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  There’s no question that mothers want their children to grow up to be good people — but less is known about how they actually help their  offspring sort out different types of moral issues. A Concordia study shows that parental talks support children’s understanding of their moral experiences. According to

Comfort food needn’t be unhealthy food, as brother-and-sister team of Callie Maritz and Mari-Louis Guy share in these recipes, extracted from Cakebread, Pudding & Pie SERVES 4 to 6 Ingredients CRUST* 280g wholewheat flour 125ml vegetable oil 80ml hot water 40g pecorino cheese, grated FILLING 2–3 yellow patty pans 1

The Nutritional Solutions CNE, held at the Johannesburg Country Club on 11 April, bought together experts and members of the nutritional health industry to address concerns regarding international nutrition. One of America’s most recognised nutritionists, Kate Geagan, is an award-winning dietitian who has helped millions fall in love with food

New research, led by Dr. Luke Clark from the University of Cambridge and published this week in the journal PNAS reveals that brain damage affecting the area of the brain that plays a key role in emotions – the insula, disrupts errors of thinking linked to gambling addiction. This suggests

9 power lessons for a healthy life 1. Just Move Remember to move naturally. For short distances, try to walk rather than drive, climb the stairs instead of taking the lift, stretch, walk out during your lunchtime. Add simple movements in your life and remember to play. 2. Purpose Now What is

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A healthy cocktail of a balanced diet, exercise, micronutrient supplementation and the use of topical cosmeceuticals rich in these antioxidants, is the optimal approach for  healthy-looking skin.  Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) This antioxidant acts as a first defence against free radicals. It inhibits damage of cellular lipids and regenerates vitamin

You have to admit that nothing gives you more comfort and makes you feel better than a hug from someone you care about. Recent studies have shown that hugs go a lot further than just making us feel warm and fuzzy inside – handing out a hug can also do

Globally the prevalence of obesity has seen a dramatic increase, which has prompted the World Health Organisation to label the disease a global epidemic.  Increasingly research studies are showing that this epidemic has important implications for education, demonstrating lower academic achievement among obese students and in particular females. A recent study  published

Down Syndrome South Africa is calling on South Africa to join the rest of the world in recognising World Down Syndrome Day (WDSD) today, 21 March 2014, as a way of promoting the rights to happiness and wellbeing of those living with Down Syndrome. The emotive “Dear Future Mother” campaign,

Eating more yoghurt can reduce the risk of new-onset type 2 diabetes, researchers at The University of Cambridge have found. The study, published in the journal Diabetologia, shows that eating yoghurt in place of other snacks, such as crisps, can reduce the risk of developing type-2 diabetes. The study also found that higher