Regardless of their weight, women with higher self-compassion have better body image and are better able to cope with life’s ups and downs, according to new research.
A new independent survey has found that nearly all the food products labelled ‘natural’ had substantial levels of GMOs in them
Regular physical workouts are good for the brain, researchers say, helping to alleviate depression and also maintain memory and communication skills.
A combination of five key healthy behaviours is associated with a reduction in the risk of developing bowel cancer by more than a third
Cooking with foods and ingredients that have been scientifically proven to leave you feeling fuller could help with cravings and weight control; try these suggestions
When the world makes you crazy, helpful herbal remedies can be just the thing to calm things down; here’s some great recommendations.
The bad news? It can take 30 years from the emergence of a toxic chemical to seeing it finally withdrawn. The good news? Public engagement can speed the process up!
Making ourselves busy can be the most wonderfully clever strategy for avoiding something that really needs attention in our lives.
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