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    1. How to Not Let the Numbers on Your Scale Get in the Way of Your Fitness Journey

      How to Not Let the Numbers on Your Scale Get in the Way of Your Fitness Journey

      There are a lot of intriguing insights from this Psychology Today article by Leah Katz Ph.D. It's called Why I Broke Up With My Scale.

      In it, she shares some really thought-provoking realizations. Here's one that we found really interesting:

      With the scale away, the mindless, daily act of weighing myself is no longer an option. When I feel the urge, I work through it with counteracting worry thoughts with healthier, grounded ones. I remind myself that my self-worth, and physical health for that matter, go far deeper than the number on any scale. I remind myself ...

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    2. Aussie Company Discovers How to End of Period Pain Forever

      Aussie Company Discovers How to End of Period Pain Forever

      Here's an interesting article from the AFR. It's called Could This Aussie Device End Period Pain Forever?

      There are some really interesting ideas worth talking about here. Here's an excerpt:

      Customers use the Ovira device with two compression pads, which are placed over nerve roots that supply the sensory fibres to the uterus. The company claims it works by imparting a current to prevent the pain signals from travelling to the brain, and causing the muscles in the uterine area to relax, resulting in a calming analgesic effect.

      To learn more about this interesting device, give the ...

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    3. How to Prevent Face Touching In Your Efforts to Prevent Getting Sick

      How to Prevent Face Touching In Your Efforts to Prevent Getting Sick

      Here's a timely article from the Sydney Morning Herald called Not sure how to stop touching your face? Here are four tricks. It's a really interesting piece that's really going to come in handy during the global pandemic that is the Coronavirus.

      In it, Jenny Gross gives us some thoughtful advice on how to stop ourselves from mindlessly touching ourselves in the face an increasing our chances of getting infected by dangerous viruses. Here's a short excerpt:  

      Throughout the day, we touch a lot of surfaces — doorknobs, elevator buttons, subway poles — where viruses, including the new ...

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    4. What You Have to Know About Back Pain

      What You Have to Know About Back Pain

      There are lot of interesting ideas in this article. It's called 10 Facts Every Person Should Know About Back Pain.

      It's got some really thought-provoking insights. Here's one that we thought was particularly interesting:

      Although it is a widespread belief and concern that getting older causes or worsens back pain., research does not support this, and evidence-based treatments can help at any age.

      To learn more, take a look at the rest of this article...

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    5. Artificial Pancreas System Can Help Improve Quality of Life for Diabetes Patients

      Artificial Pancreas System Can Help Improve Quality of Life for Diabetes Patients

      Diabetes patients, rejoice! Soon, you might not need to prick yourselves just be able to know how much insulin to inject.

      This article from Medical Express shares some really interesting results. In it, Dr. Ahmad Haidar shares his amazing discovery. Here's a short excerpt:

      Drawing upon his background in control engineering, Dr. Haidar devised an algorithm that tells the insulin pump how much insulin to release based on the sensor reading entered by the user. He then teamed up with three clinicians in the McGill Faculty of Medicine—Drs. Laurent Legault, Michael Tsoukas, and Jean-Francois Yale—to form the ...

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    6. Fruits That Help You Lose Weight

      Fruits That Help You Lose Weight

      Thought we'd share this interesting article from Mind Valley. It's called 15 Best Fruits for Weight Loss.

      It's a great resource for the health conscious. Here's one point that we just couldn't let pass us by:

      You can consume a lot of fruit during the day provided the fruit you eat does not contain a lot of sugar (such as grapes) or too many carbohydrates (such as bananas and oranges). It is important that your body gets a sufficient amount of fruit not only for weight loss but for health purposes as well.

      For more ...

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    7. All-Natural Stress and Inflammation Reduction Techniques

      All-Natural Stress and Inflammation Reduction Techniques

      In this interesting piece from Clean Food Crush, we learn a couple of fascinating ways to decrease stress and inflammation. It's by Rachel Maser and we thought we should share it with you.

      Here's a short excerpt that we thought we would share:

      Sometimes life gets so busy that we forget to actually do the things we enjoy. It doesn’t have to be extravagant (although that’s up to you!) just do something nice for the sheer enjoyment of it. This could be going on a family camping trip, spending a day hiking outdoors or going to ...

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    8. How to Sleep Better at Midlife

      How to Sleep Better at Midlife

      Dr Northrup's got some really interesting insights in this article. It's called How to Sleep Better at Midlife.

      Here's one point that we just couldn't help but share:

      Your ability to sleep is also profoundly affected by your feelings. At midlife, many women experience increased demands at work and at home. Insomnia and hot flashes are exacerbated by underlying unresolved and unprocessed emotions, such as stress, anxiety, sadness, fear, and anger, and the unfinished business that fuels these symptoms, creating a perfect storm for poor sleep.

      It's a really interesting article. Should you wish to ...

