28 Nov

Top 10 Health Tips for Men

Source: WebMD Written By: Matt McMillen

Take charge of your health, gents. The sooner you do it, the better. "It’s not cool for a guy to wait until he’s 50 to see a doctor," says Steven Lamm, MD, the medical director of NYU Langone Medical Center’s Preston Robert Tisch Center for Men’s Health. "Men need to care about their health above the waistline as well as below."

27 Nov

Charity Home – BefrienderKL

Source: The Truly Loving Company Sdn Bhd Written By: .

Hello everyone! We would like to introduce one of the selected charity homes for Project Change Watt We Can 2018. Befrienders is a not-for-profit organization providing emotional support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, to people who are lonely, in distress, in despair and having suicidal thoughts - without charge.

21 Nov

12 Research-Proven Tips for Increasing Your Child’s IQ

Source: The Cable Lifestyle Written By: Chioma Iwunze-Ibiam

You probably knew someone who was so smart in school, you were in awe of their brains. Until recently, scientists argued that intelligence was a fixed innate gift from the parents. There are many other factors that influence a child’s intelligence levels. Studies have shown that it is possible to boost your child’s intelligence and creativity. The secret is to utilise the first ten years of the child’s life. Within that rare window of opportunity, the child’s brain can develop complex neural

14 Nov

Diabetes & Diet: 7 Foods That Control Blood Sugar

Source: WebMD Written By: Jennifer D'Angelo Friedman

When you have type 2 diabetes, what you eat can help you control your blood sugar, stave off hunger, and feel full longer. “Diabetes is when your blood sugar or glucose levels are higher than normal. It’s carbohydrate foods like breads, cereals, rice, pasta, fruits, milk, and desserts that can cause this rise," says Maggie Powers, Ph.D., president-elect of Health Care & Education at the American Diabetes Association.

7 Nov

10 Reasons Kind People Are Outstanding

Source: Lifehack Written By: Matt Duczeminski

In a society in which we’re constantly bombarded with stories of crime, poverty, and war, kindness appears to be a dying personality trait. That simply isn’t true. Acts of kindness seldom make the evening news, but that doesn’t make them any less prevalent, or the people who perform them any less outstanding. Though they rarely get the credit they deserve, caring people deserve to be celebrated for many reasons.