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Nutrition mistakes that kill 11 million people each year

The food we eat—or do not eat—daily kills 11 million of us prematurely every year. So then, what should we eat?
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Time Robbers and masters of time

How did the phrase “time is money” come to steal the true meaning of time? Time is not money. It is life.
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My mechanisms of resilience

Sometimes it can be tough to handle all that life throws at you—Jurriën den Hollander shares his advice on how to stay resilient no matter what may come your way.
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Food and health with Dr Michael Orlich of the Loma Linda...

When the founders of the Loma Linda University Medical Center in California laid the foundation, their purpose was somewhat paradoxical. Christians to the bone,...
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Laugh your way to a healthier you

Feel good while laughing but not sure why? Science tells us why we should seek out situations which bring out all the ha ha’s.
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The need for control: Between illusion and responsibility

We often seek to have control over all aspects of our lives but this may not always be a good thing. Sometimes we must accept that there are things beyond our control
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Pets: Our help for a better life

Dogs are often called "man's best friend"—but it isn't just canines. Genia Ruscu highlights the benefits that pets can have in your everyday life.
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We’re all exhausted but are you experiencing burnout?

Taking care of your mental health during Covid-19 is an understated priority.
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The good lie

When your loved one suffers from dementia, sometimes lying to them is the virtuous way . . .
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Choosing Happiness

It seems today that happiness is in short supply. But is there a way to make our own joy, even in the hardest of circumstances?
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Realistic Expectations: The secret of lasting relationships

Want a long lasting, healthy relationship? Maybe it's time to take stock of your expectations...
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A generation that breathes anxiety

In the age of Covid-19, anxiety is more common than ever before. But what is it, and how can we learn to live with it?