Though seemingly harmless enough, such fast food branding may be affecting your ability to experience happiness, according to new research.
In the study, recently published in the Social Psychological and Personality Science journal, the University of Toronto looked at how people relate to iconic fast food logos, which have been traditionally associated with efficiency, leisure – and therefore greater happiness. Instead, it found that this imagery …Read more
We all enjoy our frothed mochas and cappuccinos as cold season hits, but research shows white tea could be your best bet to warm you up and keep healthy.
Tea ceremony is an ancient practice, dating back to 10th century B.C. Shang Dynasty. The potent sipper has been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a remedy for many health issues, including cold and flu, and recent studies have found mounting proof that tea is one of the best sources of …Read more
The idea of taking one pill is considered an easy fix. With over half of Americans using the one pill solution – a multivitamin – this appears to be the go-to foolproof way to maintain good health.
In fact, a recent study is challenging this common practice. Research published in …Read more
Every day, we’re exposed to a certain amount of stress. Stress can be caused by virtually anything, including family, friends, work, financial worries, among others. While everyone experiences stress to a certain degree, how you are able to cope with this stress can have a huge impact on your health. In order to maintain good health, you need to learn how to manage your stress effectively and efficiently. And, as it turns out, doctors report that one of the most …Read more