A beautiful smile crosses your face as you glance across the room at your partner. You’re so happy in that moment that you can’t help but grin.Finally, you’ve found someone to really make you happy. After so many years, you’re finally dating someone who truly brings out the best in you!
Today is my birthday. I was born 29 years ago in a chaotic but also vibrant city called Athens. Like most people, I don’t really remember much of my early childhood.
I want you to consider the following parable for a second. A woodcutter strained to saw down a tree. A young man who was watching asked “What are you doing?” “Are you blind?” the woodcutter replied. “I’m cutting down this tree.”
The many pressures of life have contributed to a veritable epidemic of insomnia. People young and old, rich and poor everywhere have problems getting to sleep at night. Because the relentless stresses of post-modern life constitute the primary cause, insomnia does not seem to discriminate against any particular demographic … except one.
Sleep is highly underrated. It is one of the “pillars” of optimal health… just as important as diet and exercise. Poor sleep is linked to heart disease, type 2 diabetes and depression. It is also one of the strongest risk factors for obesity (1, 2, 3, 4).
I love coffee. There’s nothing better to jump start the day than a warm, strong cup of quality coffee. I don’t feel guilty about it… because according to the evidence, coffee is highly beneficial for health. Many large studies show that coffee drinkers have a lower risk of some serious diseases.
Drinking alcohol has its pros and cons. One of the worst things about it, is getting a hangover the morning after. As you may know, hangovers are the unpleasant after effects of alcohol intoxication.
What do you and your family eat each week? You may be shocked to see the significant variation even between relatively ‘similar’ nations when it comes to diet. While many families within the United States and Mexico include fast food and soda into the core of their nutritional program, families from nations like Bhutan survive off…
When 13 year-old Logan LaPlante grows up, he wants to be happy and healthy. He discusses how hacking his education is helping him achieve this goal.