12 Healthy Late Night Snacks You Will Love

By Lisa Franchi on July 31, 2012

If you’re like most students or working professionals, you used to stay awake at night to finish loads of paperwork. Chances are you always reach for chocolate cookies, chips, and a large cup of ice-cream to keep your tummy full and your body awake. This midnight snack habit can make a big punch on your diet and could lead you to massive gain weight. [Read More…]

Seeking Help from a Health Coach May Help You Achieve Weight Loss, New Study Reveals

By Rebecca Lewis on July 31, 2012

Most athletes have coaches to help them improve their performance in the field. No football team goes to the court without a coach. In sports, coaching has been proven to contribute to one’s success. Could it be a good way to support weight loss too? Obesity is among the world’s leading health concerns. In the UK, the number of overweight people [Read More…]

The Truth about Processed Foods And Some Healthy Shopping Tips

By Helen Holmes on July 30, 2012

Science has made our lives so much easier, even when it comes to eating. These days, preparing meals is as easy as heating food in a microwave or frying some nuggets and sausages. But the convenience that science brings comes with risks too. We have heard about processed foods and how they affect our health. Good thing, there are several ways to balance the [Read More…]

Yoga Helps Improve Balance of Stroke Survivors Even After Many Years, New Study Reveals

By Amy Taylor on July 30, 2012

Life after stroke is difficult for many survivors as it come with a wide range of physical and emotional challenges. Some stroke survivors experience loss of mobility and balance which can either be temporary or permanent. There are various therapies however, that are available for those who are looking to improve their condition. In a new study, it was foun [Read More…]

NHS: More Teens Are Doing Away with Drugs for a Healthier, Cleaner Lifestyle

By Monica Wilson on July 27, 2012

More and more teens are turning away from drug and alcohol use in place of a healthier and cleaner lifestyle. That’s according to the recent report published by the NHS. A survey of 6,500 children ages 11 to 15 showed a decline in the use of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes for the past decade. Only 17% had tried drugs in 2011, which is significantly low [Read More…]

Workout and Diet Tips from Olympic Champs

By Lisa Franchi on July 26, 2012

The opening ceremony of London Olympics Games falls on Friday and the entire world is very much excited about it. Other than the fun and thrill it gives, the Olympic is a time where people celebrate sports, life, and health. Let’s learn some ways on how to improve our lifestyle no matter what age we’re in from two of the most famous Olympians in [Read More…]

Music Training May Reduce Memory Decline and Cognitive Aging, New Study Reveals

By Sharon Moore on July 26, 2012

Indeed, music rocks. In a new study published in the Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, it was found that people who engaged in music training benefited from reduced memory decline and cognitive aging. The author Brenda Hanna-Pladdy, PhD, a clinical neuropsychologist in Emory University School of Medicine’s Department of Neurology offers new evidences th [Read More…]

Study Found Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Loneliness in Older Adults

By Rebecca Lewis on July 25, 2012

A lot of older adults are chronically lonely. While some people disregard this fact, loneliness is found to be a major risk factor for health problems such as cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, and even death. In a report by the Charity Help, it was shown that almost half a million pensioners only get the chance to leave home once a week, while 300,0 [Read More…]

Face Your Fear and Sleep It Out - How Sleeping Promotes Fear Extinction

By Helen Holmes on July 25, 2012

The standard treatment for phobia is exposure therapy, in which the source of fear is shown to the patient several times until he or she experiences a reduction in phobic symptoms. This therapy however, seemed to be more effective when followed by sleep, a new study suggests. The study, led by Edward Pace-Schott, a clinical instructor in psychology at the H [Read More…]

Can Violent Tendencies Be Spotted Even before they are Committed?

By Amy Taylor on July 24, 2012

12 people were shot dead while 58 were injured after a 24 year-old gunman showered firearms during the screening of Batman movie ‘The Dark Knight Rises’, in Aurora Colorado. That was a tragic story that has hit the world, and it posed questions to many of us. Is there any way that a gunman can be spotted even before committing the crime? Is there [Read More…]

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