What It’s Really Like To Live With Dementia
What It’s Really Like To Live With Dementia
in Diseases & Conditions by Catherine Bailey, Katie Brittain, and Sue Tiplady, Northumbria University, Newcastle
More than 225,000 people develop dementia every year – that’s roughly one person every three minute. At the moment,…
10 Ways to Joyfully Increase Your Strength and Vitality
10 Ways to Joyfully Increase Your Strength and Vitality
in Health & Wellness by Nomi Bachar
Each one of us, I believe, wants to enjoy a healthy body. A body that expresses strength and vitality is a source of…
Good sleep is essential for our mental well-being. Just one night of disturbed sleep can leave us feeling cranky, flat, worried, or sad the next day.
Evidence Suggests A Strong Link Between Anxiety And Depression And Sleep Problems
in Health & Wellness by Joanna Waloszek and Monika Raniti, University of Melbourne
Good sleep is essential for our mental well-being. Just one night of disturbed sleep can leave us feeling cranky, flat,…
What Comes First: The Free-range Chicken Or The Free-range Egg?
What Comes First: The Free Range Chicken Or The Free Range Egg?
in Food & Nutrition by Rachel A. Ankeny and Heather Bray, University of Adelaide
Many shoppers buy free-range eggs because they think the eggs are superior, rather than out of explicit concern for the…
How To Actually Beat Time by Slowing Down
How To Actually Beat Time By Slowing Down
in Leisure & Creativity by Wendy Lustbader, MSW
It is hard to stop hurrying mentally toward the next task, fretting about something in the future, or ruminating over…
4 Ways Junk Food Brands Influence Kids Online
4 Ways Junk Food Brands Influence Kids Online
in Food & Nutrition by Teresa Davis, University of Sydney
If a stranger offered a child free lollies in return for their picture, the parent would justifiably be angry. When…
Research Shows Maintaining The Same Weight As You Age Has Health Benefits
Research Shows Maintaining The Same Weight As You Age Has Health Benefits
in Health & Wellness by Adina L Feldman, University of Cambridge
It is well known that losing weight reduces your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Our latest research shows that…
How To Prepare For The Fainting Days Of Summer
How To Prepare For The Fainting Days Of Summer
in Health & Wellness by William B. Farquhar, University of Delaware
Over one million Americans faint every year, and countless more do worldwide. Fear, pain, the sight of blood or…
You Are Already A Healer: It Is Time To Reclaim Who You Are
You Are Already A Healer: It Is Time To Reclaim Who You Are
in Healing Disciplines by Barbara E. Savin
My body was crying out for healing and for me to allow my passion and purpose to come forward. This was not an easy…
How Our Gut Bacteria Affect Your Cancer Risk
How Your Gut Bacteria Affects Your Cancer Risk
in Diseases & Conditions by Hannah Rose Wardill, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute and Rachel Jane Gibson, University of South Australia
The trillions of bacteria living in our gut (called the gut microbiota) can help determine our risk of cancer, as well…
Live A More Bountiful Life by Working Less and Earning Less
Live A More Bountiful Life by Working Less and Earning Less
in Prosperity & Finance by David Gross, Shareable
Nine years ago, I started living a more bountiful life by working less, earning less, and spending less. I started by…
Succeeding with your Vision, Project, or Goal
Succeeding with your Vision, Project, or Goal
in Career & Success by Alan Seale
When you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: Your mind…
What Science Tells Us About Successful Aging
What Science Tells Us About Successful Aging
in Diseases & Conditions by Bradley Elliott, University of Westminster
There have been some noteworthy examples of successful human aging in the press recently.
Just What Is This Thing Called Success and How Do You Know When You've Succeeded?
Just What Is Success and How Do You Know When You've Succeeded?
in Career & Success by Lucinda Bassett
Think about your life exactly as it is, and do an honest evaluation. Are you happy with the way your life is going…
The Curious Character Of Cats. Are They Are Really More Aloof?