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    9. Better Sleep With Just Four Diet Hacks

      Better Sleep With Just Four Diet Hacks

      Can't get any sleep? Maybe you're not eating right. Luckily, this article from Entrepreneur has some suggestions on dietary habits that can help us hit the hay easier.

      In it, SchnappCorner PR CEO, Cheryll Schnapp Conner shares some of her favourites. This one's particularly interesting:

      If you’re dehydrated, you’re more likely to have a dry, itchy throat that irritates you at night, and even the glass of water at your bedside might not be enough to provide relief. Several extra glasses of water earlier in the day, however, could help. Dehydration can also lead to ...

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    10. How Lutein Helps Both Your Eyesight and Brain Developement

      How Lutein Helps Both Your Eyesight and Brain Developement

      Dr Mercola has some valuable insights in this article. It's called The Importance of Lutein for Eye and Brain Health.

      Here's an example that really got us thinking about how we consume our veggies:

      Ideally, you’ll want to buy the whole food and consume these foods as close to raw as possible, as the lutein (and other carotenoids such as zeaxanthin) are easily damaged by heat. Accessory micronutrients in the foods that enhance their action also tend to get easily damaged.

      Take a look at the rest of this piece to learn more about the benefits of ...

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    11. The Science Behind Nature Deficit Disorder

      The Science Behind Nature Deficit Disorder

      Nature has a lot to give in terms of improving human health. This article from Dr Mercola shares with us some really fascinating insights on this.

      Here's a short excerpt that we thought we should share:

      The term “nature deficit disorder” was coined by journalist Richard Louv, author of “Last Child in the Woods.”5 This is not an actual psychological diagnosis, but rather a term used to describe a lifestyle deficit that contributes to poor psychological and physical health.

      Louv suggested that humans’ alienation from nature led to “diminished use of the senses, attention difficulties and higher rates ...

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    12. Naturapath Recommended Remedies to Painful Arthritis

      Naturapath Recommended Remedies to Painful Arthritis

      This really thought-provoking article from the Power of Positivity is something that we just couldn't help but share. It's called Naturopaths Reveal 15 Remedies to Treat Arthritis Pain.

      It suggests some fascinating ideas. This one's probably one of the more fascinating ones:

      Do you enjoy painting or gardening? Perhaps you like to write. Stress directly links back to the inflammation and pain of arthritis. Whether you have financial or personal concerns that stress you, finding a creative outlet is an excellent natural remedy to alleviating arthritic pain.

      To learn about the rest, give the full article a ...

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    13. The Importance of Melatonin

      The Importance of Melatonin

      Came across this thought-provoking article from the Power of Positivity. It's called Researchers Explain How Melatonin Improves Both Sleep and Wellness.

      There's some really interesting perspectives in it. Here's one of them:

      Both the body’s circadian rhythm or internal clock and the amount of light someone is exposed affect how much melatonin the pineal gland makes. The hormone levels usually start to increase after sunset. Then, they remain high throughout the night and then decrease after sunrise. That cycle causes a person to wake up.

       Take a look at the rest of this piece to learn ...

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    14. The Importance of Washing Your Hands

      The Importance of Washing Your Hands

      Here's an interesting article we found on Healthy Food House. It's called Classroom Experiment Shows The Importance Of Hand-Washing — Just In Time For Flu Season

      In it, they share some fascinating information on the value of handwashing. Here's a short excerpt:

      A child with a cold or flu might not be your worst nightmare, but it is certainly something we all parents try to avoid as temperatures drop. Yet, the good news is that we can prevent getting sick and spreading germs to others, if we adopt some healthy habits, like keeping hands clean.

       Take a look ...

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    15. Justin Bieber's Lyme Diagnosis Sparks Debate About Human Compassion

      Justin Bieber's Lyme Diagnosis Sparks Debate About Human Compassion

      Justin Bieber's admission that he's been suffering from Lyme disease has sparked some interesting conversations. This article from The Mighty shares one of them.

      It's called Why the Reaction to Justin Bieber’s Lyme Diagnosis Is Unsettling. It's by Victoria Rio and she has some really thought-provoking ideas to share. This one, in particular, really resonated with us:

      It may just be Twitter, but it reflects the wider disenfranchisement and disregard faced by the Lyme community in general. I was deeply and personally hurt by the complete lack of sensitivity, compassion or basic respect shown these ...

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    16. The Illness of the Kidney Could Raise the Possiblities of Contracting Heart Illnesses and Vice Versa

      The Illness of the Kidney Could Raise the Possiblities of Contracting Heart Illnesses and Vice Versa

      Thought that we ought to let you guys know about this article! It's called Heart disease linked to a higher risk of kidney failure.

      It shares some really interesting findings. Here's a short excerpt:

      The heart and the kidneys have a bi-directional relationship, whereby dysfunction in either may compromise the function of the other. Many studies have investigated the risks of kidney disease on heart health, but few have examined the reciprocal relationship.

