18.4.2019 12:37 pm
A well-designed office can result in a calming, more productive work environment.
Does staring at great pieces of art make you more productive? The short answer is yes. Research by Exeter University’s School of Psychology in the UK found that people who work in spaces that are decorated with art or plants are 17% more productive than those who work in spaces that are bare and functional. Art provides a talking point within a room, affects the mood of a space and can reduce stress.
Rutgers University has said that shoulder, ankle, and knee injuries are common complaints.
Amazingly it involves no weights, no jogging and no aerobics.
The study further shows six percent of curtains contain drug-resistant superbugs.
Studies have shown, these are the three items of gym equipment most likely to cause you an injury.
We often mistake hunger for dehydration and reach for sugary snacks instead of a refreshing glass of water.
The information could lead to highly effective, individually targetted cures for cancer.
Stretching for five minutes before you go to bed will help relax your body, making it easier to fall asleep.
Humans are more likely to assume good-looking people are better in bed and have fewer STDs.
What many people don’t realise is that running is one of the hardest sports on one’s body.
Dr Dulcy Rakumakoe shares advice on reader questions.
The recommendation is that everyone six months of age or older be vaccinated annually against influenza during the winter months.
The organisation says prescribing them is a ‘misuse of public funds’.
‘This is some of the first evidence that people with obesity are blatantly dehumanised,’ said study author.