Green Tea Supplements Fight Flu Infections Better than Vaccinations

By Amy Taylor on November 25, 2011

The flu season is now on its full swing. And almost everyone has their own ways to keep themselves and their family safe from this contagious infection – taking Zinc and vitamin C supplements, or getting vaccinations for those who belong in at-risk groups. On a recent clinical study, it was shown that taking green tea-based supplements can reduce the [Read More…]

Acupuncture Puts Menopause on PAUSE…

By Kathleen Kaye on November 24, 2011

Excessive sweating, nausea, palpitations, bad headaches—among others, are symptoms that women wish they wouldn’t experience in their menopausal years.[1] Unfortunately, as much as 87% of menopausal women experience distressing menopausal symptoms, [2] and for most of these women, even their normal way of living becomes difficult to bear.[3] For [Read More…]

Mental Health Services often Abusive

By Sharon Moore on November 23, 2011

    Patients who are suffering from acute mental illnesses are usually mistreated by the hospital staff in England and Wales. This is according to the latest report from Mind, the leading mental health charity in England. Based on the report, patients have dirty wards and at times, their nurses use undue force while giving them aid. More often t [Read More…]

Can Good Therapists Get Mobile Websites for FREE?

By on November 22, 2011

Do you know how many clients accessed your website through their mobile devices last month? In the latest report about the NTFA traffic flow, we found that about 5% of our visitors accessed our site through their smartphones. You might think this is not a substantial figure but it will be – soon. According to the research made by Berg Insight firm, the [Read More…]

Why Common Air Fresheners May Not Be Good For Your Health

By Amy Taylor on November 18, 2011

    When you walk into the room which has a very pleasant and inviting smell of jasmine and lavender, you feel like you’re in a beautiful garden.  Air fresheners have been significant household accessories.  They play a vital role in keeping your mood as good as possible by releasing sweet-smelling fumes.  In the UK, most hou [Read More…]

Why Joining a Choral Group Makes You Feel Good

By Helen Holmes on November 16, 2011

 Singing can make you feel good and it improves your health. You don’t need to have the voice of a professional artist to experience the positive effects of singing. According to Professor Grenville Hancox of the Sidney De Haan Research Centre for Arts and Health, Canterbury, singing can bring extraordinary changes to people’s life.  He [Read More…]

New Study: Only HIGH Fibre Diet Reduces Risk of Bowel Cancer

By Monica Wilson on November 14, 2011

  When it comes to cereal-based products like breakfast cereals, rice, pasta, bread, and the like – the amount of fibre that can be deduced from them depends on how the grain has been processed. It was found that fibre is mostly found on the outer layer of the grain. Thorough processing of cereal therefore affects the fibre content of the food. B [Read More…]

New Study: Becoming a Dad Helps Men Kick off Unwanted Habits

By Fiona Howard on November 11, 2011

Being a dad can bring a lot of changes to a man’s life. And fortunately, this includes kicking off the old habits. On a very recent study, it was found that fatherhood helps a man cut smoking, drinking, and all those bad habits – even crime! The report came from the University of Oregon. It took 20 years for the researchers to come up with thes [Read More…]

Tips to Know If You are Boring Someone

By Sharon Moore on November 09, 2011

Alas, gone are the days when even your partner’s lamest joke or slightest remark meant heaps for you. As in any relationship, you and your partner were fascinated by the littlest of things about each other—hobbies, interests, quirky habits, and even your favourite food/colour/movie/sport/etc. Lately, though, you notice that it has been a struggle [Read More…]

Meditation Can Literally Change Our Minds

By Monica Wilson on November 07, 2011

The benefits of meditation have long been recognized in most parts of the world.  Many people believe in the ability of meditation to alleviate stress and produce some other health benefits. But just recently, heavier evidence has shown that meditation does more than what it’s supposed to do.  It’s somewhat surprising that meditation ca [Read More…]

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