Rome is hot in the summer, like hot hot. The forecast for the next days calls for sun and heat – every day, all day. Rome is also one of the world’s great walking cities – there is nothing better than exploring the side streets and stumbling on a small

health myths

We’re bombarded with so much information today about what’s healthy and what’s not.   Longevity contributor Daniel Scheffler takes a more humorous look at some common ideas associated with good health and longevity and tested whether they’re myths, or not. Myth 1: YOU SHOULD DRINK EIGHT GLASSES OF WATER EVERY DAY

The You Docs share 5 ways that you can use water to lose weight. Ready to amp up your weight-loss efforts? Sip a big glass of H20 before meals. A new study says drinking water 30 minutes before every meal could help you to lose around 4kg in 12 weeks.

hair health

Your hair health can often tell you when there is a underlying problem with your wellbeing. Here’s what you need to know and what you can do to get to the root of the problem As we age, and the seasons change, it is common for our hair to become

Although drinking water regularly throughout the day  is the best way to stay hydrated, you can also re-hydrate your body by eating certain foods. Here are the healthiest natural foods to hydrate your body and help you live a healthier life. Cucumbers Cucumbers are readily available during the summer months.

Looking at her body, it’s hard to believe that super model Cindy Crawford turned 49 last month. She got everyone talking at this year’s Golden Globes when she showed off her well sculptured arms with no hint of bingo wings.                    

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When that afternoon slump hits, there’s no denying the buzz you get from that cup of coffee. But, an American registered dietitian Lauren Schmitt says there’s a better way to get an energy boost. “Coffee will obviously give that quick little bit of energy, but it doesn’t actually boost your concentration,”

Why are you dehydrated? If you are feeling exhausted much of the time, you may be dehydrated. According to research, conducted by The University of Connecticut, your body is made up of around 60% water, which is why it is so important to keep your body hydrated. If you lose even 1,5% of the water,