‘Foods’ for the Skin - Natural Moisturisers for a Healthy, Glowing Skin

By Lisa Franchi on April 02, 2012

Colder weather is on its way so everyone’s having their last-minute sunny escapade. It’s going to be dry but cloudy over Easter weekend in England and Wales. Elsewhere the rain will spread, with snow forecast in some parts of Scotland. Sunlight is the best source of vitamin D which is needed by our skin to be healthy. But too much sun exposure [Read More…]

Fuel Strike Threat: Why Are People Panic Buying?

By Helen Holmes on March 30, 2012

Easter weekend is coming soon but the 2,000 fuel tanker drivers across the country will be conducting a strike on no defined date yet. Motorists are rushing to the garages to top up their tanks. Independent retailers’ group RMI Petrol reported demand for petrol rose 172% on Thursday.  Even though ministers said there’s no point to panic, con [Read More…]

6 Ways to Make Your Barbecue a Healthy Experience

By Amy Taylor on March 29, 2012

Many studies suggest that eating char-grilled meats can increase the risk of cancer. Here’s the thing, there are two chemical compounds that are formed when foods are cooked with intense heat and flame. They are Heterocyclic Amines (HCA) and Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH) – both are carcinogenic. Nonetheless, it doesn’t mean we can [Read More…]

Help is Available - Low Cost Psychotherapy Services for Soldiers

A recent newspaper article highlighted the very sad case of a young man who committed suicide some while after returning home from a tour of duty in Afghanistan. A terrible tragedy for this young serviceman, his family, friends and comrades, compounded by the fact that it appears he didn’t have access to the help he needed. There is, of course, no way [Read More…]

Healing Young Minds - Importance of Counselling Service in Schools

By Rebecca Lewis on March 28, 2012

The British government is investing £22 million to expand mental health services for children. Nonetheless, the budget cut on social services still affects many schools. Because of this, some of them are now releasing money from their own pocket to provide counselling services. Why is Counselling so Important for Children? The youth have unique poten [Read More…]

Sunshine is Here, Step Out into the Green! Why Outdoor Activities Can Be Good For You

By Monica Wilson on March 27, 2012

Yes! Glorious weather is finally here! Sun lovers are rushing to the beach and in every available open space to enjoy warm weather. Those who had their day off from work last Monday were lucky enough to experience the scorching temperature that hit 22.9C. Adults who were working on their tan had a great time sunbathing at the beach while children had a very [Read More…]

It Counts to Be Happy! Why Cheerful Teenagers are Likely to Have Higher Income as Adults

By Lisa Franchi on March 26, 2012

People who have happy childhood are more likely to become successful in their career, reveals a new study. These people, having more positive disposition in life are found to be more productive at work, allowing them to earn and become more triumphant in their professions. Productivity Issues in UK Productivity is costing the UK billions of pounds each yea [Read More…]

How Do I Stop Procrastinating?

Are you always beating yourself up about procrastinating over tasks? - In this article I will invite you to take a new approach to the idea of procrastination and ask you to consider embracing and working with the positive aspects of procrastination to allow you to understand better and then overcome the blocks you are experiencing. What is Procrastination [Read More…]

New Study: Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Medicine Can Help Alleviate Chronic Pelvic Pain

By Kathleen Kaye on March 23, 2012

Acupuncture and Chinese herbal Medicine (CHM) may help in the treatment of chronic pelvic pain (CPP), reported a new study from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) published in an opinion paper last Wednesday. Acupuncture and CHM for Chronic Pelvic Pain During their investigation, the researchers looked at the evidence relating ac [Read More…]

Born to Speak? Understanding Public Speaking Anxiety and Overcoming It

By Sharon Moore on March 22, 2012

Calm like an experienced public speaker, charming as a real princess, and cool like it wasn’t her first – Kate Middleton has made her very first official speech as a member of the Royal Family. As she stood before the crowd of children, staff and volunteers at the East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices, the Duchess of Cambridge remained co [Read More…]



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