Female Bosses More Prone to Depression than Male Bosses

By Rebecca Lewis on November 21, 2014

Female bosses are more likely to get depressed than their male countertops, new research says. In men, authority, such as the ability to hire and fire people, decreases depressive symptoms, the study also suggests. Scientists at the University of Texas at Austin interviewed 1,300 male and 1,500 female graduates from Wisconsin high schools over the phon [Read More…]

Reasons Why You’re Not Getting What You Want

By Sharon Moore on November 21, 2014

We all have dreams and most of us work really hard to achieve them. Whether it’s a rewarding career, a healthier and slimmer body, a big house, or a happy family – there are a lot of things that we all want. The sad truth, however, is that not everyone get to achieve their dream. And it’s not that it wasn’t destined for them. Too ofte [Read More…]

Rewiring Your Brain for Better Sleep: 5 Easy Steps

By Amy Taylor on November 21, 2014

For many people, getting a long, restful slumber is an elusive dream. And if you are one of them – your mind may be to blame. How we think about sleep and the level of importance we give to it really affects the quality of sleep we get on a daily basis. So if you’re looking to improve your bedtime routines, you should consider rewiring your brain [Read More…]

New Research Suggests Mental & Physical Pain May Be Different After All

By Sharon Moore on November 20, 2014

For the past decade, neuroscientists have believed that the brain processes physical and social pain in a similar manner. Now, a new study from the University of Colorado shows that the two kinds of pain actually use distinct neural circuits. According to the researchers, their discovery may lead to specific treatment protocols for each pathway, and a bette [Read More…]

7 Risks that are Worth-Taking in Life

By Lisa Franchi on November 20, 2014

We all go through a point in life when we are faced with the big question – Should I do this or should I not? Taking risks can really be overwhelming sometimes, especially if it involves going through a big change.  But there are risks that are really worth-taking. They are worth-taking because they can make us a better, healthier and happier pers [Read More…]

Top Hunger-Busting Foods You Shouldn’t Miss in Your Diet

By Rebecca Lewis on November 20, 2014

Hunger – it is one of the hardest things to deal with when you are trying to lose weight. Most of us can endure long hours in the gym, but starving? It’s just so unfair. But the thing is that you really don’t have to starve yourself to shake off excess fats. A large body of research suggests that compounds found in certain foods have the a [Read More…]

5 Secrets to Healthy Ageing

By Amy Taylor on November 19, 2014

In this fast-paced world where everything we need comes in an instant, a healthy, active lifestyle has really began to become an elusive dream for many of us. Few people grow old healthy and more people are diagnosed with health problems at a very young age. The good news is – we can change our fate. We can enjoy the benefits of living in the modern [Read More…]

Lifestyle changes May Reverse Type 2 Diabetes, Researchers Say

By Lisa Franchi on November 19, 2014

Type 2 diabetes is a common disease in the modern world. Unfortunately, no cure has been discovered for it yet. But the long wait is over. Now, new research suggests type 2 diabetes can be reversed with lifestyle changes.  "The dramatic increase of type 2 diabetes worldwide has exceeded expectations. Globally there are 400 million people with type [Read More…]

What to Do When Disappointment Strikes

By Sharon Moore on November 19, 2014

Disappointments are part of life – that’s the bitter truth. No matter how smart, rich, strong or successful a person is, he or she is bound to experience disappointments from time to time. Whether it’s in the form of a heartbreak, a failed business venture, an ailment diagnosis, a missed sale, or huge financial loss – when disappointm [Read More…]

What Healthy, Happy & Productive People Do Differently

By Sharon Moore on November 18, 2014

Highly effective people are those who are able to establish positive habits and time-efficient routines, and stick to them. Below are what these people do differently that make them healthy, happy and productive. THEY TAKE ACTION. Sometimes, it really is hard to make the first move. But it’s the only way to get things done on time. You may feel like [Read More…]

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