Feeling Low? Why Don’t You Dress Up? New Study Suggests that We Can Dress for Happiness

By Sharon Moore on March 14, 2012

Have you ever experienced waking up in the morning, wanting to dress up so totally different from what you usually wear? Do you sometimes think of ‘redesigning’ your image and you don’t know why? Well, you’re not alone. A lot of people feel the same way too. After all, it’s normal. According to research, the way you dress is aff [Read More…]

Tips for No Smoking Day (14th March 2012)

This Wednesday (14th March 2012) is No Smoking Day in the UK, so here are my top tips for no Smoking Day. If you have decided to quit smoking on No Smoking Day this year, then these tips may give you a better chance of success. My first tip is: “Don’t cut down – cut it out!”. If you have decided to quit on No Smoking Day, then stop c [Read More…]

Pepsi and Coke Need to Change Recipes to Avoid Cancer Warning Label

By Rebecca Lewis on March 12, 2012

Two of the biggest soft drink producers in the world, Pepsi and Coca-Cola will have to change their recipes in America or else, they would have to put a warning sign on their product labels about its risk on cancer. But in UK, the same recipe will be retained as European regulators don’t think there’s a risk associated with them. Coke May Contai [Read More…]

Benefits of Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture

What are the advantages of using acupuncture for facial rejuvenation? There is no surgery required, and no recovery period. A facial acupuncture course involves one treatment a week for ten weeks then a top up treatment once every six months on average. The treatment takes about an hour and it is a very relaxing process. There are no foreign materials inject [Read More…]

Sleeping Pills Increase the Risk of Death for up to 4 Times, New Study Reveals

By Helen Holmes on March 09, 2012

People who take prescription pills to fight insomnia are four times more likely to die early than those who don’t, an interesting study published in BMJ Open reports. This includes the use of benzodiazepines, non-benzodiazepines, barbiturates and some forms of sedative. Death Risk Associated with Sleeping Pills Researchers from Jackson Hole Centre fo [Read More…]

What are the Secrets to Long Life? A 90-Year Study reveals to us the Answer

By Kathleen Kaye on March 08, 2012

Really, it takes a 90 year scientific study for many of us to believe that we don’t need a lucky charm to live our life to the max. The research entitled ‘The Longevity Project’ projects a clearer view of what it means to be happy. The Longevity Project Dr Howard S. Friedman and his team of researchers observed 1,500 people from childhood [Read More…]

Is Your Work Wearing You Out? 4 Ways to Combat Work Fatigue

By Monica Wilson on March 07, 2012

Late for work again? Lost in those piles paperwork? Rushing towards the coffee vending machine for a mid-afternoon pick-me-up? Excited to see your kids after a hard day’s work just to find out that they’ve already gone to bed? You are not alone, we all experience getting caught up with our job at one point or another. It’s normal. But if th [Read More…]

An Equal Footing for Mental Health - Lord Richard Layard Calls the Need for a Minister on Mental Health

By Amy Taylor on March 07, 2012

Issues on mental health are costing the country £77 billion each year. Side by side with physical health problems, a mental illness is a major cause of poor productivity among employees, faltering relationships between family members and worsening social issues. Mental Health remains to be a Big Issue It is estimated that one in six people has some [Read More…]

Known 5 Health Foods that May Make You Unhealthy

By Sarah Wilson on March 06, 2012

With the numerous so called-health foods in the market, common terms used in referring to these health foods often mislead consumers into believing that what they are eating are actually healthy. If you have misgivings about whether your “health food” is what it claims to be, here are some facts that could help you in resolving this issue.  [Read More…]

What’s the Best Way to Quit Smoking - My Review of the Top Quit Smoking Methods

Every year thousands of people make the decision to quit smoking. Most never get past the starting line! Of those that make the effort to quit, a depressingly high number have started smoking again within six months, despite the knowledge that everyone has about the dangers of smoking. Tobacco contains more than 4,000 different chemicals! It is known that m [Read More…]

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