- Leo Bormans’ ‘World Book of Happiness’ - 12 Simple Things to Unlock Happiness -

By Monica Wilson republished on October 11, 2017

People have different perceptions about life. Some look at a glass of water half full while others look at it half empty. Many books have been written about happiness as there were many studies undertaken to somehow unlock the key to a happier life. But other than the philosophical views that are sometimes hard to understand, Leo Bormans compiled the findin [Read More…]

- Do People with Alzheimer Need an Imaginary Village? Or is a Cure About to Come? -

By Helen Holmes republished on October 11, 2017

They call it Dementiaville – a small village far from the modern world where people with Alzheimer’s disease and other mental illnesses will live like ordinary residents. They will live in 1950-styled houses. They are free to move around and mingle with their neighbours. The only thing they can’t do is go away from the village. Of course th [Read More…]

- Top 5 Vitamins Essential for a Healthy Brain -

By Alex VanDyke on October 10, 2017

If you keep forgetting things and have a history of memory lapses, then perhaps your brain needs more than your regular exercise and diet program. You need sufficient “oil” to allow your brain’s machinery to operate smoothly and effectively. You need vitamins for your brain health. Whether you are forgetting things because of old age, or y [Read More…]

- Edible Microchips to Track Patient’s Compliance with Prescribed Drugs -

By Amy Taylor republished on October 09, 2017

Imagine this: you would have to take an edible microchip which will stay inside your body to track what you eat and drink, and to make sure you take your medications on time. And if you don’t comply, your doctors and relatives will receive an update on their smartphones or computers. Sounds weird right? Well, this isn’t far from reality. Edible [Read More…]

- NHS: More Brits are Quitting Smoking -

By Sharon Moore republished on October 09, 2017

Many more people in the UK are realising the importance of quitting smoking. On the quarterly report published by the NHS this month, there were a total of 378,724 people in England who set a date to stop smoking in the 6 months to September last year. This data shows many people are becoming more concerned of their health. NHS Stop Smoking Servic [Read More…]

- Arthritis and Gout Relief from Cherry Consumption -

By Rebecca Lewis republished on October 05, 2017

This piece of news is not exactly news because it has been kept under wraps for a number of years now but the word is getting around anyway, cherries are great for your health and in particular gout and arthritis. It’s bad news for the pharmaceutical companies but it is great for everyone else, a natural, easy solution after suffering the pain for many [Read More…]

- Healthy Diet Can Improve Condition of Children with ADHD -

By Lisa Franchi republished on October 02, 2017

When drugs and other treatments fail, healthy diet can bring positive effects to children with ADHD. This is the recent findings on a US study which was recently published in the Journal of Paediatrics. What is ADHD? ADHD is a very common behavioural disorder that is estimated to affect one in every 20 children in the UK. This acronym stands for Attention [Read More…]

- How to Deal with the Alpha Types - Keeping Phase with Highly Competitive People -

By Monica Wilson republished on September 29, 2017

A little competition is healthy for one to do better at work or at school. It is a driving force that pushes a person to prepare and persevere always. But sometimes, too much competition marks the start of animosity among individuals within the same organisation. Who are the Alphas? There are people who always want to be on top of the list as much as there [Read More…]

- 500,000 Children in Britain are Unhappy, Study Claims -

By Sharon Moore republished on September 28, 2017

On a report published by Children’s Society, a charity organization in UK, researchers revealed that half a million children are unhappy in today’s modern setup. The report entitled Good Childhood 2012 found that 9% of children in Britain ages 8 to 15 experience unhappiness during their childhood and that this lack of happiness triples [Read More…]

- Losing Weight is Simple As Long As You Do This Writing Exercise -

By Amy Taylor republished on September 28, 2017

We all know that physical exercises and all forms of workout can help us lose weight. But another interesting form of exercise is also said to contribute in fat burning. And this exercise is pretty simple. What’s more impressing is that you’re not going to sweat even a little. You just need to write and that’s it! Writing as a Form of Exer [Read More…]

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