11 Ways to Beat Sunday Blues

By Sharon Moore on March 03, 2014

In a study carried out by Mind, a charity based in England, more than 26 per cent of employees reported dread and apprehension on Sundays – or on the day before they were due to go back to work after the weekend. All these create tension and stress, leaving us all bummed the entire day and lacking the enthusiasm to start the week right. If you’re [Read More…]

Scientists Find the Reason Why Dark Chocolate Boosts Heart Health

By Rebecca Lewis on March 03, 2014

You probably heard that dark chocolate is good for your heart. It’s true. But it was not until recently that scientists figured out why. The new findings, published in The FASEB Journal, suggest that dark chocolate helps restore flexibility to the arteries while also preventing white blood cells from sticking to the walls of blood vessels. A researc [Read More…]

The Best Gift You Can Give Your Partner

By Lisa Franchi on March 03, 2014

Your spouse came home with a big smile on her face and excitedly told you that she has been offered with a promotion, but to another country. Do you quit your job to move with her and start a new life? Even if that means quitting your own job that you’ve worked so hard to get?   When we are deeply in love, there’s only one thing we want t [Read More…]

Here’s Another Way to Stick to Good Habits (Even if You Lack Willpower)

By Sharon Moore on February 28, 2014

A lot of people think that building good habits is all about willpower. Whilst it’s true that willpower keeps you motivated, a large body of research suggests that it is a measurable form of mental energy that runs out as you use it, much like the gas in your car. So what happens if you run out of willpower? What do you do? Luckily, there seems [Read More…]

7 Habits that Steal Your Happiness

By Rebecca Lewis on February 28, 2014

Some habits are helpful. But some are not only dangerous to your health but also to your well-being. Worse, we often don’t realise that such habits are causing us happiness. You probably know the daily habits that could shorten your life. Today, let’s talk about those that steal your happiness. You’re always waiting for the ‘perfec [Read More…]

Vitamin D Insufficiency Linked with Autism

By Amy Taylor on February 28, 2014

A new study by the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute (CHORI) found that serotonin, oxytocin, and vasopressin – three hormones that influence social behaviour, are all activated by vitamin D hormone. Autism, which is characterised by abnormal social behaviour, has previously been linked to low levels of serotonin in the brain and t [Read More…]

C-Section Babies More Likely to become Obese Later in Life

By Lisa Franchi on February 28, 2014

A large analysis of 38,000 births suggests that people born by Caesarean section are more likely to become obese later in life than those born naturally. Published in the journal Plos One, the study showed that for every 100 vaginal births, 60 adults would go on to be overweight or obese. But out of every 100 born by Caesarean section, there would be 65. [Read More…]

Older Parents who Give Support to their Middle-aged Children Have Mental Health Benefits

By Sharon Moore on February 27, 2014

Older parents who give support to their adult children may benefit their own mental health, a new study suggests. In fact for some, reaching out to their middle-aged children can help reduce their stress and depression. It’s the other way around “We usually view the elderly as needy, but our research shows that parents ages 60 and over are [Read More…]

Cell Therapy Successfully Treats Cancer in Clinical Study

By Rebecca Lewis on February 27, 2014

The largest clinical study ever conducted to date of patients with advanced leukaemia found that 88 per cent achieved complete remissions after being treated with genetically modified versions of their own immune cells. Scientists from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre suggest that cell therapy is a powerful treatment for patients who have exhau [Read More…]

Why Less Intense Workouts are Good for You Too

By Amy Taylor on February 27, 2014

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) has become the latest fitness craze in town. Today, more and more people are shifting from moderate forms of exercise like jogging and brisk walking to shorter bouts of intense workouts. Well, we can’t blame them. Numerous studies have linked HIIT workouts to faster weight loss, longer lifespan, and improved qual [Read More…]

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