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29 days ago
Postcrossing: making mates in the mail
Postcrossing: making mates in the mail

The idea behind Postcrossing is simple: sign up for free online and put together a profile – listing a little about yourself, ...

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30 days ago
How to combat lice
How to combat lice

One would think the worst part of lice would be actually having (gag) lice.

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30 days ago
Harness the incredible power of sleep
Harness the incredible power of sleep

In her latest book, The Sleep Revolution, best-selling author of Thrive and founder of the Huffington Post, Arianna Huffington, ...

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33 days ago
‘Being busy better for aging brain’
‘Being busy better for aging brain’

LONDON: Busy people may have better-functioning brains in old age than those who are less busy.

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36 days ago
‘He’s walking to his freedom!’
‘He’s walking to his freedom!’

Millions of people who had been prostrate under apartheid's jackboot for so long and had lived his ideal through their resistance, ...

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37 days ago
Eating potatoes ‘spikes high blood pressure risk’
Eating potatoes ‘spikes high blood pressure risk’

Eating potatoes increases the risk of high blood pressure, new research suggests.

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39 days ago
Good parenting guide for new moms
Good parenting guide for new moms

EVEN armed with a PhD in developmental psychology, I remember the frightening first moments after bringing my newborn daughter home from hospital.

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43 days ago
5 signs healthy eating plan’s too rigid
5 signs healthy eating plan’s too rigid

At a certain point, a strict diet – even when it seems healthy – can become dangerous.

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46 days ago
Eating red meat ‘increases chances of dying’
Eating red meat ‘increases chances of dying’

Eating red meat appears to increase your chance of dying and there is “sound” evidence that a vegetarian diet is healthier.

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46 days ago
Dieting: why you can’t keep weight off
Dieting: why you can’t keep weight off

How do good intentions – and the investment of time and effort needed to lose weight in the first place – unravel?.

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52 days ago
Cheated-on women ‘win’ in long run
Cheated-on women ‘win’ in long run

IT may be little comfort, but women whose partners cheat on them are likely to be better off in the long run.

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52 days ago
The why of procrastination
The why of procrastination

Have you ever sat down to complete an important task - and then suddenly discovered you were up loading the dishwasher or ...

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57 days ago
Best non-advice book on food, eating
Best non-advice book on food, eating

FOOD and eating is an.

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58 days ago
When you spare the rod, you actually save the child
When you spare the rod, you actually save the child

Children smacked by their parents are more likely to have mental health issues and anti-social behaviour problems once they ...

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25 Apr '16, 10:08pm
‘The diet that changed my life’
‘The diet that changed my life’

My father died at the age of 49, he was at the prime of his life and healthwise had made some better choices regarding light ...