WELLBEING

WELLBEING

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  1. Can we be happier?

    Can we be happier? Yes, but it’s not about wealth or GDP, says one economist

    A growing body of research outlined by Richard Layard, founder and former director of the Centre for Economic Performance at the London School of ...
  2. How to deal with difficult relatives over the holidays

    Family feud? Here’s how to deal with difficult relatives over the holidays

    You can’t control how other family members will act, but you can control how you respond to their actions.
  3. Loneliness during the festive season

    Unhappy Holidays: Coping with loneliness over the festive season

    It’s the holidays but not everyone is jolly. For lonely hearts, the festive season can bring on feelings of gut-wrenching loneliness. Find out how ...
  4. Frederick Chavalit Tsao is chairman of regional conglomerate IMC Pan Asia Alliance (IMC PAA) Group

    Philanthropist Fred Tsao is on a mission to make Chinese wellness great again

    The Thailand-born business tycoon is all about fusing Western science and traditional Chinese philosophy to create a new type of wellbeing.
  5. How to improve your posture

    How to look younger, thinner and more powerful? Maintain perfect posture

    Bad posture and poor alignment is rampant, the result of stress, wearing high heels, lugging heavy bags, and/or being glued to laptops and phones.
  6. Binod Chaudhary

    How to achieve work-life balance: 7 top tips from Nepal’s only billionaire

    Binod Chaudhary, chairman of the country’s largest multinational conglomerate, sticks to his favourite traditional tried-and-tested methods to ...
  7. Hero Early Riser 2

    Does waking up before sunrise make you a more successful individual?

    According to author Robin Sharma, rising one hour before the sun does allows you to focus on your goals and optimise your schedule for the day ahead.
  8. Heal me with plants HERO

    How quality of life is related to the relationship between people and plants

    Horticultural therapy, which uses gardening-like activities facilitated by a trained therapist to help patients feel better, is gaining traction ...
  9. Peyronies disease

    A new treatment for painful penis curvature, a condition that can make sex difficult

    Encouraging men to seek help for Peyronie's disease.
  10. Why do South Asians have such high rates of heart disease?

    Why do South Asians have such high rates of heart disease?

    "We all have someone in our first-degree circle that has either died suddenly or had premature cardiovascular disease," said one researcher.