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Revolutionise Your Resolutions

About 40 per cent of us make a New Year's resolution and about two thirds of these are health related. What strategies can you use to make sure good intentions become reality - regardless of the time of year you make the commitment?

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Holiday Survival Tips

Normal eating and exercise habits tend to be abandoned during the manic Christmas holiday period. So what do the experts offer as healthy holiday survival tips?

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Attention Deficit Link To Drugs

Many drug addicts had attention-deficit disorder as children - suggesting that there may be a link between the two conditions.

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Get High On Exercise

Could it be true that exercise provides us with a natural chemical high? Or do the feel-good emotions flow from a smug awareness that we're doing the right thing by our bodies and minds?

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Industrial Disease

Is your sleep in dire straits? Perhaps you have industrial disease. The fact is, your working life could be keeping you awake at night, or worse, making you sick.

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Restless Legs, Weary Minds

Scientists have shown a link between the so-called Restless Legs Syndrome and poor quality sleep. They say the syndrome is responsible for poor concentration during waking hours and can be highly detrimental to quality of life.

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Post-Divorce Damage Control

Parents who are divorcing can take steps to help their children deal with the fallout of a break-up, a study has found.

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Marriage Good For The Mind

Marriage is not only good for your mental health but, contrary to popular opinion during the 1970s, is just as good for the goose as the gander.

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Pets Less Stressful Than Partners

When it comes to performing stressful tasks your pet may be the perfect companion. If you don't have a pet, do it alone. Just don't get your spouse involved.

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Love Bugs & Other Catastrophes

Where illness is concerned, married couples are terrific at sharing, and not a pre-nuptial agreement in sight.

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Exercise Your Mind

Is exercise all about brawn and not brain? Or is a workout for the body, a tonic for the brain too?

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Holidays: Give Yourself A Break

Are you a holiday stress-head? What are the keys to unlocking the ‘happy' in your holidays?

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Angry Young Men, Unhappy Hearts

Young men who quickly react to stress with anger face three times the normal risk of developing heart disease.

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Stressing Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamin and/or mineral deficiencies are frequently associated with disease and illness - but often overlooked when it comes to our mental health and wellbeing.

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Bigarexia: The Opposite Of Anorexia

Anorexia is a condition where people have a severe fear of becoming fat. There's now rising awareness of the opposite condition; people who see themselves as too small.

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