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28 July 2021

What is “plogging” and why do it?

There are always new health and fitness trends emerging; unusual foods or strange exercises, hyped up and spread across social media until it seems everyone is […]
26 July 2021

Belgian town of Spa declared UNESCO World Heritage Site

The health resort Spa in Wallonia, Belgium has been declared a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) committee. 1. What […]
21 July 2021

These are the world’s 20 best cities to live in for mental wellbeing

A new study by VAAY, a German CBD and wellbeing brand has listed the best cities to live in for mental wellbeing. Using various metrics such […]
15 July 2021

World’s deepest pool opens in Dubai

Dubai has broken a new record: in addition to having the world’s largest skyscraper and shopping mall, the famous city of the United Arab Emirates now […]
25 June 2021

How do you get rid of jet lag fast?

As exciting as visiting far-flung corners of the Earth may be, a common downside to this is jet lag. The frustrating consequence of flying east or […]
22 June 2021

10 coolest swimming pools in the world

From a glass wall right by the ocean, or more than 30 meters deep: here is a list of the most stunning swimming pools in the […]
31 May 2021

Naturally developed immunity to Covid-19 could last for at least a year

Immunity to Covid-19 may last for at least a year, according to two recent studies cited in the New York Times. The studies looked at a […]
24 May 2021

Madeira to promote public display of digital health projects

The “Madeira Digital Health and Wellbeing“, an initiative that brings together digital projects in the areas of health and well-being, is promoting a set of public […]
11 May 2021

Tomorrowland won’t be selling cigarettes this year

Tomorrowland organizers and British American Tobacco (BAT) have announced that cigarettes will no longer be sold at the well-known festival in Belgium. The changes will also […]
4 May 2021

New Zealand considers banning smoking in move to become smoke-free by 2025

New Zealand has announced that it is considering, among other proposals, making smoking illegal as part of its aim to make the country smoke-free by 2025. […]
9 March 2021

Should runners wear masks?

A number of scientists are now calling for masks to be mandatory for joggers. Face masks have become a normal part of our daily lives as […]
5 March 2021

Is this the beginning of a wave of women-only tours?

More women read fiction than men. In the US, the UK and Canada, women account for 80 percent of fiction sales. “When women stop reading, the […]
16 February 2021

Basic-Fit borrows 150 million euros to avoid bankruptcy

The Covid-19 pandemic has put many businesses in trouble, one recent brand to announce difficulties is Dutch gym chain, Basic-Fit. Basic-Fit has had to take out […]
8 February 2021

Sedentary lifestyle: A silent enemy in the pandemic

In this period of confinement, where social distancing and remote work are part of the new daily routine, sedentary lifestyles have become a silent enemy of […]
4 February 2021

Today is World Cancer Day

The health emergency associated with Covid-19 has caused patients with chronic diseases such as cancer, to stay away from clinics, postpone their check-ups or avoid medical […]
1 February 2021

5 Tips to work effectively from home

Many organizations have asked employees to work remotely during the pandemic. If you’re like me, new to the concept of working from home, the following tips could […]
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