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A healthy social life can help you to live a healthier and happier life. These articles and lifestyle, relationship and sexual health tips will help you today.

Aging is Normal, it Happens in Each of Us However, some people age faster than others. This can show itself on the skin (wrinkles, age/liver spots) but more importantly it can show up in your cells, tissues and organs. Signs of aging can also be your tendency to have elevated blood fats (triglycerides), low good choles…

It goes without saying that you want a healthy youthful life now and as you get older. An active lifestyle with engaging social interactions and moderately reduced calorie diet are factors that generally support health promotion. According to more recent research studies, there is likely a role for supplements in overa…

Summer is an active time of the year for individuals, families, and any kind of group. You may have a favourite outdoor sport, or favorite park for picnics or camping. Wherever you plan to be and whatever you plan to do, I have 6 healthy tips to help make sure you are ready for your summer. 1. Gear Up. Make sure your c…

Do you have nature deficiency disorder? Increasingly, we have become an indoor society as well as one that is glued to a screen of some sort (ie: hand held devices, tablets, laptops, etc.). I am amazed at how low some of my patients’ vitamin D levels are when I review their test results – without fail, those in careers…

Sex drive or libido is a natural feeling that adults experience. There are times however when libido wanes and it becomes difficult to engage in intimate relations with your partner. It is distressing for both partners but there are some effective naturopathic solutions that you can incorporate to promote a more consis…

In your day-to-day life, it is easy to feel bogged down by all the pressures and demands: work, home, family and other stressors. Of course you like to feel good and there are several ways to help keep you on the happy side of being, or to have a sense of ‘well-being’. In our brain are several messenger molecules, call…

The social organization of our world is changing. People are getting married later in their lives. Unions between couples are not always in traditional marriages, but increasingly as cohabitation, with or without children. A significant amount of marriages dissolve and we are left wondering about how to cope and be of…

We live in a culture immersed in a sea of sexual images from television, movies and the often loose standards of Hollywood. We are expected to perform sexually at any age and equate happiness and virility with our sexual prowess. This intense psychological pressure itself can be a cause of sexual dysfunction. All the w…

What makes you happy? A common response is positive and healthy personal relationships. Positive and healthy personal relationships are based on a number of factors: trust and honesty, effective communication, and mutual sexual satisfaction or intimacy. In a recent Australian study conducted by the Sydney Centre for Se…