Why I love Grayson Perry

By Donald Butler on March 22, 2018

Ok, so the title gives away the punch line somewhat here, but I have to come clean and state that I do indeed, love Grayson Perry. There are several reasons why I do, but interestingly and primarily it isn’t the frocks or hair. It isn’t necessarily the art either funnily enough, although I do like the art very much ( and found it wonderful to vis [Read More…]

Too Much Sugar Can Slow Down Learning and Memory, New Study Says

By Lisa Franchi on March 21, 2018

Previous studies have shown that too much sugar can lead to obesity, diabetes, and problems in the liver. But a new study suggests that it can affect the brain function too. High Fructose Sugar and Brain Function In an experiment on rats, researchers from the University of California found that sugary diet can lead to memory and learning problems. For six [Read More…]

Top 10 Ways Single Parents Can Enhance Their Children’s Happiness And Well-being

By Laurel Nicholson on March 21, 2018

Recent statistics from the EU’s statistical arm have revealed that in Britain, more children are being raised in single-parent families than in many other major European countries, with figures showing as many as one out of five children living with either just mum or dad. Studies have found that children are doubly at risk of developing a mental disor [Read More…]

Why You Wouldn’t Want to Eat Lunch in Your Workstation - Your Desks May Be Dirtier Than Toilet Seats

By Helen Holmes on March 12, 2018

Indeed, people have become a lot busier these days than they were decades ago. Today, most employees prefer to take their lunches to the office than to go out – most probably to save time. But health experts don’t think this is a good idea. On a latest American study, researchers revealed that people who are used to ‘desktop dining’ c [Read More…]

Exercising Can Help Relieve Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes, Says an Expert

By Amy Taylor on March 07, 2018

A healthy diet coupled with exercise can be a great tool to fight Type 2 diabetes, said Greg Wells, a professor in the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education and an associate scientist in Physiology and Exercise Medicine at the Hospital for Sick Children. Diabetes occurs when the level of sugar in the blood goes up and exceeds the normal. This condit [Read More…]

Acupuncture to Improve Condition of Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

By Sharon Moore on March 06, 2018

Acupuncture, one of the popular traditional Chinese therapies has been scientifically proven to improve health and wellbeing in so many ways. Just recently, another scientific research revealed that acupuncture can be used to improve the condition of people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Said therapy is claimed to help manage the dis [Read More…]

Compound in Garlic to Fight Food-Borne Diseases Better than Antibiotics

By Monica Wilson on March 05, 2018

Garlic is perhaps the most used spice in the world. But aside from its culinary purpose, several studies have shown that garlic is also a potential source of numerous health benefits. Just recently, a new research found that garlic contains a type of compound which is 100 times more potent than antibiotics in treating food-borne illnesses caused mainly by Ca [Read More…]

New Study: Meditation Promotes Mental Health and Wellbeing

By Lisa Franchi on March 02, 2018

When it comes to mental health and wellbeing, Australian researchers found that people who have been meditating for years were 10% better off than those who don’t. Meditation and Mental Health For many years, various studies were conducted to assess the value of meditation to one’s health and majority of them confirm that this mental practice i [Read More…]

New Study Reveals Why Some People Can See Other’s ‘Aura’

By Rebecca Lewis on February 28, 2018

There are people who are believed to be gifted with the ability to ‘see’ someone else’s aura. We call them energy healers or quacks. While it remained questionable for many years, scientists for the first time were able to found an explanation for the esoteric phenomenon of the aura. The Concept of Synaesthesia A neuropsychological phenom [Read More…]

Feeling Highly Overwhelmed? 6 Ways to Stay Calm

By Helen Holmes on February 27, 2018

There are events and situations in life that make us extremely overwhelmed. It could be some unexpected news, a family emergency, or a highly stressful incident. In times like this, we can easily lose our control and become severely anxious. The good news is – there are many ways to calm down quickly no matter how stressed or overwhelmed you are. Belo [Read More…]

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