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  1. Sauna woman

    Does using the sauna actually help you lose weight? And does it count as cardio?

    Sweating it out in a wooden box doesn't work as a "detox" – but it might have other health benefits, like reducing the risk of heart disease and ...
  2. StepUp dashboard

    Want free local data? Singtel and AIA partner up for you to walk for it

    Each step you take earns points that can be redeemed for rewards on the new wellness platform StepUp.
  3. Pet dog teenager adolescent development

    What do teenagers need? Ask the family pet, say experts

    Pets provide comforts that seem tailor-made for the stresses of normal adolescent development.
  4. NYT - Vitamins

    Supplements and diets for heart health show limited proof of benefit

    Some supplements may actually be harmful for cardiovascular health.
  5. NYT - music HIIT workouts

    Just add music: Revving up workouts without feeling the increased intensity

    Volunteers reported enjoying intense exercise most when upbeat music was playing, compared with when they heard a podcast or nothing.
  6. Taking notes

    Collecting your thoughts is good. Organising them is even better

    From the latest app to "paper"-like systems that let you write with smartpens, note taking goes beyond typing text.
  7. Ear wax cleaning injury

    Wax on, wax off? Why cleaning your ears might do more harm than good

    Are you the type who loves to dig your ears? It might feel enjoyable but there's a danger to it. And guess what, you might not need to clean your ...
  8. Drinking less leads to higher quality of life

    Time to cut back? Drinking less might be tied to higher quality of life

    A new study suggests that moderate drinkers who quit had bigger gains in wellbeing compared to those who don't drink at all.
  9. BC-WELL-SLOW-LOVE-ART-NYTSF -- No caption. (CREDIT: Lorraine Sorlet for The New York Times) -- FOR

    Millennials seem to be taking the slow road to love – should we all do the same?

    Millennials are going on fewer dates, having less sex and marrying later. Do they know something about love that the rest of us don't?
  10. Reversing the damage of a stroke

    Reversing the damage of a stroke: How one patient rehabilitated himself through sheer determination

    For one patient, a decade of recovery took determination, persistence and the courage to weather repeated setbacks.