With lockdown still fresh in our minds, and financial pressure closing in on most industries, it's not difficult to understand how people are more tense these days...
A simple office discord, or if you're dealing with a psychological issue, can seem like a monstrous obstacle that consumes your thoughts and general mood.
But there's a decoration that could help you feel less stressed and anx... ››› more
The most common and widely available vitamin is also one of most powerful natural cancer-fighting tools at your disposal.
It helps to regulate cell division, which means a lower chance of errors when it comes to cells replicating themselves.
...And thus a lower chance they become mutant and cancerous.
It also regulates the growth and differentiation of tumour cells. Study finds men with ... ››› more
If you like dairy foods - or have increased your intake to help prevent weak bones, it's important that you know that studies have shown a link to prostate cancer from dairy intake.
But it doesn't mean you have to cut out all dairy from your diet... Initially, researchers thought it was calcium that increased risk of prostate cancer...
Early studies cast suspicion on calcium supplements when... ››› more
While prostate cancer is a relatively common occurrence among men in general, only a very small percentage of these men develop a clinically significant form of prostate cancer.
In many cases doctors advise men to adopt active surveillance - which means instead of rushing to remove the prostate or fight the cancer, you watch to see whether it's even necessary.
Early stage cancer is very tr... ››› more
Rather than spending unnecessary money on beauty creams and serums, start focusing on the foods you're putting into your body instead.
One recent study found eating at least five portions of fruit and vegetables every day can add three years to your life!
Keep reading below to find out about 4 other specific foods that could help you slow the ageing process... Could you look and feel a decad... ››› more
It's delicious and versatlie. You can add it to stews, pasta or stir fry, blend it to make a creamy sauce or delicious soup, serve it as a side-dish or topping, or just enjoy it as a main with a creamy cheese sauce!
Made famous by French haute cuisine chefs in the 19th century, but used in kitchens all over Asia for centuries before that - and by traditional doctors too, this food is by no ... ››› more
While vitamin C is essential to boost your immune system, there is one other important vitamin that could help you fight off a Coronavirus infection - and help improve your chances of survival.
Zinc may come to mind - albeit a mineral, not a vitamin... Some research has shown that like vitamin C, zinc could help reduce the flu-like symptoms... It's been shown to prevent the virus from multiply... ››› more
Migraines impair your ability to do your job well, and for some people, they're so delibitating, it renders them unable to function at all.
Migraines can be caused by anything from food allergies to hormones and even the weather. But regardless of the trigger, there's a herb you can try that's been shown to reduce migraines by almost half! Introducing the herb that could halve the number of hea... ››› more
For the past two to three decades, researchers have demonstrated that the offending proteins (including gluten, gliadin and glutenins) found in wheat, rye, barley, spelt, triticale, kamut, and possibly oats, can cause symptoms and sometimes full-blown diseases that reach far beyond celiac disease.
These diseases can affect nearly any area of the body, not just the intestinal tract. They are oft... ››› more
Studies show that influenza virus, SARS-coronavirus (SARS-CoV), poliovirus, respiratory syncytial virus and picornaviruses can be stopped at cellular level by increasing levels of this cheap mineral in your body. The mineral you should take now to protect yourself against viral attacks...
The medical researchers from the Molecular Virology Laboratory at the Centre of Infectious Diseases in th... ››› more
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