The work day is finally over and some ‘me time’ is rightfully called for. For many of us, this could be vegging out in front of the TV, unwinding with friends or simply doing nothing.
If you love hitting the gym, pounding the pavement or staying active in a sport on a weekly basis, first give yourself a pat on the back! There are just so many positives to gain from exercising regularly – from having a healthier body, keeping a sharper mind to even giving your self-confidence a boost.
As we grow older, we’ll start to notice that our skin isn’t as supple as before and is more prone to sagging. That’s because the production of collagen, the foundation of connective tissue that supports the skin structure, slows down gradually when we turn 35.
Mark Zuckerberg famously said that wearing the same outfit gave him “one less decision to make” every single day. It’s a philosophy echoed by Steve Jobs, who sported the same black turtleneck, jeans and sneakers ensemble every day.
Okay, it’s not a topic most women would feel comfortable talking about. But let’s face it ladies, the time of the month can be a dreaded affair.
If you’re a student and find yourself losing focus or motivation, it can sure feel stressful and frustrating. Fret not. Follow these tips that can help you conquer your exams – and your fears!
If you’re one of those who is advanced in years and feel that the digital train has left you behind, do not give up just yet. Here are 5 ways on how you can boot up on the digital life.
How well we keep focus determines how successful we’ll be in completing tasks or what we set out to achieve. Here are 5 quick ways to help you keep your eyes on the prize.
The best way to boost your health and mood is to find ways to rediscover your energy and verve. Here are 6 tips you can incorporate into your daily life to help you feel healthy and beautiful.
While time spent on tablets and smartphones may prove educational, excessive use can actually dull a child’s overall development. How do you minimise your child’s use of interactive screen time?
Every child can grow more efficient and productive at school simply by being mindful of these 5 strategies, and then putting them into good use!
A cuppa a day, keeps the drowsiness away. Or so you think. Discover other foods that do a good job of perking you up, without the ill effects of caffeine.
When the haze season hits and the smoke sets in, what should you do? Here are some simple ways to help minimise the impact of air pollution on your health.
Experiencing joint pain? Here’s how you can recognise the symptoms and identify remedies to prevent it from affecting your daily routine.
It’s great exercise for the heart and easy to pick up as a sport. But for your body to reap the benefits, it’s important to get the low-down on how to run effectively.
When your knees start to hurt, even simple actions such as standing and walking can become difficult. Here are tips to help you better take care of your vital joints.
Many think that collagen is only good for the skin. But this abundant protein found in our bodies is also beneficial when it comes to our joints and bones.
In the battle against flu, chocolate and mushrooms are capable of fortifying your defences. But they’re not the only worthy warriors. Meet the rest of them.
They say drink and be merry. But before you knock back a glass, first know your limits and how not to get carried away.
It’s that time of the year when students agonise over the dreaded exams. If you’re a parent, learn how you can put your child at ease during this stressful period.
Detoxing is a good way of getting rid of the fats and sugar that tend to accumulate in your body. Uncover foods that are beneficial for cleansing your system.
What you eat and drink directly affects your liver. When the organ is overworked, symptoms tend to appear on the skin. Learn to spot these tell-tale signs.
We all live busy and hectic lives. But that doesn’t mean you should deprive your body of exercise. Find smart ways to work out while saving time.
Don’t belittle the berry. It’s small and pretty but it certainly punches above its weight when it comes to supporting good health in a number of areas.
No matter what you put in your body, your liver works round-the-clock to clean out toxins. Learn handy tips that can help you stay on top of your liver’s health.
A great day or night out usually involves having sumptuous food or delectable drinks. Sometimes even both. To ensure your health is not compromised from all that indulging, it pays to take steps to look after your liver health.
Hazard a guess – how much time do Singaporeans spend in a day staring at digital devices? The answer might shock you because it’s a staggering 12 hours and 42 minutes on average!
Planning a pregnancy or already have a ‘bun in the oven’? Either way, it’s good to prepare yourself to ensure a healthy nine-month term.
Fatigue. It’s a common complaint among us all. The symptoms are usually a feeling of weariness or a lack of energy. There are many causes for fatigue. Some are illness related while others are to do with medications. If you feel unusually tired all the time or experience fatigue after taking certain medication, it’s best to consult a doctor.
It’s meal time, but your toddler refuses to eat and even petulantly pushes the food away. If this scenario is familiar to you as a parent, you may have a fussy little eater on your hands!