Alone But Not Lonely: 10 Ways to Enjoy Your Own Company
Being alone does not have to be lonely. 10 tips on how to turn the hours spent on your own into a time of recharge and growth.
SURVEY: Millennials Are Lonelier and Have Fewer Friends
Survey sets out to find which generation is the loneliest, and what the reasons for this may be.
The Parable of the Survivor: Why You Should Never Give Up
We may sometimes feel like the world is falling down on us but this next parable will make clear why in moments like this you shouldn't give up.
How Spending Some Time Alone is Good For Your Health
Many people are scared of spending time alone, but research actually shows that it is really good for your health. Here's why...
If You're Lonely, Your Risk of Diabetes Could Increase!
A recent study has discovered a surprising relationship between loneliness and the development of type 2 diabetes. Find out more here.
After Losing His Wife, Man Writes Tips to Fight Loneliness
90 year old man combats loneliness by keeping himself busy with these helpful tips.
Depression Can Be Eased By Taking a Hot Bath, Study Finds
A small study conducted at the University of Freiburg has found that taking a daily bath might be good for depression. Read more about the study here.
Age-Related Cognitive Decline Might Be a Reversible Thing!
Age-related cognitive decline is something we've all come to accept, but a new study has shown that the process might just be reversible. Read on for more.
Forget Apples! It's an Egg a Day That Keeps the Doc Away!
According to new research, it could actually be an egg a day that keeps the doctor away.Find out more here!
Trouble Falling Asleep? Try White Noise
If you're sensitive to sound or live on a busy street, white noise may be the ideal aid to get better sleep.
Have You Ever Tried Duck Eggs? Here’s Why You Should
Duck eggs are becoming increasingly popular, and it turns out they are also highly nutritious even more so than chicken eggs.
Now It’s Official: Study Finds Gardening Makes You Happier
It's no secret spending time outdoors is beneficial for mental health, but a new Princeton study makes it official - those who garden are happier.
How Blue Light Really Affects Your Sleep and Health
You have probably heard that blue light coming from screens is 'bad for us'. But how does it work and what are the exact health risks? Find out
Friendship Might Be One of the Secrets to Healthy Aging
A recent study finds that senior individuals with exceptionally good memory and cognitive function are the ones with strong relationships.
Treating the REAL Cause of Obesity Nobody’s Talking About
Doctors find an integrated treatment for depression and obesity more effective
Have New Studies Found a Link Between Eggs & Breast Cancer?
Have studies discovered a link between eating eggs and breast cancer?
New Study Sheds Light on Cancer & Link to Inflammation
Is there a connection between chronic inflammation and cancer.
Science Has Just Revealed Another Reason to Love Broccoli!
Researchers have just discovered yet another way that broccoli can help boost your health. Read all about it here.
Determine If You're a Type D Personality With This Guide
The D in Type D personality stands for "distress", which refers to the heightened level of the emotion that Type D people tend to feel. Find out more here.
How to Get Past Your Worst Memories and Start Healing
Bad experiences are part and parcel of life, but there are ways to diminish their presence in your mind. Here are awesome methods for eradicating bad memories.
You'll Be Happy That You Adopted These Beauty Habits...
There are certain simple beauty habits that you can adopt, and your skin will absolutely love you for it!
Science Shows That Touching is Vital For Your Well-Being
Touching is vital for human development in children, and it's also vital for the strength of familial and romantic relationships. Learn more here.
These Bodily Functions Are Beyond Our Power
Do you know why we experience these bodily functions? Find out here!
Sticking to One Doctor Could Help Prolong Your Life!
Keeping the same doctor rather than switching between different ones has a noticeable effect on mortality rates. Find out more here.
Red Meat Allergens Can Increase Heart Disease Risk
Red meat has long been linked to heart disease, but a new study marks the first time that the allergens it contains can increase the risk of contracting it.
Sleeping in At the Weekend Could Prevent an Early Death
According to some recent research, getting yourself more sleep at the weekend might help to reduce the risk of an early death. Find out more here!