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Little labneh cheesecakes & journey to wellness

Little Labneh Cheesecakes
On July 27th, 2015

Little labneh Cheesecakes These desserts are low fructose glasses of delight. Makes 4 individual cheesecakes. You will need to begin the labneh in this recipe the day before. Base ½ cup sunflower seeds ½ cup walnuts 1 tbsp chia seeds … Continue reading » »

Data on disasters saves lives

On July 25th, 2015

Data on disasters saves lives. The role of data in humanitarian relief efforts is becoming more essential in predicting, preventing, and addressing both natural and non-natural disasters, from floods, tsunamis, tornadoes, and earthquakes to conflicts. Data gathering is playing a … Continue reading » »

Giving billions to charities

On July 18th, 2015

Billionaire American Warren Buffett donated a record amount of $2.84 billion to several charities on July 6, 2015. He donated most of it to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Warren Buffett is 84 years old. He has pledged to … Continue reading » »

Plantar Fasciitis – A real pain in the foot!

On July 16th, 2015

What is Plantar Fasciitis? Plantar fasciitis is pain felt at the bottom of the heel or through the arch of the foot. It is usually felt on the first step out of bed in the morning or when walking again … Continue reading » »

Is mindfulness the new happiness pill?

Is mindfulness the new happiness pill?
On July 15th, 2015

Is mindfulness the new happiness pill we’ve all been looking for? We all want to be happier. More and more, happiness is becoming the holy grail of modern life. It’s something we all strive for, want more of and believe … Continue reading » »

An update on dental implants

Portrait of Attractive Senior Woman
On July 12th, 2015

The genesis of modern-day dental implants dates back to 1952 when the late Professor Per-Ingvar Branemark, an orthopaedic doctor, was studying bone healing. To his surprise, the titanium screw he had used to stabilise a fractured bone in a rabbit … Continue reading » »

Negative thinking makes it so

Negative thinking and worry causes a storm in your world
On July 12th, 2015

A huge part of this negative thinking is the way we also speak of ourselves to others. Many of us lack the ability to see the glass full, or even half full. We worry, we whinge and complain about all the things we don’t have and totally miss the present moment of what we do have. Negative thinking takes hold, like most things and forms a pattern then it becomes automatic that you defeat yourself in everything before you even start. Catch yourself in the pattern. Start to look at what you say to yourself in your head and what negative thinking is there. Continue reading » »

Education in crisis zones

On July 12th, 2015

  Children in conflict and crisis zones often lack access to regular, quality education and infrastructure. They often learn in tents and makeshift classrooms because schools have been damaged or destroyed, or the government has no funds to build schools … Continue reading » »

Answers to 4 questions you’ve always had for your osteopath (but have been too afraid to ask)

On July 9th, 2015

Answers to 4 questions you’ve always had for your osteopath (but have been too afraid to ask). 1. What do you think of me when I have to take my shirt/pants off?  What we see is probably not what you … Continue reading » »

Hippos – easier access to water

On July 7th, 2015

Water is an increasing issue across the globe, and particularly in developing countries. Issues can include sanitation, hygiene, and access. Many times we’ve heard campaigns that tell us that children, often girls, walk up to 10 kilometres to fetch household … Continue reading » »