Experts Determine Indicators for a Good Night’s Sleep

By Amy Taylor on January 31, 2017

What makes a good night sleep? According to researchers, it’s more than clocking 7-8 hours of sleep each night. There are a few other things that should also be considered.  For the first time, The National Sleep Foundation provided the key indicators for a good night’s sleep:  ·         [Read More…]

7 Best Food Sources of Probiotics

By Lisa Franchi on January 31, 2017

You’ve probably heard about probiotics many times. How about prebiotics? They are non-digestible carbohydrates that feed the good bacteria in your gut. Consuming prebiotics has been shown to promote immunity and digestive health, and lower inflammation in the body.  So where do you get prebiotics? Most fruits and vegetables have. But there are a [Read More…]

Brain Shape Linked to Personality, Study Claims

By Rebecca Lewis on January 30, 2017

Did you know that the shape of your brain does have something to say with your personality? Yes, you read that right. Not only does it influence your personality, it also influences your risk of developing a mental illness. The research published in the journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience found that neurotic people have a thinner cortex than [Read More…]

Natural Compound Found in Herbs & Vegetables May Improve Treatment of Breast Cancer, Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on January 27, 2017

Breast cancer is among the leading causes of cancer-related deaths among women. Good thing, scientists are in a constant chase towards improving care and treatment for breast cancer. Now, researchers at the University of Missouri have identified a natural compound found in herbs such as thyme and parsley, and vegetables such as celery and broccoli, to be eff [Read More…]

6 Things Your Skin Needs to Stay Healthy

By Amy Taylor on January 27, 2017

For many people, especially girls, having a young-looking, radiant skin matters. It matters big time. There’s no wonder why the skincare is a billion-dollar industry. But sometimes, despite using expensive creams and lotions, and undergoing skincare treatments, many still struggle with varying skin problems. But did you know that some of the best skin [Read More…]

Consuming Spicy Food May Help You Live Longer, Study Claims

By Lisa Franchi on January 26, 2017

Love spicy food? More than satisfying your taste buds, adding hot chilli peppers in your meals may also help you live longer, new study found.   In particular, consumption of spicy foods has been linked to 13 per cent reduction in mortality risk caused by heart disease or stroke. For the study, researchers from Larner College of Medicine at the Univer [Read More…]

Study Review Sheds More Light behind the Science of Postpartum Disorder

By Rebecca Lewis on January 26, 2017

Having similar symptoms, people might think that postpartum depression (PPD) is biologically the same with other mood disorders. In a scientific review published in the journal Trends in Neurosciences, scientists explore the neurobiology of postpartum depression and anxiety. "Motherhood really can change the mother, which is something we often overlook [Read More…]

Five Superfoods that Make Awesome Addition to Your Diet

By Sharon Moore on January 25, 2017

A vegetable-rich diet is always advisable for everyone – whether they are simply trying to lose weight, managing a health condition, or maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Vegetables are a primary source of essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals that protect you from varying diseases, including the most fatal ones like stroke, heart disease, and cance [Read More…]

Fatty Foods that Are Actually Good for You

By Amy Taylor on January 24, 2017

Fats – they are tasty but most of us despise them. We fear them and we try to avoid them. We blame fats for our bulging waistline and declining health. This is why for the past years, getting rid of fats in one’s diet has become a major concern. ‘Fats’ became a negative word and fewer people appreciate it.  But ask any health ex [Read More…]

Sharing Good News Promotes Health and Happiness in a Relationship, Study Finds

By Lisa Franchi on January 23, 2017

What keeps a relationship strong? There are many things, including respect, constant communication, and appreciation. There’s probably more. A new study suggests another key aspect to promoting not just good health among couples, but also happiness.  The research, presented during the 2017 Society for Personality and Social Psychology Annual Conv [Read More…]

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