Are you really hungry or just feeling happy, sad or tried? We take a look at emotional eating
Why do we eat if it’s not for sustenance to fuel our bodies? For something to do? Because we’re happy, sad, tired or afraid? Turns out it can be all of the above. We take an in-depth look at emotional eating.
Binge-drinking in adolescence disrupts memory
Excessive drinking in adolescents interferes with the activity of brain cells needed for sustaining short term memory.
Dementia symptoms may be reversed with a drug
Researchers discover a drug that may reverse memory deficits and spatial learning impairments in patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Health resources should be easy to read
When online articles and health resources are too difficult to read, they can be easily misunderstood, limiting their effectiveness.
5 ways to give your immune system a lift + our 5 favourite meditation apps
5 psychological strategies that will give your immune system a lift. Plus, discover our 5 favourite meditation apps.
Sleep deprivation leads to weight gain
Snacking at night and junk food cravings is linked to poor sleep which leads to obesity and other health problems.
Job stress linked to higher risk of heart rhythm disorders
Job strain is associated with a higher risk of a heart rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation.