What Research Tells Us about Success

By Rebecca Lewis on March 10, 2014

When they think of success, most people would visualise themselves living in a mansion, driving a luxury car, or getting promoted in their job. But a growing body of research suggests otherwise. Here are some interesting facts that science has uncovered about success. Success does not create happiness. Many people think that success is the key to happiness [Read More…]

Obesity: A Direct Cause of Type 2 Diabetes and High Blood Pressure

By Amy Taylor on March 10, 2014

Scientists have found that an increased body mass index (BMI) raised the risk for both type 2 diabetes and higher blood pressure. The results add to mounting evidence about the risks of obesity and are of major importance for the obesity pandemic that is affecting the United States – where two-thirds of adults are overweight or obese – and other [Read More…]

10 Really Scary Facts about Stress

By Lisa Franchi on March 10, 2014

 Stress – we all have it. But to what extent does it impact our health? How does it affect our daily life and well-being? Is there any difference between minor and major stress? The following facts might just encourage you to start taking stress management very seriously from now on. Your body doesn’t recognise small or big stress. Rega [Read More…]

6 Things that Prove Rejection Hurts

By Sharon Moore on March 07, 2014

Rejection hurts. We all know it. But its impact on our well-being could be more serious than we thought. So today, let’s tackle some of the interesting facts about rejection that decades of research have uncovered. Rejection is painful, literally. Brain scan studies on rejection have found that feelings of rejection activate the same areas that are [Read More…]

Planning to Get Pregnant? Here’s What You Should Eat

By Rebecca Lewis on March 07, 2014

Apart from exercise and relaxation, nutrition is a crucial factor for healthy and safe pregnancy. It is important that your body is nourished with essential compounds that you can get from natural sources, particularly fruits and vegetables. They will all prepare your body for the new life it will soon support. For a healthy pregnancy, here are some foods [Read More…]

Women Who Use Facebook More Often are at a Higher Risk of Eating Disorders

By Lisa Franchi on March 07, 2014

Women who gave more importance on receiving ‘likes’ and ‘comments’ on their Facebook status updates, and those who were more likely to un-tag photos of themselves and compare their own photos with that of their friends, reported the highest levels of disordered eating – new research revealed. Researchers from Florida State Un [Read More…]

Gut Microbes May Play a Role in Bowel Cancer

By Amy Taylor on March 07, 2014

The microbes living in the gut could spur the development of intestinal tumours that lead to bowel cancer, a new study suggests. Bowel cancer or colorectal cancer, results from a series of genetic changes that cause healthy cells to become progressively cancerous, first forming early tumours called ‘polyps’ that can eventually become malignant [Read More…]

5 Things Confident People Do Differently

By Rebecca Lewis on March 06, 2014

We sometimes envy them – those who people who believed and did it. Those who think and believe they can get promoted, succeed in a new business venture, fit into smaller jeans, or marry the man/woman of their dreams – and did. What sets them apart from others? Yes, you got it right – self-belief. Confidence is such a good trait. You&rsqu [Read More…]

Meat-Rich Diet Could Up Cancer Risk Like Smoking Does, Long-term Study Finds

By Amy Taylor on March 06, 2014

A 20-year study which involved a large sample of adults found that eating a diet rich in animal proteins during middle age makes people four times more likely to die of cancer than someone with a low-protein diet—a mortality risk factor comparable to smoking. Not only is excessive protein consumption linked to a dramatic rise in cancer mortality, bu [Read More…]

WHO: Daily Sugar Intake ‘Should Be Halved’

By Lisa Franchi on March 06, 2014

Sooner, people will be advised to halve their daily sugar intake. The new guidelines from the World Health Organisation will reduce sugar consumption to make it below 10% of the total calorie intake a day, with 5% the target. The suggested limits apply to all sugars added to food, as well as sugar naturally present in honey, syrups, fruit juices and frui [Read More…]

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