Why feeling younger than you are is good for you

One group of researchers even found that people with a lower subjective age have a younger looking brain.

Emile Ratelband made international headlines when he launched a controversial legal battle to change his official date of birth from March 1949 to March 1969, reflecting the fact that he feels 20 years younger. The story probably made some of us laugh, but who can blame him for wanting to share his year of birth with the likes of Jennifer Aniston, Jay-Z, Steffi Graf or even my good self?

Why feeling younger than you are is good for you
Why feeling younger than you are is good for you

Why feeling younger than you are is good for you

One group of researchers even found that people with a lower subjective age have a younger looking brain.

PICS: All the adorable cuteness of this year World of Dogs & Cats expo

PICS: All the adorable cuteness of this year World of Dogs & Cats expo

From a poodle named Daniel Craig to a dog that looks like a floor mop, this year’s expo again paid tribute to pets in all their adorable variety.
Razzle and dazzle at Durban July

Razzle and dazzle at Durban July

Women channelled The Great Gatsby and male partners upped their style game.
Grand White Dinner another big hit

Grand White Dinner another big hit

The event was held at SuperSport Park Stadium in Centurion on Saturday.
Pet cloning is not just for celebrities anymore

Pet cloning is not just for celebrities anymore

After photographer Monni Must’s 28-year-old daughter Miya committed suicide while in the midst of an abusive relationship, the grieving mother adopted Miya’s spunky black Labrador, Billy Bean.
Inxeba shows how far African storytelling still has to go

Inxeba shows how far African storytelling still has to go

Inxeba became a talking point after it was deemed inappropriate by cultural committees and church groups.
Black Panther is a milestone for the film industry

Black Panther is a milestone for the film industry

The film brilliantly represents a myriad of perspectives and arguments.
Your Dis-Chem Healthy Living Supplement

Your Dis-Chem Healthy Living Supplement

Don’t miss Your Healthy Living Supplement brought to you by Dis-Chem.
Will a South African scoop up €248 from American Lottery Jackpots this week?

Will a South African scoop up €248 from American Lottery Jackpots this week?

All five of the biggest US lottery wins have come from two lotteries – the Mega Millions and the Powerball lotteries.
Tv’s and Christmas groceries were the order of #BlackFriday2017

Tv’s and Christmas groceries were the order of #BlackFriday2017

Popular products that filled shopping carts were TVs, fridges and other appliances, besides the usual groceries.
Huawei launches artificial intelligence smartphones in SA

Huawei launches artificial intelligence smartphones in SA

Huawei also entered into partnerships with tech heavyweights to enhance capabilities of its new phones.
Idols SA: down to the final four

Idols SA: down to the final four

With the final showdown being just two weeks away, it truly is a fight to the top for the last remaining contestants.
What stars and influencers think of SAFW

What stars and influencers think of SAFW

Young designers such as Rich Mnisi have left everyone at the fashion showcase gushing.
Which food delivery service is the best?

Which food delivery service is the best?

We put Order In, Uber Eats and Mr Delivery to a quick lunchtime test. Which of these popular delivery services turned out to be the best?
Metro is just the ticket for Paris fashion show

Metro is just the ticket for Paris fashion show

Paris Fashion Week went underground in more ways than one when a rising young avant-garde designer held her show on the city’s Metro.
Investing for millennials: A new app

Investing for millennials: A new app

We take a closer look at Stash, an investment app that’s got young people talking and investing.
Inaugural Jozi Tese Festival takes place at Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens

Inaugural Jozi Tese Festival takes place at Walter Sisulu Botanical Gardens

Zahara, Amanda Black, King Mdu, Kunle Ayo, Daniel Baron, Sai & Ribatone and Rubber Duc will provide entertainment.
What the future of data in SA looks like

What the future of data in SA looks like

Icasa has delivered their draft regulations to the Big Four network companies. How will this affect the price of data for you?
What will DStv do to survive?

What will DStv do to survive?

DStv’s problems aren’t quite the same as TopTV’s were.
New research says SA fathers do take care of their kids

New research says SA fathers do take care of their kids

Despite the country having a high rate of absent fathers, many choose to remain involved in meaningful ways in their children’s lives.
Online matchmaker aims to save Dutch farms with no heirs

Online matchmaker aims to save Dutch farms with no heirs

Standing in his rubber boots in his fields surrounded by his beloved Red Holstein cows, Dutch farmer Gerard Hartveld has an air of resignation as he contemplates the future.
Your daily horoscopes

Your daily horoscopes

Joanne Madeline Moore has been a professional astrologer and writer since 1994. Her daily, weekly and yearly horoscopes are published on five continents.
Hair for the Gods ends up on thinning heads in Europe, Africa

Hair for the Gods ends up on thinning heads in Europe, Africa

It probably started out as hair for the gods in India.
Top soccer stars share their tips for the red carpet

Top soccer stars share their tips for the red carpet

Behind the game of soccer, learning tips and tricks on grooming and looking the part, even when they are not playing.
Your daily horoscopes

Your daily horoscopes

Joanne Madeline Moore has been a professional astrologer and writer since 1994. Her daily, weekly and yearly horoscopes are published on five continents.
SA’s pre-teen queen with ‘rainmaking’ powers

SA’s pre-teen queen with ‘rainmaking’ powers

But Masalanabo Modjadji is no ordinary pre-teen – she is South Africa’s only female traditional ruler, with claims of mystical rainmaking powers.

 

 

 

 

 

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