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We must change the prejudices of mainstream medicine against lifestyle intervention

Lifestyle medicine prevents and reverses many chronic conditions and even auto-immune ones.


Golfing, gardening may be linked to ALS risk

Research published in the Journal of Neurological Sciences earlier this year found that outdoor recreational activities, such as golfing, woodworking and hunting may increase a person’s likelihood of developing amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), especially among men.


Foods that slow brain aging and how to incorporate them in your diet

A new study has shown that specific nutrients, similar to those found in the Mediterranean diet, can play a crucial role in slowing brain aging, according to Healthline. Foods that slow brain aging Scientists have found that fatty fish should be included in your diet. "Fatty fish, like salmon, mackerel, sardines, and trout, are rich in omega-3 fatt...


Young couple renovating mid-century modern West Van home draws in millions of viewers

Jenna Phipps and Nick Volkov are renovating a home in West Vancouver. Phipps posts on YouTube, Instagram and TikTok where millions of people follow their progress.


Why the next generation of wood siding is perfect for your cottage or home

If you’re looking into timeless and durable cladding options for building or upgrading a cottage, there’s a strong chance wood siding is already at the top of your list. Put … Continued


5 ideas for greening your outdoor space for a potential mood boost

Even with limited outdoor space, from a compact balcony to a modest backyard, these tips will help you attract birds to your haven.


Sugar has its place in our daily diet, too, dietitian says

Registered dietitian Desiree Nielsen tells BC Today host Amy Bell that no one food is 'bad,' and a varied diet means healthy eating can look different from one day to the next.


How eating bananas daily can boost your well-being

Eating a banana daily can contribute significantly to a healthier diet, as most people don't consume the recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. According to registered dietitian nutritionist Lauren Manaker, incorporating bananas into your daily diet can be beneficial for getting necessary fruit servings, according to Country Living. Bananas...


Being a grandma in your 30s comes with 'guilt' — but I won't give up my career

'It's challenging finding a balance between myself, being a mum and a grandmother.'


What to do if you wake up at night and can't get back to sleep, according to expert

Getting a decent night's sleep is important for our health, but a lot of us don't get the recommended eight hours. Three-quarters of Brits get less than eight hours of sleep, while one in six get by on less than six hours each night, according to YouGov. Meanwhile across the pond, over 17 per cent of adults had trouble staying asleep most days or e...


Meet 'super ager' Angeline Charlebois, 105

105-year-old Angeline Charlebois insists there’s no secret to a long, healthy life -- it's about keeping busy and looking ahead. The social and active centenarian from Levack, Ont., may be considered a “super ager” -- someone over the age of 80 with the memory of someone 20-30 years younger. (June 26, 2024)


What is beer bathing – the latest wellness trend?

Beer bathing is the latest trend taking over the wellness space – but what is it and are there any benefits? The UK's first beer spa opened its doors this month in the boutique hotel, The Norfolk Mead. "Derived from European traditions, this spa treatment incorporates the therapeutic benefits of Malt, Hops, and minerals salts, creating a one-of-a-k...


Seeking joy is the first step to spiritual health, says local priest

Father Gino Mathias, the parish priest at St. Mary’s and Our Lady of Lourdes Church, says his mother decided, before his eyes were even opened, that her baby would one day become a priest. Although many around the world are given the freedom to decide which religion to live by, Father Mathias reflects on his personal journey to the Catholic faith a...


Two cups of espresso could help ward of Alzheimer's - study

Italian scientists: Coffee could avert accumulation of tau proteins and guard against Alzheimer's disease.


I visited the 'City of Love' solo – and found a different love I wasn't expecting

Renowned for exuding romance with tens of thousands of proposals happening at the Eiffel Tower each year, it's no wonder Paris is branded the City of Love. The French capital first got its reputation in the 19th century, when artists and writers including Victor Hugo and Honoré de Balzac banded together for what we now know as the Romantic period. ...


Scientists discover that people who live past 90 have key differences in their blood

Centenarians have become the fastest-growing demographic group in the world, with numbers approximately doubling every 10 years since the 1970s. Many researchers have sought out the factors and contributors that determine a long and healthy life. The dissolution isn't new either, with Plato and Aristotle writing about the ageing process over 2,300 ...


The ‘island of immortals’ where residents regularly live past 100


After years of sleepless nights I beat insomnia in a month


Managing cognitive decline can be a challenge as we age

Dealing with cognitive decline personally or with a loved one is a process that can be fraught with pitfalls, but there are a number of resources people can use to get the help they need, the Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre director of nursing and community care said. January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, and people who might be dealing with thei...


How the colours we wear affect everything from our mood to our energy levels

Did you know the colours we wear can have an impact on us in more ways than just feeling stylish?


