Anti-Aging

You know you love each other, but that’s the easy part. It can be tough to determine whether you’re ready to take things to the next level. So how do you know it’s time to tie the knot? YourTango.com recently published an article highlighting 5 signs that show you are

Suffering from pimples and painful blackheads is very annoying and makes you feel very self-conscious; you’ve probably tried everything from OTC creams to antibiotics. However, new research, published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, has revealed that birth control may be the solution to clearing up your

Based in the heart of the OR Tambo International Airport precinct in Johannesburg, Phela- Live is a new concept in integrated wellness and fitness. An innovative response to the current global trend of creating airport cities, it provides a wellness spa and fitness facility for the thousands of employees working

“Being a single mom means twice the work, twice the stress and twice the tears but also twice the hugs and twice the love…” – Unknown Last week Sunday, 15 June, was Father’s Day and in celebration of the mother’s who do it all, DJ Fresh held a Father’s Day

  Do we really eat to beat stress and depression? Not really, says a nutritional expert. Macaroni, cheese, chocolate chip cookies, fried chicken and ice cream are just some of the bad foods women turn to for comfort when we’re feeling emotionally strained, depleted or depressed, says Kathie Swift, MS,

Winter Skin

  Winter can wreak havoc on our skin. Not only can the season leave us dry and chapped, but the wind, low-humidity and intense indoor heat can also make our complexions appear dull. Dermatologist and “Forget the Facelift” author, Dr. Doris Day shares her top skincare secrets to keeping our

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  Did you know that July 1 to 5 2014 is Corporate Wellness Week here in South Africa? The week puts a spotlight on wellness in the workplace and identifies the pitfalls and productivity levels of an “all work and no play” attitude in the office. Naazneen Khan, Wellness Manager

  Married men are more likely than single men (even those living with a partner), to get medical checkups and health screening tests. “Perhaps wives have more influence than girlfriends,” the study’s lead author, Stephen reasoned. The researchers examined responses provided by nearly 24 000 men. The survey asked questions

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Are you one of those people who always grab a paper liner before sitting down on the loo? Surely, you do so to prevent catching a disease from someone else’s splashes that may be left on the toilet seat. These liners may have more to do with providing comfort and

  According to Dr Floor Kroese, an assistant professor of health psychology at Utrecht University in the Netherlands, bedtime procrastination is a very common phenomenon. “Typically, we see that up to half of our participants report going to bed later than they wanted at least twice a week. Remarkably, going