Want to Start Your Day Right? Follow these 5 Simple Steps

By Sharon Moore on July 17, 2014

Every day is a brand new day. Regardless of what you are going through, waking up each day is like entertaining a new streak of hope – a chance to be happy, to forget past hurts, and to pursue your goals. Every day is an opportunity to grow, become better than what you are yesterday, and most of all – make things right. But it’s not ever [Read More…]

8 Easy Ways to Be Creative at Work

By Sharon Moore on July 15, 2014

Challenges are common in any type of workplace. And one of the toughest challenges we can face is being called upon to come up with new ideas under the most difficult circumstances. Maybe your boss asked you to come up with a new plan to increase the company’s sales target, or you were assigned to a different department. Or maybe you’ve received [Read More…]

One in Three Cases of Alzheimer’s Preventable, Researchers Say

By Amy Taylor on July 15, 2014

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia, affecting almost 500,000 people in the UK. The exact cause of Alzheimer’s disease is unknown, although a number of things are thought to increase one’s risk of developing the disease. But according to University of Cambridge researchers, a third of Alzheimer’s disease cases [Read More…]

8 Super Things Blueberries Can Do for Your Health

By Rebecca Lewis on July 15, 2014

They say the darker the fruit’s colour, the healthier it is. It’s true, especially when it comes to berries. You probably know for quite a while now that blueberries are home of so many antioxidants while being low in calories. But there are more good things to say about these super delicious gems. Here are 8 super health benefits of eating bl [Read More…]

5 Ways Mindfulness Heals & Repairs Your Body

By Lisa Franchi on July 14, 2014

When we think of mindfulness or meditation, the words conjure images of a quiet, private time of tranquillity and peace. But how exactly, does mindfulness helps your body heal from a host of chronic illnesses? Mindfulness meditation has received great buzz for the past few years. Due to the insurmountable scientific evidence that it works, it has been in [Read More…]

Depression, Stress and Hostility Increase Stroke Risk, Study Finds

By Rebecca Lewis on July 14, 2014

Middle-aged and older adults who suffer from high levels of stress, hostility, or depression are at greater risk for stroke or transient ischemic attack or a stroke caused by a temporary blockage of blood flow to the brain. In the new study, researchers investigated data included more than 6,700 adults, ages 45-84, of which 53 per cent are women. Partici [Read More…]

Top 5 Diet Tips to Slash Your Risk of Cervical Cancer

By Amy Taylor on July 14, 2014

Getting human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine is a great way to reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer, and is widely encouraged by health experts worldwide. But did you know there are also dietary means of preventing cervical cancer? Not only could these natural measures reduce your risk of developing such disease, they may also aid in the treatment w [Read More…]

THESE Are What Friends Are For

By Amy Taylor on July 11, 2014

What would life be without friends? They say “no man is an island”. That’s very true. We can’t live without having social companions, as we can’t live without food, shelter or water. Sure we can survive days and weeks without having someone beside us, but life would be one, long melancholic journey that we would rather choos [Read More…]

6 Powerful Herbs for Heart Health

By Lisa Franchi on July 11, 2014

Our heart plays a major role in our health, as it pumps blood that carries oxygen and essential nutrients throughout our body. It is therefore important that we take very good care of it. How? In addition to eliminating unhealthy habits like smoking and drinking alcohol excessively, we can protect our heart through proper diet and regular exercise, plus the [Read More…]

Interrupted Sleep As Dangerous as Lack of Sleep, Study Finds

By Rebecca Lewis on July 11, 2014

Numerous studies highlight the importance of sleep, and experts suggest we don’t just make sure we are not sleeping less, but are not having interrupted sleep as well. In a new study published in the journal Sleep Medicine, researchers explained why interrupted sleep can be as physically detrimental as no sleep at all. In the study, a team of research [Read More…]

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