The Curious Character Of Cats. Are They Really More Aloof?
in Pets & You by Jenna Kiddie, Anglia Ruskin University
To some people, cats are the perfect pet. Intelligent, elegant, calming companions, capable of dealing with their own…
Why Energy Drinks And Alcohol Are Psychologically A Risky Mix
Why Energy Drinks And Alcohol Are Psychologically A Risky Mix
in Food & Nutrition by Pierre Chandon, INSEAD – Sorbonne Universités; et al.
People who add energy drinks to alcohol have a higher risk of injury from car accidents and fights, compared to those…
How To Embrace Our Vision & Allow It To Expand
How To Embrace Your Vision and Allow It To Expand
in Leisure & Creativity by David Ulrich
The manner in which we approach our work is highly revealing and immediately evident to the sensitive viewer; our…
Whole Detox For Your Whole Self: Psychological and Physical
How Does Detox Affect More Than Your Physical Body?
in Food & Nutrition by Deanna Minich
The most scientific approach to healing doesn’t ever focus on just one small part of the human body, let alone ignore…
Photo by Musée du Cacao et du Chocolat, used with permission.
Is Enjoying Your Food Important To Your Health and Metabolism?
in Healing Diet by Marc David
Vitamin P—pleasure—is a vital element that makes our meals nutri­tionally complete and makes life worth living. Like…
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Does Knowing Junk Food By Name Raise Kids’ Obesity Risk?
in Health & Wellness by Jared Wadley, University of Michigan
Young children who recognize food name brands, like Lucky Charms, M&M’s, and Cheetos are more likely to make unhealthy…
Could Taking Vitamins In Huge Doses Produce A Health Miracle After All?
Could Taking Vitamins In Huge Doses Produce A Health Miracle After All?
in Herbs & Supplements by Peter McCaffery, University of Aberdeen
For decades, some people have embraced the idea that there might be major health benefits from taking vitamins in…
Opportunities to Heal Your Life "In Synch" with Spiritual Truth
How To Heal Your Life "In Synch" with Your Spiritual Truth
in Healing Disciplines by William R. Yoder
A health "crisis" whether a physical, mental, emotional, relationship, or financial crisis in our lives — forces us to…
The Urban Common Spaces That Show Us We Belong to Something Larger
The Urban Common Spaces That Show Us We Belong to Something Larger
in Home & Garden by Sarah van Gelder, YES! Magazine
We must protect the parks, pathways, and gardens that connect us to each other and to the ecosystems of our home.
Why Brain Stimulation Isn't What It's Cracked Up To Be
Why Brain Stimulation Isn't What It's Cracked Up To Be
in Healing Disciplines by Martin Héroux, Neuroscience Research Australia; et al
Interest in electrical brain stimulation has skyrocketed in recent years, both in the popular media and scientific…
What's The Most Exceptional Thing You've Done Today?
What's The Most Exceptional Thing You've Done Today?
in Career & Success by Robert K. Cooper
A distinctive, learning-filled life results from a succession of small, specific choices made each day. There's a world…
How Instagram Could Help Us Stick To Our Diets
How Instagram Could Help Us Stick To Our Diets
in Healing Diet by Jennifer Langston, University of Washington
People post millions of food photos on Instagram every day. New research suggests this could be a way to track food…
0Antibiotic Resistance Is A Problem Not Just In Hospitals
Antibiotic Resistance Is A Problem Not Just In Hospitals
in Diseases & Conditions by Oliver van Hecke and Christopher Butler, University of Oxford
There are almost weekly alerts of the global threat of antibiotic resistance. They are often abstract and difficult for…
What Can Your Doctor Tell From Your Urine?
What Can Your Doctor Tell From Your Urine?
in Diseases & Conditions by Rob Eley and Michael Sinnott, The University of Queensland
Doctors request a urine test to help diagnose and treat a range of conditions including kidney disorders, liver…
From Blood Letting To Brain Stimulation: 200 Years Of Parkinson's Disease Treatment
From Blood Letting To Brain Stimulation: 200 Years Of Parkinson's Disease Treatment
in Diseases & Conditions by Lyndsey Collins-Praino, University of Adelaide
Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after dementia, affecting more than ten million…
New Research Suggests Soy Protein Could Ease Irritable Bowel Diseases?
