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5 reasons why maca is good for you

5 reasons why Maca is good for you

The maca plant,is known scientifically as Lepidium Meyenii. It mainly grows in the rich soils of the Andes mountains ranges in central Peru. It is exposed to sources of minerals that are...

Covid-Relationships

As the fear and panic of being in lockdown has slowly begun to fade away (much like many supplies of alcohol), the reality of what this lockdown may actually mean begins to become a...
12 Simple Steps to Improve your Health and Well-being

12 Simple Steps to Improve your Health and Well-being

Many people put a lot of pressure on themselves to improve their health.They set big goals for themselves like "I'll never eat sugar again" or "I'm going to lose 10 kg" or "I'm going to...

Self Love

Life is a crazy thing to keep up with. Let it be work, relationships, family, studying, hobbies or relaxing it is easy to forget the importance of self love. Being in love...

Health Check: can sex affect your risk of getting cancer?

The sex act has many health benefits from reducing stress and tension, to boosting your immune system. It may even affect your risk of developing certain cancers. But as with most matters health, how sex and cancer...

Change the situation or change your mindset

How do you change the situation? How do you change your mindset?   Have you ever considered just changing your mind? Have you ever just removed yourself from the situation? It sounds so...

In sickness and in health: how marriage helps cancer patients

A growing body of research evidence shows being married greatly increases patients’ chances of being cured of cancer. But while there’s a clear link between marriage status and treatment outcome, the benefit is likely...

Does sex induce labour?

Sex. It’s what got you into pregnancy, but is it also the pathway to getting you out? Around a quarter of all Australian pregnancies are medically induced, with a third of those inductions occurring due...

Myth: peanuts in pregnancy cause allergies

Anyone else have the feeling something radical has happened with peanut allergy in the past 30 years? I don’t recall knowing anyone allergic to peanuts or peanut butter as a child in the 1980s,...