Therapy

By Monica Wilson on September 05, 2018

 Psychotherapy is one of the most common and effective treatments provided to those who are suffering from depression and other mental disorders. The term generally refers to a therapeutic interaction between a trained professional and the client. Aside from meeting face to face, some patients prefer to seek treatment over the telephone. But is this met [Read More…]

New Study: Fatherly Love is a Critical Factor to a Child’s Personality Development

By Rebecca Lewis on August 31, 2018

 Father’s Day had already passed months ago, but let’s not forget our overwhelming gratitude for our dads. In a half-century study involving over 10,000 people from around the world, researchers from the University of Connecticut found that a fatherly love contributes as much, and sometimes more, to a child’s personality and develop [Read More…]

Sharing a Bed With Your Partner Strengthens Your Health and Relationship

By Lisa Franchi on August 28, 2018

 Research has once proven that married couples are more likely to live healthier, happier, and longer than their unmarried counterparts. But aside from companionship, having children, and growing a family, a group of researchers found another reason for this. According to them, it could be because of sleeping together. Why sleep together? Having som [Read More…]

Regular Jogging Can Add 6 More Years to Your Life, New Study Reveals

By Sharon Moore on August 23, 2018

 There are so many forms of physical exercise that are known to help tone muscles and reduce weight. How about a workout routine that can prolong your life? In a new study, researchers found a simple form of exercise which can help you enjoy your life for 6 more years! In the Copenhagen City Heart Study involving 20,000 men and women ages 20 to [Read More…]

New Study: Mindfulness-Based Therapies Helps Reduce Anxiety and Depression in Cancer Patients

By Helen Holmes on August 21, 2018

Anxiety and depression are two common conditions experienced by people diagnosed with any type of cancer. When being diagnosed with cancer, people will start thinking about their family, future, and about dying. These things make them feel extremely depressed. The good news is that there’s a way to help reduce anxiety and depression among cancer patien [Read More…]

Should Alcohol Advertisements Be Banned?

By Amy Taylor on August 15, 2018

The call for banning alcohol advertisements has reached the Parliament. In the annual conference held by the British Medical Association (BMA), more than 30 leading medical bodies and charities made a resolution that will add more pressure in the government’s plan to reduce the rate of binge-drinking in the country. After the proposal to set a minimum [Read More…]



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