Physical activity is so important for personal health and well-being that no one should be sedentary. What type of physical activities do you incorporate into your week?
Professor Tal Ben-Shahar graduated in psychology and philosophy from Harvard University (USA) and later obtained a PhD. But fame came with his lecture on Positive Psychology.
The Summer Sarau Festival & Country Market at Upper Moutere on Sunday, 28 of February was a big success in the community. Read how Vitality contributed.
An international team of researchers introduced the world to a new kind of neuron, which, at this point, is believed to exist only in the human brain.
Increased air pollution has been linked to causing cognitive impairment, but also to several other diseases such as diabetes and dementia, says new research.
Everyone suffers from occasional headaches, according to The World Health Organisation. Find out what your headache means in this blog post.
Watch our video of New Zealand blackcurrants and what makes them such a great super food packed full of natural goodness.
1 in 3 people in NZ suffer from a neurological disorder. Are you or one of your loved ones affected? Read more about the rise of neurological orders in this blog post.
Apart from their physiological role in plants, anthocyanins are regarded as important components in human nutrition. Find out more and help improve your diet here.