Of all the bones in the body, it’s the vertebrae that stack together to form the spine that are most prone to osteoporotic fractures.
Every time I feel the urge to take exercise, I have a good lie down until the feeling goes away. This attitude wouldn't have worked for Oscar Wilde - and won't for you either.
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Happy people are resilient people. Once the skills and attributes of resilience are mastered, it follows that happiness won't be far behind.
Could you do with some extra happy? Probably couldn’t hurt. But psychological research indicates that when it comes to being happy, easy does it may be the way to go.
Money makes the world go around but does it make us happy? Psychological research suggests that how you use your dollars rather than how many you have might be the determining factor.
A happy marriage doesn't just make home life more pleasant, it's also good for your health.
Happy and healthy – what more could you ask for? Well, maybe a whopping, great lottery win.
People who are energetic, happy and relaxed are less likely to catch colds, a study has shown.
Things are definitely looking up with news that optimism, positive attitude and a good old giggle may be good for your health.
Running is one of the oldest and most effective forms of exercise, but getting started is the hardest part. Read about the benefits of running for your physical and mental health. There are also helpful tips to prepare for your first fun run.