6 Things Highly Successful People Do Differently

By Rebecca Lewis on December 28, 2016

Everyone wants to be successful. But getting to the top is not an easy job. It takes time and efforts - lots of them. But in the end it’s worth it. Whatever goal you are pursuing right now, understand that reaching it is going to be a roller coaster ride. But don’t worry. We have some great tips that will make your journey much easier. Take the [Read More…]

A Handful of Nuts a Day Can Keep the Doctor Away, Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on December 27, 2016

Consuming a handful of nuts can lower one’s risk of cancer, heart disease, and other diseases - new research found. Specifically, nut consumption cuts the risk of coronary heart disease by nearly 30 per cent, their risk of cancer by 15 per cent, and their risk of premature death by 22 per cent. In addition, an average of at least 20 grams of nut cons [Read More…]

Four times of Aerobic Exercise a Week Lowers Alzheimer’s Risk, Study Finds

By Amy Taylor on December 26, 2016

Working out at least four times a week can lower your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease by sharpening all areas of your brain. Using an fMRI scan, the researchers found that adults with mild cognitive impairment who exercised four times a week over a six-month period experienced an increase in brain volume. Those who had did aerobic exercise had [Read More…]

The Trick to Change How Your Brain Reacts to Sadness

By Lisa Franchi on December 22, 2016

We all experience sadness at one point or another in our life, regardless of our achievements or successes. It’s a natural feeling. Most of the time, the sadness naturally goes away. But sometimes, it stays for such a long period of time that it starts to affect one’s daily life. Chronic sadness becomes a mental health condition which could lead [Read More…]

Great Reasons to Eat Eggplant

By Rebecca Lewis on December 21, 2016

Eggplant is a widely available produce that’s long prized for its unique taste and texture, and beautiful, glossy purple colour. It’s delicious when grilled, fried or steamed and can be added to many dishes and specialties. But apart from all these, did you know that eggplant is also considered a superfood? From boosting your brain power to stren [Read More…]

Amyloid Proteins in Alzheimer’s Also Linked to Heart Failure

By Sharon Moore on December 20, 2016

Amyloid beta - the protein plaques that are present in the brain with Alzheimer’s may also bring harm to the heart, according to new research.  The researchers found that some forms of heart failure are basically an Alzheimer’s disease in the heart. "They basically have the same biological defect. In one case, it affects the brain. In [Read More…]

Spiritual Experiences Activate Reward Circuits of the Brain

By Amy Taylor on December 20, 2016

Researchers from the University of Utah School of Medicine examined how the human brain responds when a person goes through spiritual experiences. They found that they actually activate the parts of the brain that are activated when one experiences love, sex, music, gambling and other ‘feel good’ activities. In the study, 19 young-adult church m [Read More…]

Common Causes of Poor Blood Circulation You Didn’t Know

By Lisa Franchi on December 19, 2016

Many people don’t realise the importance of the body’s circulatory system. Many are unaware that poor blood circulation can lead to worse health problems, from chronic fatigue syndrome to high blood pressure and stroke. And because it doesn’t have symptoms at first, some people often find out that they have circulatory health problems too l [Read More…]

Hundreds of Thousands of Children Have Hypertension, Landmark Study Finds

By Rebecca Lewis on December 16, 2016

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is perceived by some people to be a condition that only affects adults. But a landmark study has found hundreds of thousands of kids also have hypertension, but only around 25 per cent are diagnosed.  The research, backed by American Academy of Paediatrics, is the first to show a widespread trend of un-investigated [Read More…]

3 Facts You Should Know about Carbs

By Sharon Moore on December 16, 2016

Many people, especially those who are trying to lose weight, despise carbs. Some think that it is an enemy that prevents fat loss. Other think that consuming carbs may also increase their risk of heart disease, diabetes, and other illnesses.  But health experts agree that carbs are not really the culprit. Actually, our body needs it. Carbohydrates are [Read More…]

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