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The secret is wonderfully simple. Just enjoy yourself. Of course, if you are unhappy and all of your energy is expended on something you don’t enjoy or something that ultimately creates more stress than pleasure, your immune system is going to suffer.
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Popping a daily multivitamin might be worthwhile as “health insurance,” but let’s face it: Eating real food is a lot more fun than gobbling supplements.
Via Men’s Health
Loneliness can send a person down a path toward bad health, and even more intense loneliness, studies have shown.
Via Live Science
“Whenever something negative happens to you, there is a deep lesson concealed within it.” ~Eckhart Tolle
“Two years ago, reading this quote, I would smirk and think, ‘What a cliché.’ In the last two years, I would read this quote and be in utter disbelief that anything can be learned when one is in the depths of hell. Today, I read this quote and resonate confidently.”
Via Tiny Buddha
Everyone loves a good deal, but going cheap at the expense of your health, home or sanity is just plain stupid. To get you on track, here are rounded up 12 of the most penny smart and pound foolish moves you can ever make with your money.
Each month, SELF reports on some of the biggest trends and breaking news that women need to know to be their healthiest and happiest. Here are 10 tidbits of health info that really stood out recently; they make for great conversation fodder and even better, you can use the knowledge in your everyday life to enhance your health and feel your best.
Via Yahoo Health
Be it green tea, milky tea, or a cuppa of strong tea, this humble drink has loads of benefits.
Health experts expect the number of diabetics in developing countries to increase as incomes rise around the world. In China and India—two of the world’s most populous nations, both with fast-paced economies—the prevalence of diabetes is expected to double by 2025. Between 15 and 20 percent of the adult populations will develop the disease as household budgets increase, diets change to include more calories, and new health problems emerge.