New Research Suggests Soy Protein Could Ease Irritable Bowel Diseases?
in Healing Diet by Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State
Eating a diet that includes foods containing soy protein may work to alleviate some symptoms of inflammatory bowl…
Meet The Women Behind Famous Male Writers
Meet The Women Behind Famous Male Writers
in Leisure & Creativity by Camilla Nelson, University of Notre Dame Australia
It started when an American academic noticed how frequently the acknowledgements sections of weighty academic tomes…
5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Workday
5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Workday
in Career & Success by Mary Barrett, University of Wollongong
Getting a lot done each day is about more than just having the right productivity tools and setup. It’s about taking…
Who Really Chooses What You Eat – You Or Do Your Gut Microbes?
Who Really Chooses What You Eat – You Or Your Gut Microbes?
in Food & Nutrition by Tim Spector, King's College London
Most of us believe in free will, particularly when it comes to our eating habits. That’s why most people don’t regard…
Hormone Therapy Benefits Older Women Prone To Fractures
Can Hormone Therapy Benefit Older Women Prone To Fractures?
in Diseases & Conditions by David Hill, University at Buffalo
Postmenopausal women at the highest genetic risk for fractures benefit the most from hormone therapy, research shows.
Special Glasses Demonstrate The Possible Eye Damage From Diabetes To Patients
Special Glasses Demonstrate The Possible Eye Damage From Diabetes To Patients
in Diseases & Conditions by Mike Williams, Rice University
A set of snap-together glasses will help doctors demonstrate the effects of diabetic retinopathy, an eye disease that…
tumeric 4 25Can Turmeric Really Shrink Tumors, Reduce Pain And Kill Bacteria?
Can Turmeric Really Shrink Tumors, Reduce Pain And Kill Bacteria?
in Food & Nutrition by Gunveen Kaur, Deakin University
Turmeric is a yellow coloured spice widely used in Indian and South East Asian cuisine. It’s prepared from the root of…
Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?
Are You Vulnerable to Burnout?
in Diseases & Conditions by Gail McMeekin
Too much of either positive or negative stress can result in stress overload, commonly known as "burnout." Burnout…
These Gut Microbes May Protect Babies From Infections
These Gut Microbes May Protect Babies From Infections
in Diseases & Conditions by Kara Gavin, University of Michigan
Gut bacteria could influence whether or not babies survive infections of the digestive system, new research with mice…
Research Shows To Treat Hearing Loss, Listen To A Familiar Voice
Research Shows To Treat Hearing Loss, Listen To A Familiar Voice
in Diseases & Conditions by Julia Evangelou Strait, Washington University in St. Louis
As people with hearing loss work to improve their speech recognition, a familiar voice may work better than a generic…
What Should Be Considered Before Axing Meals On Wheels Funds
What Should Be Considered Before Axing Meals On Wheels Funds
in Food & Nutrition by David Campbell and Kristina Lambright, Binghamton University
To justify President Donald Trump’s aim to spend less on social services, Office of Management and Budget Director Mick…
How Female Entrepreneurs Feel Pressure To Act Feminine Online
How Female Entrepreneurs Feel Pressure To Act Feminine Online
in Career & Success by Susan Kelley, Cornell University
Female entrepreneurs report feeling pressure to conduct business online in a traditionally feminine way, a new study…
5 Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather
5 Old-Fashioned Ways to Predict the Weather
in Home & Garden by Lydia Cain, YES! Magazine
In an age where the weather app is a tap away, we don’t need to look far for a forecast. But what if you don’t have…
Why Consumers Need Help To Shift To Sustainable Diets
Why Consumers Need Help To Shift To Sustainable Diets
in Food & Nutrition by Tim Lang, City, University of London
Consumers are in an unprecedented dilemma over food. On the one hand, they have never had it so good
New Study Shows A Quick Round Of Steroids May Bring Big Health Risks
New Study Shows A Quick Round Of Steroids May Bring Big Health Risks
in Herbs & Supplements by University of Michigan
Every year, millions of Americans get short-term prescriptions for steroids, such as prednisone, often for back pain,…

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