Highly Trained Dogs Detect Breast Cancer from Bandage

By Rebecca Lewis on March 28, 2017

Researchers developed a technique that is inexpensive, simple and non-invasive, that can accurately detect breast cancer. It involves a highly-trained dog that is able to sniff out breast cancer from a piece of cloth which had touched the breast of a woman with a tumour. Working on the assumption that breast cancer cells have a distinguishing smell which se [Read More…]

Five Workout Hacks to Maximise Calorie Burning

By Sharon Moore on March 27, 2017

Admit it – whether you are experienced or a novice when it comes to working out, you are often faced with serious exercise routines that can totally exhaust and wear you out. So, it is important to make every minute count! And we’ve got some tips for that:  Get your workout playlist rocking.  Listening to music is one of the easiest a [Read More…]

Twenty-year Research Finds Insulin Resistance May Lead to Faster Cognitive Decline

By Amy Taylor on March 24, 2017

Insulin resistance is not only a major risk factor for diabetes. According to a new study carried out by Tel Aviv University, it is also linked to a more rapid decline in cognitive performance.   The study, published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, run for two decades, in which researchers followed a group of nearly 500 patients with exist [Read More…]

Here’s Why Crying is Good for You Too

By Lisa Franchi on March 23, 2017

Who says crying is a sign of weakness? We often held back our tears when we are in pain or when we are emotionally suffering. But according to experts, crying provides physiological or psychological merit. Recent studies show that having a good cry can promote mental health and stability. How does crying boost your mental health? You’ve probably expe [Read More…]

How Staying Outdoors Make You Happier & Healthier

By Rebecca Lewis on March 23, 2017

There’s something magical about being outdoors. Living in the countryside – where you are surrounded by green fields and trees, and lovely natural sceneries – can do so much wonder to your health and well-being. And lots of studies back this up! Here are some scientifically proven benefits of living close to nature: Lower risk of obesity [Read More…]

It Takes More than just Money to be Happy, Report Says

By Sharon Moore on March 22, 2017

A new report shows Norway is the happiest country on Earth, despite the plummeting price of oil, a key part of its economy. On the other side, Americans are getting sadder, even though their income has gone up over the past decade. The report suggests that it takes more just money to be happy. So, what is it, exactly, that promotes happiness? "It&rsqu [Read More…]

New Research Reveals Potential Breakthrough in Determining Who’s at Risk of Heart Attack

By Amy Taylor on March 22, 2017

New research headed by Intermountain Medical Centre Heart revealed a ‘game-changer’ for determining who are at risk of heart attack. The study suggests that the notion that soft plaque is more likely to rupture and cause heart attacks than hard calcium deposits pose to heart health may be wrong. "We previously thought the lipid-laden sof [Read More…]

Top Reasons Why You’re Not Losing Belly Fats

By Lisa Franchi on March 21, 2017

Have you always dreamed about getting six-pack abs? Have you tried so many types of workout and diet plans but couldn’t get a flatter tummy? Or do you have it for just a few weeks and then it suddenly goes away after one or two days of not working out or indulging in your favourite treats? Losing belly fat is often a hard task for many of us. And one [Read More…]

How to Make Stress Work for You

By Rebecca Lewis on March 21, 2017

Stress has long gotten a bad rap. We blame it for a lot of our health problems that affect both our mind and body. Experts even call it a ‘silent killer’ – being a major cause of many chronic diseases, from heart disease to cancer and dementia. But despite what the headlines say about stress, it may actually be beneficial for you in sever [Read More…]

Researchers Explain How Exercise Reduces Risk of Cancer

By Sharon Moore on March 20, 2017

You know that exercising is good for you. Research after research shows that people who exercise are generally healthier and are less likely to develop chronic illnesses, including cancer. But how does physical activity protect us from cancer? A new study sheds light on this matter. For the first time, researchers have found that exercise produces lactate - [Read More…]

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