Lifelong Proper Intake of Vitamin E is Crucial, Researchers Say

By Lisa Franchi on September 19, 2014

New research from the Oregon State University suggests that adequate levels of this essential micronutrient are especially critical for the very young, the elderly, and women who are or may become pregnant. According to the researchers, a lifelong proper intake of vitamin E is important. Meanwhile, some critics have raised unnecessary alarms about excessive [Read More…]

Ways Exercise Makes You Happier

By Rebecca Lewis on September 19, 2014

You know that exercising is good for your body. It keeps you strong, boosts your immune system, and protects you from varying diseases. And most of all – it keeps your weight in check. But did you know that exercising is good for your well-being too? It in fact, it literally makes you happier. Here are the top ways exercising makes you happier. It r [Read More…]

7 Life-Changing Lessons You Learn from Travelling

By Amy Taylor on September 18, 2014

There are a few things that can make a significant impact on your life. One of them is travelling. Visiting a place for the first time brings you delight unlike anything else. It opens you to new experiences and learning that you are going to treasure for the rest of your life. So go ahead and stop thinking twice. Book a flight when you can and arrange for [Read More…]

5 ‘Health Foods’ You Should Stop Eating Now

By Lisa Franchi on September 18, 2014

There are so many foods being marketed today as “healthy” but are really not.  If you’re a fan of these health fads, you could be wasting money and putting yourself at risk of serious diseases. Here are foods that you think are okay to eat but actually aren’t. Avoiding them now does really matter. Self-Serve Frozen Yoghurt Look [Read More…]

Vitamin D: A Crucial Ingredient to Better Quality of Life

By Sharon Moore on September 18, 2014

Experts agree that vitamin D is beneficial for bone health, but its relationship to overall quality of life is a little-understood area. However, Paul Veugelers, professor in the School of Public Health, recently published research showing that the sun’s rays have a deeper benefit to our well-being. Veugelers and fellow researchers teamed up to study [Read More…]

New Study Shows Why Optimistic People are Healthier

By Lisa Franchi on September 17, 2014

Optimists believe that having a positive perception brings them better health. But this isn’t just a bright idea. According to a new study from Loyola University in Chicago, there is real scientific evidence to support a positive attitude protecting your mind and body. Evidence is mounting. In the study, headed by Fred Bryant, professor of psychology [Read More…]

Easy Ways to Combat Anxiety (That You Probably Haven’t Tried Yet)

By Sharon Moore on September 17, 2014

Anxiety is a physical and emotional response to perceived danger. And every human suffers from anxiety from time to time. But often, what trigger our anxiety are our own scary predictions of future events, which aren’t always real. It is easy to lose your cool because of anxiety. But with the following smart tips that you probably haven’t trie [Read More…]

5 Great Things That Will Happen to You if You Log Out from Facebook Now

By Rebecca Lewis on September 17, 2014

Social media can be a great way of keeping in touch with friends and meeting new people, so there’s no wonder why most of us, if not all are into it. The number one social media, Facebook, passes 1.23 billion monthly active users, 945 million mobile users, and 757 million daily users. You probably belong to this huge number of active users, and it&rsqu [Read More…]

3 Signs You’re Living a Life of Purpose

By Lisa Franchi on September 16, 2014

Are you living a life of purpose? Even the best mental health practitioners and experts won’t be able to give you the answers to your life purpose. It is something you seek within you. Here are three important signs that you are living your real purpose now. YOU DO WHAT YOU LOVE.   “Don’t worry about what the world needs.  Ask [Read More…]

Mindfulness May Help Adults Combat Childhood Trauma, New Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on September 16, 2014

Despite the fact that many years have passed, some adults who have experienced trauma during childhood couldn’t get over it, which increases their risk of suffering from mental illness. But a new study found a solution. For the first time, researchers showed that adults who are mindful in the moment have better health. In the study, Robert Whitaker, M [Read More…]

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