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Diets Don’t Work In The Long-term, But Lifestyle Changes Do

For decades, diet conversations globally have ranged from the simple and straightforward to elaborate and convoluted, the latter sometimes even bordering on crazy. In...

Tips To Start A Healthy Lifestyle

By Martin William Health is one of the most important assets of life and shouldn’t be compromised for anything. Unfortunately, it's sad to see that...

Resolving Arguments By End Of The Day Reduces Emotional Response

If you want a longer, healthier life then resolve your arguments by end of the day as it reduces the emotional response associated with...

Small Daily Stressors Likely To Benefit The Brain

Some people report feeling no stress at all, but there may be downsides to this feeling of feeling always super-charged, say researchers. The study...

Young Indians Feel Mental Health Issues Can Hit As Early As Their Teenage Years

A recent survey has found that 77 percent of Indians feel that the current level of conversations and initiatives around mental health in India...

Study: Mental Well-Being Impacted By Pandemic’s Social Consequences

As the country continues to battle the coronavirus, young adults in college say that their mental well-being has been most impacted by the pandemic's...

Nature Has The Ultimate Power To Improve Mental Well-Being

Did the pandemic get you down? A little nature could help. A team of researchers suggests that pandemic hasn't decreased the power of nature...

Adults Feel Competent By Posting Photos On Facebook

Older adults who post more pictures on Facebook may feel more competent and that may lead to significantly higher levels of well-being in general,...

Study: Keeping Plants At Home Can Keep You Mentally Healthy

If you love having plants at home, then there is good news for you as a new study suggests that plants at home can...

Study: Psychological Well-Being Declined More In Men

Psychological well-being could affect both genders but it declined more in men as compared to women during the second wave of the pandemic, a...

Autonomy-Supportive Parenting Contributes Positive Well-Being Of Children

Researchers have found that autonomy-supportive parenting, or offering meaningful choices when possible, contributed to the positive well-being of both children and parents. "We explored...

Travel Can Make You More Happier Than Others

Do you travel frequently? If so, then there are chances that you are leading a much happier life than those who don't venture out...

Smartphones Can Find Link Between Individuals’ Daily Spiritual Experiences & Well-Being

Smartphones not only reveal your screen time, chat history or gaming preferences but are a useful tool to find a link between individuals' daily...

Kindness Can be Good for Health, Well-Being: Study

In a major study, the researchers have revealed that performing acts of kindness and helping other people can be good for people's health and...

Sadhguru: Youth is the Most Alive, Idealistic, and Energetic

Spiritual leader and author Sadhguru believes in the potential of the youth. "Youth has enormous potential. If we can inspire them to identify with humanity...

87% Indian Adults Believe Online Gaming Affects Physical, Mental Well-Being: Survey

About 87 per cent adults in Indian cities believe that online gaming takes a toll on their physical and mental well-being, showed a survey...

International Nurses Day: Tips for Physical and Mental Well-Being of Nurses

By Puja Gupta To acknowledge the contributions and commitments of the nurses, the World Health Organisation announced 2020 as the "Year of Nurses and Midwives". With...

Your Tweets Can Reveal The Level of Your Loneliness

 Researchers have found that users who tweet on loneliness are much more likely to write about mental well-being issues and things like struggles with...

Just Spending 2 Hours a Week in Nature can Work Wonders for Health, Well-Being

If you are looking for that elusive secret to good health and wellbeing, your search may stop now as a new large-scale study has...

What to Do About Medicare If You Are Still Working in 2019

These days, more seniors are continuing to work well past 65, the age of Medicare eligibility. With longer life expectancies and jobs that are...

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