Even Mild Dehydration Can be Bad for Your Health

By Sharon Moore on February 27, 2012

Are you drinking sufficient amount of water every day? If not, you might be putting your health at risk. According to a new study, even mild dehydration can negatively affect a person’s physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing. Effects of Dehydration to Your Body The researchers from the University of Connecticut’s Human Performance Laboratory [Read More…]

Weight Loss Surgery Increased by 12% but More People Have Remained Obese

By Amy Taylor on February 24, 2012

The latest Statistics on Obesity, Physical Activity and Diet: England 2012 published by the NHS Information Centre, found that hospital admissions because of obesity-related problems increased for over a decade. From 261 in year 2001, the number of weight loss surgical operations in Britain has climbed to 8, 807 in the year 2011. However, this does [Read More…]

Is There Such Thing as ‘Luck’?

By Lisa Franchi on February 23, 2012

When Cassey and Matt won the £45m EuroMillions lottery jackpot in February 2012, thousands of people said the same thing – they’re very lucky. Luck is something that we have always wanted. Everyone wants to be fortunate in love, health, and wealth. But is there such thing as luck?  Richard Wiseman from the University of Hertfordshir [Read More…]

Counselling to Beat Menopausal Symptoms

By Monica Wilson on February 22, 2012

Hot flushes are one of the most common symptoms of menopause, affecting one in four women in Britain. This extreme feeling of hotness can make a woman’s life miserable in so many ways. There are conventional treatments however such as HRT that can fight these debilitating menopausal symptoms. But the long-term consequences of these medical procedures o [Read More…]

Starving Yourself on Alternate Days Can Make You Live Longer

By Helen Holmes on February 21, 2012

Want to know another secret to longer life? Starve yourself on alternate days! New study revealed that fasting on and off can improve brain function and promote weight loss. Fasting has always been an integral part of different religions such as Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. Some people are still quite sceptical as to whether the psychological bene [Read More…]

What it Means to Be Beautiful - Developing a More Loving Relationship with Yourself

By Rebecca Lewis on February 20, 2012

Everyone has their own definition of beauty. Some people think that when they look like the celebrities they see on TV, they’re already beautiful. But the concept of beauty is far more complex. It includes a wide range of concerns which is centred on building positive relation with oneself. Taking care of yourself and loving it the way you should is wh [Read More…]

Positive Thinking Cuts the Risk of Dying By Half, Study Finds

By Sharon Moore on February 17, 2012

We all know that positive thinking is good for our health. But did you also know that it reduces the risk of dying young by half? Positive Thinking Promotes Healing, Experts Say New research has confirmed what we long believed to be true – optimism promotes healing. When you think and feel that you are healthy, then you will be. On a very recent stud [Read More…]

Majority of GPs in UK Have Been Using Complementary Therapies for More than 10 Years

By Amy Taylor on February 16, 2012

Side by side with the conventional medicine, majority of the GPs in the UK are recommending patients to undergo appropriate complementary treatments. And this practise has been going on for the past 10 years. Integrative Medicine Conventional medicine, combined with complementary therapy is called integrative medicine. Complementary therapies refer to the [Read More…]

David Cameron Proposes US-Style Drunk Tanks as Strategy to Cut Alcohol Abuse in UK

By Lisa Franchi on February 15, 2012

People who are caught inebriated will be detained in the cells called “drunk tanks” until they get sober, proposes David Cameron. Think of this. You hang out with your friends in a Saturday evening. There were foods and beers all over and it was a great time. You got carried away and drank bottle by bottle of beer. It’s past twelve and you [Read More…]

Taking a U-turn Could be the Most Fulfilling Decision We Can Have in Life

By Rebecca Lewis on February 14, 2012

You had enough. You’ve been married for years and one day you just woke up feeling you have lost the love. The spark has gone. You decided to get separated from your partner to find the ‘thing’ that will make you happier. Days and months have passed. New relationships began and ended. And you still couldn’t find what you’re sear [Read More…]

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