Unrelieved pain contributes more to human suffering than any other disease; it’s time to understand more about what causes it.
Critics say it has been corrupted from its Buddhist roots, but mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MCBT) is helping people to avoid relapses into depression.
There are many wonderful ways to eat barley. This risotto recipe is adapted by nutritionist Daphne Lambert from an ancient Roman cookbook.
This delicious recipe is full of functional foods to help boost your resistance to allergens in hayfever season.
Evidence is growing of a link between the world’s most widely used herbicide – Roundup – and Colony Collapse Disorder in bees. Is there a human health threat too?
It’s a question that needs to be asked: if you don’t eat them are GMOs OK? The answer is definitely NO!
Noise is the most common cause of hearing loss. Here are some simple tips for taking care of your hearing during the festival season.
Splinters come in all shapes and sizes and most of the time they are easy to remove with the right tools and technique.
Several herbs can help relieve uncomfortable symptoms that are common to pregnancy and birth. Here’s what you can – and can’t – use.
Herbal remedies have a long history of use in treating a range of discomforts and health problems that women experience throughout their lives.
There’s a very clear distinction between being ‘busy’ and being ‘productive’ – can you spot it in your own life?
A thought for ‘Blue Monday’: Depression is just one of many things that can result from a denial of the interdependent nature of our relationships.
Whether you are eating them or putting them on your skin antioxidants have verifiable benefits for both health and beauty.
While there is still only scant published research into flower remedies, many people who use them report remarkable results.
Food packaging is a minefield of misinformation – being aware of what you eat, and why, is the only way to avoid being fooled.
An unremarkable study shines a spotlight on corporate science