Moderate Coffee Consumption Can Save Your Heart

By Monica Wilson on November 07, 2018

 Until now, there’s still much debate on whether coffee consumption is good for the heart or not. Some studies show that coffee provides a number of benefits to one’s health while other research found no link at all. Instead of knowing whether it’s a definite ‘no’ or ‘yes’, a new study published in the Journa [Read More…]

6 Proven Things to Be Happy

By Rebecca Lewis on October 31, 2018

 Many people spend their whole life looking for things that will make them happier only to find that they’re sadder than before. Several studies have been carried out to determine what makes people really happy and researchers sum it up into 6. Here they are: 1.       Own a Pet Pets may not be as intelligent [Read More…]

Lack of Sleep Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke, And Some Tips to have a Good Night’s Sleep

By Lisa Franchi on October 30, 2018

 Sleep deprivation is one of the most common conditions often ignored by many people, especially in the working population. When there’s a deadline to meet, it’s easy to drink several cups of coffee to boost your stamina over the night and wake up early for the next day’s report. During weekends, it can be tempting to stay out late wit [Read More…]

Memories Can Be Reactivated During Sleep, New Research Says

By Sharon Moore on October 26, 2018

Are you trying to familiarise yourself on learning a new melody? Why not try playing it over again as you sleep? Based on a new study, you may strengthen your memories during sleep. A group of researchers from the Northwestern University conducted a study whereby they measured how well the participants remembered a tune when it is played while asleep. The r [Read More…]

Is There Such Thing as ‘Smartphone Addiction’? Some Tips to Control Your Phone Usage

By Helen Holmes on October 22, 2018

There’s no denying that Smartphone has become one of the most popular technologies in the world today. Nearly one in three adults in UK owns a Smartphone, said a report on BBC. The Google Android and the IPhone from Apple are considered the most famous. Smartphones come in so many types, designs, and models. These devices make it possible for people to [Read More…]

6 Reminders Before You Sleep or Take Shower with Your Jewellery On

By Monica Wilson on October 19, 2018

 Many people, especially women, are used to sleeping or taking shower with their earring studs and necklaces on. But health wise – is this good or not? According to Dr Marina Peredo, a clinical Professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, it isn’t really a big deal weather you don’t take off your jewellery for a ver [Read More…]

9 Tips to De-stress Your Football-Mad Partner and Your Relationship

By Lauren Nicholson on October 15, 2018

 While players and football fans gear up for the World Cup, their relationship partners similarly brace themselves for a potentially tough days ahead.  Research conducted by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd disclosed that roughly 20% of British couples go through relationship issues during the frenzy of football season. It appears that tension in the f [Read More…]

It’s Respect, Not Money that Makes People Happier

By Rebecca Lewis on October 10, 2018

 In four experiments, a group of researchers from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley studied the relationship between various types of status and wellbeing. Their findings show that it isn’t really how much money people have in their bank accounts but the respect they get from others that give them a sense of ful [Read More…]

Mental Exercises Help Improve Cognitive Function

By Lisa Franchi on October 08, 2018

Writing your name backwards, hanging your picture at home in reverse, solving a puzzle, brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand, or taking trivia quizzes might improve your memory, concentration, and spatial skills for over the years, according to a new study. Researchers from Beaumont Hospital and Wayne State Institute of Gerontology recruited seni [Read More…]

New Research Reveals Map of Love and Desire in the Brain for the First Time

By Sharon Moore on October 04, 2018

 Science shows that love is indeed a state of mind. But as to where exactly in the brain it is located remained to be a big mystery for scientists, for so many years. For the first time though, experts developed a map of where love and desire rest in the brain. In an international study led by Professor Jim Pfaus of the psychology department in Conco [Read More…]



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