10 Excellent Natural Remedies for Heartburn
Here are some great ways to prevent or treat heartburn naturally, without the negative side effects that come with the regular use of antacids and other medications for heartburn.
12 Easy Ways to Prevent Migraines
Migraines can throw off or even ruin whole days or important events in your life. Luckily, there are some easy natural ways that are proven to help prevent and treat migraines.
12 Potassium-Rich Foods for Heart and Brain Health, Less Cellulite and More
Eating two to three servings daily of potassium-rich foods helps prevent high blood pressure, according to reports from The Journal of Clinical Hypertension.
6 Powerful Remedies for Seasonal Allergies
All of us experience allergies at one point or another in our life. Find relief to seasonal allergies by applying these six powerful remedies.
Two Workouts That Will Literally Make you Younger
We all know that exercise is good for our health, but there are two specific types of exercise that research has proven to have the most anti-aging benefits: strength training and HIIT.
10 Famous People with ADHD
ADHD is a serious mental health condition and these statistics aren’t anything to take lightly, but it doesn’t mean everyone with an attention-deficit condition is doomed to fail.
The 5 Most Slimming Supplements for Women
There are certain supplements that have been scientifically proven to be the best for women’s health and weight loss.
5 Ways Vitamin D Keeps You Young and Healthy
More and more research is confirming that vitamin D is even more crucial for our health and well-being than we thought.
Are Nitrates In Your Food Bad For You?
Recently more people have been worried about nitrates in food. Some people may think that concern over nitrates in food is relatively recent, but debates over its presence in consumables have been around since the 1970’s.
Low Carb Not Low Fun: Go out to Dinner at These Keto Friendly Restaurants
Sticking to your diet doesn’t mean you’re forced to stay home. Different eating establishments cater to individual styles of eating.
Helpful Hormones: The Ultimate Guide to Hormone Therapy for Men
In this guide, we’re going over what you need to know about hormone therapy for men.
7 Brilliant Tips and Tricks on How to Get More Deep Sleep
Everyone’s sleeping needs are different, but to function properly during the day, you need at least 5-6 hours of sleep.
10 Health Benefits of Golf (Some May Surprise You!)
Didn’t know that golfing was the perfect exercise? Keep reading as we break down the top 10 health benefits of golf.
What it Means to Take Charge of Your Life
Our modern world can be a crazy, confusing and sometimes dangerous place. It’s easy to get swept up in the chaos. But how do we avoid it?
5 Self Improvement Tips You Need to Try to Live Your Best Life
According to a recent study, a shockingly sad 85% of people say they suffer from a lack of self-confidence. Are you one of them?
Writers Beware! 5 Dangerous Effects of Sitting Too Long
Not saying you’ve ever done this, but in case you have, there are some things you might want to know about the effects of sitting too long before you decide to let 5 hours pass without moving.
Working 9 to 5: How to Relieve Back Pain at Your Desk
Keep reading to learn our top tips for getting rid of nagging back pain at work!
Positivity Prevails! How to Properly Deal with Negative Online Reviews
For 6 of our top tips on staying positive in the face of negative online reviews, keep reading!
The life-saving treatment that’s being thrown in the trash
Diagnosed with leukaemia in his early 40s, Chris Lihosit was saved by umbilical cord blood from three babies. But why is cord blood banking still the exception rather than the norm? Bryn Nelson finds out.
Print your own body parts
For people who are missing limbs, 3D printing can make new prosthetics – faster, cheaper and better. It could transform mobility for millions around the world, reports Ian Birrell.
How France is persuading its citizens to get vaccinated
One in three French people think vaccines are unsafe, but across the country vaccine coverage is rising. Alex Whiting looks at how France is fighting back against vaccine scepticism.
Bad bosses: Dealing with abusive supervisors
From the boardroom to the basketball court, some managers rely on berating and bullying employees. Researchers have learned one thing: It doesn’t work.
Always look on the bright side of life
How a positive outlook may buffer us from stress and ward off health problems
Top 10 secrets about stress and health
The strain of life — from everyday conflicts to major losses — can stretch our well-being to the breaking point. Here’s what scientists know, and still don’t know, about the stress-illness connection.
Lovely grub: are insects the future of food?
Emily Anthes braves locusts, beetles, mealworms and more as she asks whether eating insects is the answer to feeding ever more humans and livestock.
Fake drugs: the global industry putting your life at risk
The manufacture and distribution of medicines is a global industry, tainted by fake and substandard products. Not only might these drugs not work as expected, but some are even contributing to antimicrobial resistance.
The man who is ageing too fast
Nobuaki Nagashima has Werner syndrome, which causes his body to age at super speed.
How going hungry affects children for their whole lives
Food poverty is on the rise in rich countries. And evidence suggests the impact can last for years afterwards.
How can you treat someone who doesn’t accept they are ill?
Laws are being passed in the USA that make it possible to compel people to receive treatment for health problems they don’t believe they have.
This is what it’s like to be struck by lightning
If you’re hit by lightning, there’s a nine in ten chance you’ll survive. But what are the lasting effects of being exposed to hundreds of millions of volts? Charlotte Huff investigates.
How to fall to your death and live to tell the tale
Slipping in the shower, tripping down the stairs, taking a tumble in the supermarket – falls kill over 420,000 people per year and hospitalise millions more. We can’t eliminate all falls, so we must to learn to fall better.
Is the dark really making me sad?
How do Scandinavians deal with long, dark winters? And what might this teach us about the relationship between our moods and sunlight? By Linda Geddes.
The fat city that declared war on obesity
Oklahoma has lost a million pounds of fat. Ian Birrell meets the mayor who piled on the pounds then launched a healthy living crusade and changed his city’s infrastructure. But can even this defeat our century’s biggest health curse?
The cost of pure water
Ghana has plenty of water. So why do its people buy plastic pouches from street vendors? Shaun Raviv investigates.
How do the buildings in which we work affect us emotionally and physically?
Better spaces for mental health
Clinical psychologist Lucy Maddox asks: how can we move away from mental health clinics that are dark, sad and scary?