10 Ways to Use Laughter and Humour for Healing

By Lauren Nicholson on January 23, 2019

 Research demonstrates that laughing and using humour can help you manage pain, decrease stress, improve the immune system and advance the healing process. Laughing is, in fact, the most fun way to de-stress and to combat physical and mental illness. But with adults in the UK laughing only an average of 15 times a day, and three times less these days th [Read More…]

Managing and Improving the Brain as Your Most Important Asset - Simple Tips from a Neuroscience Expert

By Sharon Moore on January 21, 2019

 The human brain is among the most exhausted topics of scientific studies but it remains to be the hardest to explain. Research has shown us that the brain is a ‘use it or lose it’ organ. The more you use it, the more it becomes more functional. Ignore it, and it depletes. There are factors however, that negatively affect cognitive function. [Read More…]

Will Independent Abortion Counselling Help Women Make an Informed Decision?

By Amy Taylor on January 11, 2019

 Last year, 189,931 terminations were carried out on women in Wales and England. During their annual conference, members of the British Medical Association voted in favour of providing impartial advice to those who are looking to undergo abortion. With this, they hope to cut the abortion rate by up to third. Currently, women are given advice only by [Read More…]

Coloured Tapes for Athletes: What are they for?

By Rebecca Lewis on January 09, 2019

 If you’re an avid fan of sports, you must have noticed many athletes with stick-tapes on their body. Some place it on their back, like Mario Balotelli, an Italian striker in the Euro 2012 Championship. Some have it on their elbows, like the Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon. But what are those tapes for? Are they simply [Read More…]

New Research Reveals Some Surprising Facts about Healthy Eating

By Lisa Franchi on January 07, 2019

 Ask Google of what the best and healthiest foods are and you’ll get millions of different results. Much has been written and said about healthy eating that many people become a bit confused on which advice to follow. But a new report has looked into the scientific research about healthy eating and found some surprising answers. Consumers are a [Read More…]

What’s the Good Thing about Growing Old?

By Sharon Moore on January 04, 2019

 Growing old is a basic life process that happens to every one of us. Aging means a lot of negative things for many people. It can mean failing eyesight, developing wrinkles, forgetting things, and so on. But despite these, experts suggest that there’s something really amazing about growing old. What do lab tests say about aging? Many studies [Read More…]

Positive Action: 10 Ways to Transform Your Behaviour to Something Positive

By Helen Holmes on December 19, 2018

 Studies show that instead of positive thinking, positive action brings more health benefits. But how do you make a change for the better? Below are some tips to help you easily transform how you think and how you behave. To be happy, SMILE In the study by James Laird of the Clark University, it was demonstrated how smiling can change how you feel a [Read More…]

The 10 Secrets of a Long Lasting Relationship

By Rebecca Lewis on December 10, 2018

 The concept of love has been a subject of numerous research but until now, is among those that are least understood. Many has been written about love and hundreds of researches, whether large or small, have tried to understand what love really is and how people can make it last. But what could be a better way to understand more of this seemingly bizar [Read More…]

Instead of Positive Thinking, Try Positive Action

By Amy Taylor on December 06, 2018

 Psychology students are taught about the law of attraction. What you think is what you are, what you imagine, you will get. Visualising yourself as a successful businessman who’s counting millions while sipping expensive champagne is one big factor that makes you become who you wanted to be. But that’s not actually the case in rea [Read More…]

Touch Therapy Reduces Pain, Stress and Nausea in Cancer Patients, New Study Found

By Monica Wilson on November 30, 2018

 Jin Shin Jyutsu – a traditional form of touch therapy that follows the same principle with acupuncture, was found to be effective in reducing chronic pain and nausea among cancer patients. The study, led by Jennifer Bradley, Jin Shin Jyutsu practitioner at the University of Kentucky Markey Cancer Centre, involved 159 cancer patients. Each one [Read More…]



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