Monthly Archives: May 2016

To tan or not to tan; is that even a question?

If there’s anything Slip! Slop! Slap! has taught us, it’s if you don’t want to get skin cancer, you need to protect yourself against the sun. But what the Victorian Council’s message didn’t teach us, was that it’s not only … Continue reading

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Child Aggression: Prevention is Better Than Cure

Ever heard of child aggression? Or wondered why some children tended to be more aggressive than others?   Well, this year, researchers from the United States of America, have managed to pinpoint what the early predictors of child aggression are. … Continue reading

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To your good health: the key to happiness in old age

Health and happiness. They’re society’s ultimate pursuits. Young or old, we all want them regardless of what stage of life we are at. But achieving them can become more difficult as we get older. Your physical health can suffer, as … Continue reading

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How dating technology could be ruining your life in the bedroom.

You may not have noticed yet but you are most likely in a committed relationship with technology. You spend most hours of your day together, and when you’re apart its regularly on your mind. First thing in the morning, last … Continue reading

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Born to Drink: The Genetic Link to Alcoholism

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) is one of the most commonly occurring mental health issues in the world. The disease is define by the constant desire to consume alcohol. Resultantly, this causes the development of a negative emotional state and leads … Continue reading

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