22.10.2019 01:41 pm
In today’s digital age, we’re losing the ability to switch off from our work.
It’s normal to feel stressed at work from time to time. But for some people, the stress becomes all-consuming, leading to exhaustion, cynicism and hatred towards your job. This is known as burnout.
A Boston University study found that daily consumption of sugary beverages affects the brain. Researchers found that people who drink diet soda daily are almost three times as likely to develop stroke and dementia than those who do not drink diet soda.
The findings showed that memory scores were significantly worse for participants living in areas with high levels of NO2 and PM10.
Deaths from any cause, but specifically from heart diseases, were recorded for an average of 12 years.
The ‘distorted relationship between food and nutrition’ has left almost 700 million people overweight, the Pope said.
Studies have shown that males are more vulnerable to adverse prenatal environments.
You really don’t need expensive equipment or a gym membership – there are simple things that you can do in the comfort of your home.
If left untreated, diabetes can eventually cause heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness and nerve damage.
When choosing a supplement, it’s important to buy a formula that has been clinically tested and proven to be well absorbed.
Another healthy option according to Kayla is replacing dessert with fruit, Greek yogurt, and honey.
Research has shown that people eating in groups may consume up to 48% more food than those eating alone.
According to organisers, The Love Sex Expo is ‘a fun and entertaining adult-themed exhibition’.
As a teenage boy in the ’80s, I had good reason to suspect that female breasts were the most exciting things on earth.
How is it that humans born with a miracle body can stoop so low as to ruin vital parts that keep them alive?