We all have bad habits — no one is perfect — and it’s normal to not operate at 100% all of the time. But here’s what’s not acceptable: being unwilling to change those bad habits once you’re aware of them.
By Echo Magazine
Jul 13, 2020 · 5 min read
According to Greek physician Hippocrates, “All disease begins in the gut”, yet it's taken 2,000 years for modern science to wake up to its importance. In fact, current research is uncovering links between the state of our intestines and almost all other aspects of our health: the influence of our gut over how we think and feel is so extensive, some scientists call it the ‘second brain’.
By Neighbourhood Media
Dec 30, 2019 · 7 min read
As someone without tattoos – I’ve always been fascinated by people who choose to get inked. Apart from the pain of an electric needle puncturing my skin 50 to 3,000 times per minute, it sounds like a club I’d quite like to join.
Jul 15, 2020 · 6 min read
When getting going is next to impossible and the task at hand is just not getting done, a quick fix might seem like the most tempting option. But did you know that a brief detour to the kitchen could be a much healthier alternative?
Jul 2, 2020 · 3 min read
"During my first semester of medical school at the Joint Medical Program [JMP], Professor Osagie Obasogie asked another student and me to colead a discussion designed to provide the historical and conceptual context for modern research ethics. Upon doing the readings assigned for the discussion, [we] were shocked and angered that neither of us knew about the history of California eugenicists and their connections to Nazi Germany, despite both of us having grown up in the Bay Area and gone through undergraduate education in the UC system. We must be aware of this racist history in order to challenge its current implications in the institutions that we are a part of. I am grateful to the JMP for allowing me to integrate critical race theory into my medical education through sessions like this one, and I feel a responsibility to share what I have learned." - second-year medical student
Jul 12, 2020 · 7 min read
Why: This oil Is high in nutrients, essential fatty acids and emollients Oleic acids, Palmitic acid and Squalene These all work very well at softening and strengthening your hair. Its great used as a hair mask. Beware that it might take a few attempts to find out the correct amount for your hair type. Typically, the thicker your hair the more you can use. I have very fine hair and I can only use a small amount and I only use it on the ends of my hair.
By The Frank Magazine
Apr 11, 2020 · 4 min read
Throngs of today’s forward-thinking tech companies are finding innovative ways to keep people engaged and motivated as they endeavor to get fit and healthy... and stay that way. However, with such an extensive and comprehensive field of modern-day health-tech options, it can be overwhelming to hone in on which are worthy of working into your daily lifestyle. With that in mind, here are six savvy digital diet and fitness solutions that are sure to help you shed those stubborn pounds, tone those muscles and increase your endurance easier, more effectively and with increased sustainability.
By Healthy & Fit Magazine
Jun 25, 2020 · 8 min read
Summertime shine: Our love-hate relationship with the sun isn’t anything new, and its certainly not seasonal. But, since summer is the season of tans, T-shirts and long days outside, we’re revisiting the rules on sun protection. Spoiler alert: these rules can’t be bent.
Jul 2, 2020 · 3 min read