6 Keys to a Successful Marriage

By Sharon Moore on November 30, 2015

If unmarried couples do have ups and downs, what more do married ones? Marriage is a lifelong commitment. It involves giving a part of yourself to someone for the rest of your life, waking and sleeping beside that person, seeing his or her imperfections, and having to live by their shortcomings, unwanted habits, and behaviour. Even couples who seem to be so [Read More…]

Important Facts You Should Know about Seasonal Depression

By Amy Taylor on November 30, 2015

Why do many people feel blue in winter? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that is associated with changes in the weather, and is most common during winter time. For most people who struggle from this condition, the symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months. These include feeling moody and less energetic.  If [Read More…]

Using Therapy to Deal with Identity Issues

By Julie Hills Counsellor / Psychotherapist in Ruislip on November 27, 2015

You probably heard about “identity crisis” many times already. Common as it may seem, it is among the toughest concepts to understand. Nearly every one of us goes through identity crisis. It isn’t something that only teens experience (although it is too common among them). Identity problems can strike at any point of our life, even in the o [Read More…]

Walnuts Can Save You from Heart Attack, Scientists Say

By Lisa Franchi on November 27, 2015

A review of 61 studies found that eating two handful of walnuts every day can help reduce one’s risk of suffering from heart attack by lowering down ’bad’ cholesterol levels in the body.  Researchers said these delicious nuts contain essential nutrients such as unsaturated fats, protein, vitamins and minerals. Walnuts were found to be [Read More…]

High Levels of Brain Inflammation Prevents Depressed Person from Experiencing Pleasure

By Rebecca Lewis on November 26, 2015

New research found that persistent inflammation in the brain can cause severe symptoms of depression such as anhedonia or the inability to experience pleasure. The findings, published in the Molecular Psychiatry, suggest that high-inflammation form of depression is distinct and treatments can be tailored to effective address it.  According to the resea [Read More…]

New Study Explains Why there’s No Diet that Fits-All

By Sharon Moore on November 26, 2015

Most nutritionists would agree that there’s no diet that fits all. While certain diet programmes work for others, they don’t provide similar result for the rest. But why is it so? According to a new study, even if we eat the same meal every day, it is how it’s metabolised by our body that makes the difference.  The study, led by Eran [Read More…]

Does More Sex Mean More Happiness in Romantic Relationships? New Study Reveals the Answer

By Amy Taylor on November 26, 2015

Research which spanned for 40 years, and included 30,000 people found no link between having sex more than once a week and higher happiness levels. The new study challenges popular belief that more sex is better. Researchers found happiness levels increased among couples who had sex once a week, but there was no rise in satisfaction levels beyond this fre [Read More…]

9 Great Reasons to Eat Raisins

By Lisa Franchi on November 25, 2015

Raisins. Most of us seem to enjoy it in our cakes and cookies. Raisin is one of the most common and popular dried fruits available today. It has a very sweet and distinctive taste, with a little tanginess that makes it a perfect addition to desserts and many other dishes.  But did you know raisins are packed with health benefits too? Yes. And here are [Read More…]

Things You Must Quit Doing to Raise Your Chance of Success

By Rebecca Lewis on November 25, 2015

Everyone dreams about success. No matter what kind of industry we’re in in or path you we are taking, we all have the same goal: to reach the top. And every day, thousands of people decide to make that dream happen.  However, along the course of our journey, we can get side-tracked. We can face many challenges, and get into situations that we neve [Read More…]

New Research Finds Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy as a Stem Cell Disease

By Sharon Moore on November 24, 2015

Duchenne muscular dystrophy is a genetic disorder characterized by progressive muscle degeneration and weakness. It is believed to be caused by an absence of dystrophin, a protein that helps keep muscle cells intact. Symptoms of this disease usually start in early childhood, between ages 3 and 5. It affects primarily boys but girls may still incur the diseas [Read More…]

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