30 things Americans consider normal but no one else understands


Millennial Money: The 4 longevity questions you should ask your financial planner

Only one-third of men correctly estimated how long a 60-year-old man in the U.S. could expect to live, according to a 2022 TIAA Institute survey. And fewer than half of women got it right for a 60-year-old woman. Advisers call this — understanding how long you’ll live in your retirement years — longevity literacy. It’s a crucial part of your retire...


20 timeless decor ideas for any home

Flip through the gallery for 20 timeless decor ideas for any home, from finding the right furniture to tying your space together with the perfect scent.


Health Matters: Researchers identify genetic obesity trigger

Researchers have identified a genetic trigger for obesity that is believed to result in weight gain for about one in 5,000 people. Kyle Benning has the details and more in Health Matters for June 21, 2024.


10 Interesting Facts About People Who Like to Be Alone

Here are 10 interesting facts about people who like to be alone. If you like being alone most of the time, you will relate to this list a lot. And if you're more social and outgoing, this video will provide you with valuable insight into the truly amazing world of the lone wolf personality type so that you can better understand the loners in your life. While it's easy to say that people who enjoy being alone are just more introverted or shy, there's actually more to the quiet type. In fact, there are many special personality traits of people who like to be alone. Loners also tend to be highly intuitive people, and their intuition is a powerful guiding force in their lives. So, whether you were born to be a loner or just want to learn more about these folks, you'll learn a lot from this video. ------------------------------------------------------------------ Subscribe To Our Channel for More Videos Like This! TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/brainydose FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/


Lose weight without going to gym: Simple tips to follow

Losing weight can be challenging for those who dislike exercising. While healthy eating and regular physical activity are crucial, incorporating unexpected and enjoyable activities into your daily routine can help burn more calories and maintain motivation on the path to a healthier lifestyle, writes New York Post. In particular, the article shares...


80/20 diet: Pros and cons for your health

The 80/20 diet is about eating mostly healthy foods like fruits, veggies, and lean proteins 80% of the time, and enjoying less healthy choices 20% of the time. It's a flexible approach that lets you have treats without feeling guilty, according to Eating Well. Pros of the diet Builds a foundation for a healthy diet: It helps you understand the basi...


12 Attractive Things You Do Without Realizing

These are some attractive things you do without even realizing it. Are you actually highly attractive? This is a question that may define many aspects of your life going forward. Sources: How to Make Yourself More Attractive https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/between-the-sheets/202010/how-make-yourself-more-attractive Unexpected Things Women Find Attractive in Men https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/head-games/201604/3-unexpected-things-women-find-attractive-in-men The Trait That Makes You More Attractive https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/the-time-cure/202301/the-trait-that-makes-you-more-attractive Effortless Ways to Become More Attractive https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/dating-and-mating/202204/3-effortless-ways-become-more-attractive#:~:text=Smile%20and%20Laugh,et%20al.%2C%202014). Chief Editor: Tristan Reed Voice Over: Troy W. Hudson For Troy: www.youtube.com/TroyWHudson Music from Bensound.com


6 Sunglasses Trends You’re Gonna See Everywhere This Summer

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Millionaires reveal 8 frugal habits that helped them get rich


6 Ways to Travel Like a Local

Have you ever wanted to really experience a culture and travel like a local instead of like a tourist? Well here are a few ways to help you really experience travel like a local. Filmed in Turku, Finland Copyright Mark Wolters 2024 Join this channel to get access to perks: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFr3sz2t3bDp6Cux08B93KQ/join #travel #localfood #travellikealocal Copyright Mark Wolters 2024 Learn how to plan your travels like we do with our Travel Planning 101 Course: https://www.brighttrip.com/woltersworld Grab some Wolters World travel gear http://www.woltersworld.store Help Us Keep Make More Honest Travel Videos: https://www.patreon.com/woltersworld Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers. You can find us all over the internet: Travel Advice & Destinations: https://www.youtube.com/woltersworld Food Travel Videos: https://www.youtube.com/woltersworldeats Travel Tips: https://www.youtube.com/woltersworldshorts Business Education: https://www.youtube.com/professorwolters Tiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@woltersworld Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/woltersworld Jocelyn's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jocelynwoltersworld Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/woltersworld Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/woltersworld Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/wolters-world-travel-culture/


Montreal garden club celebrates 90th anniversary

A garden club in Pointe-Claire, Que., on Montreal's West Island marked its 90th anniversary on Sunday by highlighting exceptional gardens in the neighbourhood and celebrating its history. As Felicia Parrillo reports, local residents say the gardens bring them a sense of calm and hope.


Eating breakfast at this time could reduce heart disease risk

A French study suggests that eating breakfast and supper an hour earlier may reduce the risk of heart attack or stroke. This research emphasizes the importance of meal timing for cardiovascular health, according to The Telegraph. The study found that having breakfast at 8 am instead of 9 am decreases the risk of developing cardiovascular disease by...


