Can tai chi help you perform better at work?

Are you feeling too downbeat to complete your targets at work? This time don’t just pick up the coffee or head out for a run. Try something that’s gentle yet effective – tai chi! The ancient Chinese martial art tradition comprising a series of slow movements – is said to reduce symptoms of depression and […]

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Should you eat salad for breakfast?

Avocado-pomegranate-baby spinach salad (Pic: Thinkstock) There has been a lot of discussion on what foods to include for breakfast and surprisingly one of them is borrowing from lunch or dinner. It’s good ol’ salad. While tea, coffee and juice are some of the most popular go-to’s in the morning, salad is till irregular and may […]

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Try infused waters for a healthy, delicious detox

These look as good as they taste. We’re talking of infused waters with actual fruit and seeds that are said to help one feel refreshed and aid weight loss. The waters work on the gastrointestinal system to rid it of toxins and other substances which slow down the metabolic system, causes fatigue and risk of […]

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Health unions urge Theresa May to ditch NHS pay cap

The NHS pay cap is unfair, unpopular and dangerous to patient safety, bodies representing 1.3 million health service staff have warned Theresa May, urging her to ditch the policy in the Queen’s speech. The plea from doctors, nurses, dentists and other health professionals comes as the prime minister faces intense pressure to scrap the cap, […]

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Lacson: President’s health not a private affair

  nator Panfilo Lacson on Friday said he agrees with those asking for full disclosure of President Rodrigo Duterte’s health condition. “I agree with them. The health of the president of any country is not his and his family’s private affair alone,” he said in a text message to reporters. “It is a matter of public […]

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Why Treating Breast Cancer With Less May Be More

By Ashish A. Deshmukh and Anna Likhacheva Women with breast cancer have long faced complicated choices about the best course of treatment. One particular concern has been the daily radiation therapy many women with breast cancer receive for six weeks after surgery. This form of therapy, also known as conventionally fractionated external beam radiation, has […]

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