Mood for Thought - New Year’s Resolution

So this is it, 2011 came and went…and time is already racing through January of the New Year. Good excuse to have a review of how last year went, whether thinking it to yourself, or sharing your thoughts with a friend over a bottle of wine… Isn’t it funny how easy it is to remember all the negative things, all the bad events that have ha [Read More…]

Living in the Moment Brings You Happiness

By Kathleen Kaye on January 10, 2012

Are you experiencing the January blues? Even there’s no snow and ice, this winter has been cold and windy. If you’re like most people, you must be sick and tired of it. You must be looking forward for the spring and summer to come. You just feel like skipping the clock. Most of us live for the future Every one of us has our own goals and dreams [Read More…]

Scan Shows Mindfulness Meditation Can Help Stress, Pain, and Self-Centeredness

By Helen Holmes on January 05, 2012

If stress makes you feel anxious, sad, and all – try meditating. A recent scientific study shows that mindfulness meditation makes you calmer and happier. It also gives you inner peace. The MRI scan proves that mindfulness can create changes on the structure of the brain. On a study conducted by the researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital and [Read More…]

Natural Therapy for All’s Top 10 Health Topics in 2011

By Monica Wilson on January 04, 2012

The year 2011 has been a splendid year for most of us despite some of the negative things that happened in and out of the country. Here at Natural Therapy for All, the past year has been a great time of sharing information and news about our mental and physical health. And before we finally say goodbye to year 2011, let’s take a look back at the top [Read More…]

Self-Control Secrets for Sustainable New Year’s Resolutions

By Lisa Franchi on December 29, 2011

3 days to go and its 2012! Have you thought of your New Year’s resolution? You must be thinking of starting right this coming year – eating healthy, going away from cigarettes and alcohol, and managing all other aspects of your life. There must be something about the New Year that makes us so hopeful and optimistic about our future. Whatever it i [Read More…]

Unusual Fruits to Thrive in Year 2012

By Amy Taylor on December 29, 2011

Few more days to go and its 2012! You must be all curious about the latest in next year’s fashion line. What colours would be ‘in’ and what type of clothes will be favoured by the world’s top designers? But other than these, you may also want to take a peek on the fashionable fruits and vegetables this coming year! Next year, we will [Read More…]

How to Lose Excess Festive Weight

By Helen Holmes on December 29, 2011

The Christmas season happens only once a year. There’s no wonder why many of us prepare for this festive day. Ham and cheeses are everywhere. Sweets, pies, chocolates, and cookies – everyone’s excited to grab a bite! But did you know that a single Christmas lunch can take you three months to burn off the fats? It takes Three Months to Burn [Read More…]

Charities to Lend An Ear during the Christmas Season

By Amy Taylor on December 24, 2011

The festive season is upon us. It is a time of making merry and coming together as family and friends to celebrate. However, there is also a dark side to this season. Luckily, three charities, namely Samaritans, ChildLine and Lifeline are on standby to deal with almost 10,000 calls for help during the Christmas season. These three services will have people w [Read More…]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Study Withdrawn By the Journal Who Published It

By Sharon Moore on December 23, 2011

After 2 years, a journal withdrew a study that it published regarding Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and its relationship with a known type of virus. According to them, the data was contaminated and the results had not been replicated.   Failed Study on CFS In year 2009, a study which was published in Science, showed a link between a type of virus an [Read More…]

Acupuncture Really Reduces Stress

By Helen Holmes on December 22, 2011

Acupuncture has long been used to help people reduce their stress levels. But there was no scientific study that has given strong basis if this is really true. Well, not anymore. Just recently scientists affirmed what most of us believe is true. Indeed, acupuncture really reduces stress. New Study Reveals Acupuncture Actually Reduces Stress The study wa [Read More…]

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