I'm teaching my children a skill that means they won't have to work

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The age at which we experience the happiest days of our lives has changed


Polish city among top 5 in Europe for highest life quality: Unique features

In a new ranking of European cities where people are most satisfied with their lives, Poland's Gdansk is in the top 5. The city is also one of the best for living with small children and for migrants. The study took into account all the amenities - from the work of transport and organizations to street cleanliness and safety, according to yavp.pl. ...


I Only Do These 3 Skincare Steps But My Skin Has Never Looked Better

For many of us, skincare is far from simple. It’s difficult not to feel overwhelmed when perusing the aisles in drugstores, looking at everything from AHAs to hydrating serums — and don’t even get me started on retinol, retinal, and retinoids. I’m a beauty writer, so getting into the nitty gritty of each ingredient is what I signed up for. But no matter how many products I pick up and try, I always come back to a variation of the same three....


6 common cottage allergies (and how to beat them)

Ah, the cottage. All that sunshine and fresh air. And trees, with their pollen. And stinging insects. And—be honest—a little mould in the basement. This stuff can get annoying for … Continued


Your garden’s carbon footprint isn’t as small as you may think

A study published in Nature found that the carbon footprint of food grown via urban agriculture is six times greater than conventional agriculture, and for one main reason. CBC’s Stephanie Cram explains why, and shares one farmer’s tips for keeping your carbon emissions down.


Getting back on track: How to achieve your fitness goals

By being honest with yourself and your time, you can begin to prioritize your body and your health, the author explains.


Looking — and feeling — like a million dollars in heat means loose linen clothing

FREDERICTON — Dressing for the summer to stay and look cool involves more than picking out a white T-shirt and shorts. Choosing the right fabric, according to experts in fashion and dermatology, is about a breezy fit, and remembering to hydrate.


I was feeling tired and then one simple health test saved my life

Graeme Souness: 'It’s scary thinking back that I had no idea how badly wrong things were going in my body'.


25 Perfect Taylor Swift Street Style Outfits

She's the master of the public stroll—with pitch-perfect outfits to match.


Dua Lipa on Glastonbury, gay best friends and who she's become | My i-D

In the latest episode of My i-D, seven-time Brit and three-time Grammy award-winning pop star Dua Lipa takes us back through the whirlwind near-decade she's spent climbing her way to the top, and the grounding, personal moments that marked the journey. From her early years as a teenage girl dreaming about music, through to her landmark Glastonbury headline slot, Dua reflects upon it all. There's also some insight into the musician's phone habits and her gay friends, her fashion and style, and how she now finally feels like a grown up. 00:00 - 00:29 - Intro 00:30 - 00:58 - Becoming a pop star 00:58 - 01:22 - Her gay friends and fashion 01:23 - 01:40 - Her songwriting trust circle 01:41 - 02:30 - The making of Radical Optimism 02:31 - 03:01 - Headlining Glastonbury 03:02 - 03:25 - Overcoming hurdles 03:26 - 03:40 - Feeling like a grown up 03:41 - 04:08 - Nostalgia and reflection Director - Stanley Brock Creative Director - Liam Goslett DOP - Jack Reynolds Interviewer - Douglas Greenwood


20 Best Things to Do in Park City, Utah, According to Locals

From booking the hottest hotel in town to exploring the world's only ski-in gastrodistillery, these are some of the best things to do in Park City.


No Kids? No Problem: 4 Ways “Solo Agers” Can Support Themselves

If you're worried that you'll go it alone in retirement and your later years, these tips can ensure "solo agers" have more support. The post No Kids? No Problem: 4 Ways “Solo Agers” Can Support Themselves appeared first on The Motley Fool Canada.


In what order to eat foods to lower blood sugar - Nutritionist's advice

Maintaining blood sugar levels is crucial, as normal indicators reduce inflammatory processes in the body and contribute to a healthy body weight. Conversely, sudden spikes in sugar or elevated levels increase the risks of diabetes and liver diseases. Nutritionist Anastasiia Holoborodko explaines the optimal sequence of consuming various foods in o...


Revealed: what homes looked like through the decades

Times have certainly changed since your grandparents were young! Let's take a look back at what your grandparents' homes might have looked like way back when...


Hide the saltshaker: Adding sodium regularly to food increases risk of chronic kidney disease

Excess salt can come from the intake of some fish and meat.


When it comes to sustainability reporting, it depends on how serious companies are about making change

Companies are facing pressure to become more open about how they do business. With income inequality, governance failures and the mismanagement of natural resource capital threatening both society and the environment, there are growing calls for more corporate disclosure and accountability. Many firms now report how they are doing along economic, environmental and social lines in what is called a sustainability report. These reports give...