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Cherish your friends

Cherish your friends

Friends are not a luxury; they are a necessity. We need friends to maintain our emotional and physical well-being. Studies show that from the most primitive to the most developed societies, friendship has a protective, positive effect on people. In fact, friends can even help to each other healthy. Research studies in the US performed by […]

Cut Down on Caffeine

Cut Down on Caffeine

If you drink more than one cup of coffee a day, you could be hooked on the most widely used drug in the world: caffeine.   Caffeine takes effect in about thirty minutes and lasts from two to eight hours. It stimulates alertness chemicals in the brain, and that perks you up. But it also […]

Myths About Allergy

Myths About Allergy

Allergies often seem vague in origin and unpredictable in response. So it’s not surprising that several misconceptions about their causes and cure exist. The common myths about allergies are described below:   Allergies are psychosomatic. Although hay fever affects your eyes and nose, allergies aren’t `all in your head.’ An allergy is a real medical […]

The Harmful Effects of the Wrong Type...

The Harmful Effects of the Wrong Type of Protein

The mistake we make often is to get far too much of our protein from animal sources such as meat and milk. Not only is vegetable protein of a higher quality than animal protein, but good health can be maintained on a smaller amount of it. This reduces cost, wastes less energy in digestion, and […]

Go….where you’ve never go...

Go….where you’ve never gone before …..

  The next time you’re alone, sit back and think: Is there something you’ve always wanted to do but kept putting off for one excuse or another? Do you have a deep dream you have alway wanted to live? What would you love to do with your life if you had the time and resources? Almost […]

Adopt an Eskimo Diet

Adopt an Eskimo Diet

A study published online in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (Mar. 23, 2011) looking for a link between Eskimos and the low incidence of heart disease focussed attention on their diet, which is rich in fish.   The study indicated that the cold-water fish Eskimos eat protects them against cardiovascular disease. Cold-water fish are loaded […]

Worry for 30 minutes

Worry for 30 minutes

Millions of people worry away long stretches of the day. And most worries are about things that never happen. Yet while people worry about what might happen — developing health problems related to anxiety along the way — life slips by unlived. A Pennsylvania State University psychologist has developed a practical plan that can help […]

Keeping Your Brain Young, Try This

Keeping Your Brain Young, Try This

You probably don’t give it much thought, but your brain needs good nutrition, workout, and good sleep, as much as any other major muscle group — only these can help boost creativity, memory and keep the brain young.   Excess dietary fat, especially saturated fat, usually clogs the arteries reducing the blood flow to the […]

Pay Attention to Your Body’s Si...

Pay Attention to Your Body’s Signals

Constipation is a common condition that can affect people of all ages. It means not passing stools as often as one normally does, having to strain more than usual or being unable to completely empty the bowels.   If bowels do not regularly push the waste out, the entire digestive system can become unhealthy. Waste […]

Rediscover childhood

Rediscover childhood

If you carry your childhood with you, you never become older  — Sir Tom Stopparde