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In this special, in-depth report we look at the natural ways to treat insomnia, improve your sleep and boost your quality of life.
Building your muscle through resistance training does much more than allow you to flex in the gym — it has many important health benefits, not the least of which is that it keeps you young.
Want to learn how to make a difference to the planet with your diet? We take a look at plant protein for an eco-friendly diet and the links between climate change and ageing.
Can a “love potion” really cause someone to fall in love? We delve into the primal notion of love potions to see if any of them might work.
From the modalities to the elements, let us help you discover the mysteries of your sun sign and how it makes you unique.
A strong metabolism helps keep weight off, but it also maintains health, supports immunity and prevents premature ageing. Here are five foods to include in your diet to give you a metabolism boost. Metabolism is the process of turning calories from the foods you eat into useable energy for all the chemical reactions that take […]
Mary McCarthy shares her experience of receiving healing from the Yolngu people in Arnhem Land.
Understanding and controlling the bodily processes of methylation, inflammation and glycation will help prevent disease and achieve anti aging results.
Anti aging: improve your heart health by making these simple yet effective lifestyle changes.
We all need adequate levels of folate all times during our lives but especially in early pregnancy.
Compassionate communication allows us to use our language in a new way and encourages a more rewarding experience when engaging and relating with others.
Anti aging tip: staying healthy on the inside is the key to a beautiful, youthful looking appearance.
Discover the sense of freedom and greater awareness that comes with taking your yoga practice outdoors.
The star anti aging hormones, DHEA and the growth hormone, may present just as many dangers as they do benefits.
Slow living is rediscovering the rhythms of life and experiencing the people, places and events that are usually a blur as you rush from one must-do task to another.