Some women become pregnant easily, while others may struggle. If you’re one of the growing numbers of women who are finding it difficult to fall pregnant, before spending money on trying to find out what may be wrong, the first thing you should do is to take a look at
Hands often show the first signs of aging, as we pay less attention to them than we do to our faces. Our hands were designed to be one of the most physically active parts of our body, yet we forget to give them the attention they deserve. The anti-aging process
International beauty guru, businesswoman and make-up mogul Bobbie Brown gives some simple to adopt 5-minute make-up routine tips for women always on the go. If I only have a few minutes in the morning, the “Five Minute Make-up” routine is a great option, because it has the basics for a
Keeping our children and ourselves sane and healthy when exam stress hits is a challenge for any parent. Thankfully there are many lifestyle tools to help lower stress impact and increase concentration and memory. We share the most important tools to make next exam time a stress free experience. How
Nourished skin not only feels great, it looks radiant – and collagen plays a massive role in this. Adding an extra boost of nutrients to our diet can go a long way towards preventing the negative effects of pollution and stress on our complexion. Collagen is an important protein that
By being honest with yourself and understanding your body type, you are able to manage your expectations. Fitness expert Dorian Cabral, explains that at birth we were immobile and this was our most vulnerable stage. “We then achieve milestones such as rolling over, sitting, crawling, standing, walking and then running.
I’m pretty sure many of you experience some degree of boredom when doing the same activity over and over. This especially applies to exercise, and it’s often the reason why so many people discontinue their exercise regimen. Boredom arrives when a certain activity loses its appeal and is no longer stimulating.
Anyone with a dog (or a child or partner for that matter), has probably learnt the value of good old operant conditioning: Reward desired behavior and it increases. Punish undesirable behavior and it decreases. But there seems to be a lot more to this rewards-based system of behavior change pioneered
With half of the world’s population speaking two or more languages one has to wonder whether or not the ability to switch between languages has benefits for our cognitive capacity. A study published in the Journal of Experimental Child Psychology indicates that being bilingual does. Researchers showed that bilingual children are better
Having the motivation to exercise can be a slippery slope. With just a hint of the flu, a busier week than usual or cold weather, our brain has found an excuse as to why we can skip out on today’s workout. Unfortunately, this can lead to missing the next workout