Sometimes solitude us necessary to find your way back into human connection.
Happiness is contagious, but so is negativity, if not faster-catching than happiness is. It is part of being human that we get affected by our surroundings.
The answer is yes, but how so?
We move so fast that we fail to pause and notice our surroundings and how we feel, and even if we do, we feel guilty and feel dragged back from the track we have to pursue.
How often do you tell yourself 'I'm not good enough'?
hen was the last time you slowed down the pace of your life and paused to check in with yourself?
The choices we make today impact the life we live tomorrow.
Here are some aspects as broad headlines to be considered when designing a space.
Here are some tips that will help you get out of the snooze habit.
Living with a grateful heart goes a long way, it shifts your perspective towards life and changes your mindset.
Here are the top 5 essential oils and their benefits.
Over the past two years, the popularity of matcha has skyrocketed. Matcha has created hype and gained popularity for its numerous health benefits and the versatility of its recipes.
Recently, there is a growing awareness of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle and eating clean.
The 300-bed specialized cardiac centre will be built on 27 acres with a total land capacity of 36.5 acres, making it the largest specialized facility for cardiovascular treatment and research in the region.
The report highlights global best practices and inspiring experiences of happiness and well-being, celebrating the best government achievements in this area.
During a stressful time, smelling a partner’s scent might help ease anxiety, a study suggests.
There’s little evidence that medications improve mild cognitive decline associated with aging, according to a new review of research
Smoking increases the risk of lower back pain that needs to be fixed by spinal surgery, a Swedish study suggests.
Family members may be less traumatized and make better decisions when they receive support from healthcare workers, a study suggests.
Practicing five hours a day, six days a week throughout the year is today’s norm for kids as young as six years old.