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Category: Lifestyles

Nature Linked to Happiness

Research suggests that contact with nature can be beneficial, for example leading to improvements in mood, cognition, and health. A distinct but related idea is the personality construct of subjective nature connectedness, a stable individual difference in cognitive, affective, and experiential connection with the natural environment.

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A Surprising, Unique Constipation Cure

About 19 percent of North Americans suffer from constipation, with the digestive condition being more common among women, people of color, people over 60, those who are not physically active and the poor.

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Limiting Snacking May Improve Your Health

These days, with the abundance of artificial light, TV, tablets and smartphones, adults and children alike are burning the midnight oil. What they are not burning is calories: with later bedtimes comes the tendency to eat.

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5 Powerful Ways to Naturally Prevent the Flu

It’s hard to believe that summer is now a fading memory, autumn is here and once again, flu season is upon us Here are 5 simple, powerful ways to strength your immune system naturally and lower your risk of contracting it.

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Part 2: Why Depression Treatment Failed Robin Williams and Millions More: Diet and Depression

During an interview this week on the Frankie Boyer show about depression, she asked me what were, in my opinion the top 3 causes of depression-my response diet, stress and physical inactivity. Diet plays a significant role in our brain function. Dietary factors should always be addressed when managing depression, as evidence demonstrates that various aspects of diet can affect the disorder.

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Why Depression Treatment Failed Robin Williams and Millions More Part 1

I was deeply saddened by the death of Robin Williams last week. He was one of my favorite comedians. I still vividly remember first seeing him as “Mork from Ork,” and sensed then he was headed for great stardom. His comedic brilliance brought me often to tears. Birdcage remains as one of my favorite comedies of all time.

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