      To learn more about it, give the rest of the article a quick read.

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    17. Nothing Like A Homecooked Weeknight Dinner

      Nothing Like A Homecooked Weeknight Dinner

      Home cooking, especially during the weeknights, can generally be more financially and physically healthy for you. However, it's not an easy thing to accomplish if you have to work for a living.

      But if you want to make the commitment to cook for dinner during weeknights, this article has some great insights for you. This one's particularly enlightening:

      A couple of reality checks: a) Not everyone loves or even likes cooking. This is a fact. And if you are one of those people, it’s OK. The fact that you’re trying is pretty terrific, and not everyone ...

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    18. Lettuce Alternatives To Make Your Home-made Salad Infinitely Better

      Lettuce Alternatives To Make Your Home-made Salad Infinitely Better

      Want to avoid the crowd at the restaurants? Try homecooking. With articles like these from Life Hacker, you can help better your financial and physical health at the same time.

      In it, Claire Lower shares some advice on how to make your salads more nutritious. Here's an excerpt:

      Radicchio and treviso (which is basically a kinder, gentler radicchio) are my favorites for this. In addition to being completely wedge-able, the bitter flavor of the purple leaves gives the salad even more dimension and diversity in the flavor department. This keeps your palate from becoming saturated with salt and fat ...

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    19. Why We're More Likely To Get Depressed During Winter

      Why We're More Likely To Get Depressed During Winter

      Stumbled upon this piece from Psychology Today and thought that it would make for an interesting read. It's called Winter Depression: Separating Facts From Fiction.

      It shares some thought-provoking findings. Heres' one that we thought was intriguing:

      According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 92% of the population reports some sort of winter blues. The effects of seasonal depression are even greater if you are going through a stressful experience like job hunting, relationship problems or infertility.

      Here’s how it works: Lower levels of light mean lower blood pressure, which makes us sleepy, lower blood sugar, which ...

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    20. Things We May Not Have Noticed About Mental Health Disorders

      Things We May Not Have Noticed About Mental Health Disorders

      Mental health disorder cannot be taken lightly because it can affect you or your loved ones. Which is why it's important to stay abreast about it.

      This is exactly what this article fro Psychology Today does. It's called What Does Having a "Mental Health Disorder" Actually Mean? and it's got some really interesting ideas to share such as this one:

      Of course, you have a body as well as a brain, and the physical processes (healthy or otherwise) in your body have the capacity to influence what is going on north of your shoulders. This means that ...

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    21. How Stem Cell Can Help Rejuvenate an Old Brain

      How Stem Cell Can Help Rejuvenate an Old Brain

      Science Daily shares some really intriguing findings in this piece. It's called Rejuvenating the Brain With Stem Cells.

      In it, scientists reveal some really thought-provoking findings. Here's one of them:

      It is well known that individuals learn to navigate in a new environment in a different way depending on whether they are young or old. When young, the brain can build and remember a cognitive map of the environment but this ability fades away in older brains. As an alternative solution to the problem, older brains without a cognitive map of the environment need to learn the fixed ...

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    22. How the Nervous System Plays a Part in Keeping Your Gut Balanced

      How the Nervous System Plays a Part in Keeping Your Gut Balanced

      There's this fascinating article from Science Daily that we just couldn't help but share. It's called In Fighting Gut Infections, Nervous System Is Key, Yale-Harvard Team Finds

      It shares an intriguing new discovery. Here's the gist of the study as told by Richard Flavell, Sterling Professor of Immunobiology at Yale and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator:

      We used to believe that the immune system cells and intestinal barrier cells communicated to keep out invading bugs by mobilizing anti-microbial proteins. The story is actually not true -- it is the nervous system telling barrier cells what to ...

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    23. The Role of Sadness in Driving People to Addictive Substances

      The Role of Sadness in Driving People to Addictive Substances

      This thought-provoking piece from Science Daily serves up some really interesting perspectives. It's called Explaining Link Between Emotion and Addictive Substance Use.

      There's some really fascinating information to be gleaned here. This one is especially intriguing:

      The conventional wisdom in the field was that any type of negative feelings, whether it's anger, disgust, stress, sadness, fear, or shame, would make individuals more likely to use an addictive drug. Our work suggests that the reality is much more nuanced than the idea of 'feel bad, smoke more.' Specifically, we find that sadness appears to be an especially potent ...

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    24. Where to Go for Your Next Yoga Retreat

      Where to Go for Your Next Yoga Retreat

      Yoga hits two birds with one stone by targeting both your mental and physical health. This makes it an efficient way to increase your overall health.

      In this article, Maria Eilersen shares some of her favourite places to go on yoga retreats. It ranges from Ubud, Bali to the South of France.

      Are you excited? See the rest of this article to find out what's included in the rest of this list.

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