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Fifty and fabulous!

They’re smart and forward-looking; they’ve found their second wind! There’s something newly cool about turning 50.

How do they do it?

How do we become better, stronger, more determined human beings? How does fitness become a way of life?

19 habits of happy people

So, what does it take to be truly happy? According to Dan Baker, Ph.D., author of the best- selling, What Happy People Know, the secret of what makes people truly happy is how they live “inside of themselves”.

Postnatal depression

After the birth of a baby, women tend to feel many different emotions: excitement and happiness, as well as fear and anxiety.

The power of positive thinking

Do you concentrate on your problems, or your blessings? If you consider yourself an optimistic person, it is good news – your sunny outlook could keep you healthy.

Car seat safety

Using a child safety seat is the best protection when travelling by car, and can substantially reduce the risk of a potentially fatal injury in the case of babies and toddlers.

Understanding Body Language

Have you ever watched a couple sitting in a restaurant and within minutes you have a sense of how good or bad their relationship is?

Get a Hobby!

Yes, your secret obsession of doodling with puzzles, though decreasing your level of “cool points”, could increase your level of creativity!

Steroids and your teen

Tests conducted in South African high schools indicate that 10% of high school boys are using steroids.

Happy marriage, happy life

A happy marriage is linked to a lower risk of developing cancer, having a heart attack or being diagnosed with dementia and various other diseases.

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