Don’t Let Perimenopause Get You Down

PREPARING FOR MENOPAUSE IS NOT SOMETHING MANY WOMEN DO OR EVEN THINK ABOUT, YET THE REALITY IS THAT PERIMENOPAUSE CAN START TO CREEP UP, BRINGING WITH IT SYMPTOMS THAT CAN BE A HINDRANCE. DR. MARILYN GLENVILLE PHD, A LEADING UK BASED NUTRITIONIST AND AUTHOR OF 14 INTERNATIONALLY BEST-SELLING BOOKS, DETAILS HOW TO COPE WITH THERead more about Don’t Let Perimenopause Get You Down[...] Read More

Why is Migraine Still a Problem?

While the Prognosis for Migraine Patients’ Has Never Looked Brighter, There Are Still Unmet Needs to Address Which Could Potentially Improve the Quality Of Life for Individuals Suffering From This Often Debilitating Condition. According to GlobalData’s report, ‘PharmaPoint: Migraine – Global Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2026’, the most pressing unmet need in migraineRead more about Why is Migraine Still a Problem?[...] Read More

Gentlemen, Looks Do Matter

With the rise of man buns and beard-scaping, now the modern day gentleman is paying extra close attention to the style of clothing he wears and the way he carries himself. Research has shown that taking care of your appearance has a direct correlation with success in your professional and personal life. As the ultimateRead more about Gentlemen, Looks Do Matter[...] Read More

Why it Matters: Having that Conversation with Your Kids about Bullying

Why it Matters: Having that Conversation with Your Kids about Bullying Bullying is a very serious concern gripping educational institutes around the world today. While schools adopt a zero-tolerance policy, unfortunately it still exists. Often times, the crux of the problem are the kids who keep their suffering a secret. Jyotika Aggarwal, Clinical Psychologist reveals strategies for parents to initiate that conversation with kids. Negative MessagesRead more about Why it Matters: Having that Conversation with Your Kids about Bullying[...] Read More

A Results-Driven Workout for Every Goal

When it comes to fitness, the results are unlimited. Whether you’re looking to lose weight or tone up, a clear training plan can help you achieve the results you want. Here are four different fitness goals with the recommended class to achieve the results you want. Desired Result: Weight Loss Class recommendation: Cycling and CircuitRead more about A Results-Driven Workout for Every Goal[...] Read More

Practice Meditation for Life-Changing Benefits

From enhanced clarity of thoughts and improved concentration to relief from stress and anxiety, just 10 minutes a day is literally all it takes to include meditation in your life. Yoga teacher Sapna Rana Rawat explains the technique. Sapna Rana Rawat Yoga teacher Steps for 10 minutes of meditation for beginners Sit in any comfortableRead more about Practice Meditation for Life-Changing Benefits[...] Read More

Fighting a Secret Battle… A Closer Look at High Functioning Depression

One in four individuals’ is experiencing a mental illness, and it’s just not something we can continue to ignore. According to the World Health Organization, cases of depression have ballooned 20 percent in just one decade, making it the leading cause of disability worldwide. Therefore, understanding high functioning depression is imperative, as HEALTH investigates. SMOKERead more about Fighting a Secret Battle… A Closer Look at High Functioning Depression[...] Read More

Using the power of positivity to heal… meet the super Heroes behind Superhope

Tarik Batal and Basma Masri are the Creators of Superhope, an engaging and impactful initiative which aims at building relationships with globally recognized hospitals and superhero children. By boosting a child’s Positive Mental Attitude (PMA) they make that child believe they are a Superhero, which enables a more positive mind-body connection. The Power of aRead more about Using the power of positivity to heal… meet the super Heroes behind Superhope[...] Read More

Warning Signs Your Teen May be Suffering from Depression

While teenage angst is to be expected, depression is something that is not. HEALTH presents the red flags of teenage depression that parents should look out for. Some teens may show pervasive sadness by wearing black clothes, writing poetry with morbid themes, or having a preoccupation with music that has unhealthy themes.  Some teensRead more about Warning Signs Your Teen May be Suffering from Depression[...] Read More

Simple Ways to Teach Children Right from Wrong

Health looks at some easy ways that parents can inculcate the concept of right and wrong in their children. Set limits, but be careful not to impose too many rules. Before making a rule, ask yourself: Is it necessary? Does the rule protect a child’s health and safety Keep rules simple and understandable. Involve childrenRead more about Simple Ways to Teach Children Right from Wrong[...] Read More