In this busy, highly-stressed world, parents are feeling under increasing pressure and are anxious they’re not getting things right. In fact, new research suggests the average mum and dad worries at least 20 times per month, or 260 times a year, about whether they’re doing a good job.
If you thought you might have dementia, would you head straight to your doctor, or would you hold off as long as possible? If it’s the latter, you’re not alone – a recent survey carried out by the Alzheimer’s Society found that over half of people (56%) admit putting off seeking a dementia diagnosis for… Continue reading Dementia in detail
We’re all familiar with garlic’s flavour credentials – but how much do you know about its health-enhancing qualities? This foodie favourite doesn’t just pack a punch in the culinary stakes… packed with manganese, vitamins C and B6 and selenium, it’s also highly nutritious.
Do you often wake up with a mysteriously aching jaw? Have a habit of clenching your face when you’re tense, anxious or angry? If so, you could be one of the world’s many teeth-grinders. Not entirely sure what that means? Sink your gnashers into our guide…
As the summer exam season approaches, parents might think their primary role is to keep their teenagers well-fed and rested. But as well as such practical help, positive psychology and emotional support is a key part of keeping the whole household calm and stress-free during the exam period, says happiness expert Andy Cope.
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