Walnuts May Benefit Men’s Reproductive Health, Research Finds

By Sharon Moore on March 03, 2017

Eating 2.5 ounces of walnuts a day could improve fertility in men, according to a new study. The crunchy snack does this benefit by reducing lipid peroxidation - a process that damages sperm cells. Fertility is a major concern among many people. A couple is said to be infertile if there is no pregnancy after one year of normal sexual activity without contra [Read More…]

Five Myths You Should Stop Believing about Cholesterol

By Amy Taylor on March 03, 2017

We all know that high cholesterol levels can cause serious health problems, specifically affecting the heart. And while there are so many sources of information about cholesterol and how it affects our health. But then, we are still surrounded by many myths that prevent us from having healthy cholesterol levels. Cholesterol is always a bad thing. Many of u [Read More…]

Ways to Keep Fear from Stopping Creativity

By Lisa Franchi on March 02, 2017

We all have a creative side. But sometimes, fear get in the way and stop us from being creative. Fear makes us unsure about ourselves, our abilities, and our strengths. It makes us doubt our true potential and discourages us from trying. Fear is, without a doubt, the worst enemy of creativity. So how do you keep fear from stopping your creative mind? Here a [Read More…]

Best Spices for Your Brain

By Rebecca Lewis on March 01, 2017

Your brain is your treasure. And you should do everything to maintain its optimal condition. The good news is that it doesn’t take so much effort to do that. Sometimes, nourishing your brain is as simple as eating healthy, nutritious and delicious food. You know that spices are meant to make your food taste much better. But more than everything, spice [Read More…]

Menopause is the Best Time for Women to Exercise, Researchers Say

By Sharon Moore on March 01, 2017

It’s never too late to start exercising, especially for women. According to new research, menopause may be the ideal time for women to begin exercising. While menopause seems to be the stage of anxiety, hot flashes and mood swings, it may also be a great time to start exercising. It was previously thought that the benefits of exercise would rapidly di [Read More…]

Excess Glucose in the Bloodstream Linked to Alzheimer’s Disease

By Amy Taylor on February 28, 2017

 Excess glucose does not only up the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. It may also damage a vital enzyme involved with inflammation response to the early stages of Alzheimer’s - new research revealed. People with diabetes are at a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. However, the specific molecular link between glucose and Alzhei [Read More…]

WHO: Depression Rates Increased by 18 percent in the Last Decade

By Lisa Franchi on February 27, 2017

An estimated 322 million people suffered depressive disorders in 2015, a rise of 18.4 percent in a decade, as people live longer, according to a report by the World Health Organisation (WHO). It notes that economic losses arising from depression exceed $1 trillion a year, referring to lost productivity due to apathy or lack of energy that lead to an inabili [Read More…]

Creativity Results From Balance Between The Right And Left Hemispheres

By Rebecca Lewis on February 24, 2017

You’ve probably heard or read about the right part of the brain having the key role in stimulating creativity. Countless of books and articles suggest that those who have highly active right brain hemisphere are naturally creative. But that’s not actually the case, claims a new study. The findings revealed that creativity results from how well th [Read More…]

Just 5 Days of Fasting per Month Linked to Health Benefits

By Sharon Moore on February 23, 2017

Fasting is widely linked to many health wonders, from lower risk of disease to longevity. What’s more, it only takes just 5 days of pulling down your calorie intake per month to achieve these benefits! The study was carried out by the Longevity Institute of UCLA. The researchers tested the effects of the fasting-mimicking diet on various risk factors [Read More…]

What You Can Do Daily to Avoid Stomach Problems

By Amy Taylor on February 23, 2017

Everyone experiences stomach problems at one point or another. And it’s really annoying, and sometimes, debilitating. Stomach problems come in various kinds and among the most common are constipation, upset stomach, bloating and diarrhoea. They can affect your mood, your appetite, and even your work life.  But these stomach problems don’t h [Read More…]

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