A new study showing how meditating can trigger molecular changes is groundbreaking. People meditating for 8 hours showed significant molecular changes.
Far more than just a little escapism, books have the ability to change our lives, and as a new study shows—they can even change our brain chemistry.
In a major paradigm shift, British doctors have now begun prescribing books for depression instead of suicide-linked antidepressants.
Did you know you can do numerous things (like exercise) to release feel-good chemicals in your brain for a state of awareness and joy?
A new science shows that our bodies are made up of ‘light’, and claims to measure this light stored in our DNA to determine our state of well-being.
It is very important to move lymph fluids around in your body. This tip for ridding your body of toxins is done through simple exercise and rebounding.
People from a small island off the coast of Japan, Okinawa, have figured out a secret recipe for living to be more than 100 years old. Here are some tips.
Recently, a review that examined previous studies affirmed that people who exercise are able to reduce the severity of their depression.
Want to experience a rush of happiness? Here are 7 natural ways to increase endorphin production to improve mood and feel better.
Stress not only makes you moody, it can wreak havoc on your health by compromising your immune system. Here are 10 tips to destress and feel better.
If lymph within your body is not flowing properly, you may feel sick and run-down. So what’s the solution? Simple exercise and rebounding should help.
Chinese medicine says we need to make our own changes with each seasonal shift in order to be as healthy as we can be. Here are suggestions for Autumn.
Stress is often called the mother of all disease. So here are 5 easy ways to stress-proof your diet so that you can stay happy, easy-going, and healthy!
Hawaiians are generally happier than most others, and there are several reasons why. Here are 6 things Hawaii can teach us about health and happiness.
Numerous studies show us how being compassionate and giving to others greatly boost our own overall happiness, and being happy boosts overall health.
A recent study found that spending time in nature is associated with a long-lasting higher mental well-being among veterans, providing a positive outlook.
It is said that a daily five minute practice of the 2,500-years-old Five Tibetans will result in adding an entire decade to your life span. Do you do it?