The benefit of touch on mental and physical health

Through a large-scale analysis, researchers at the Netherlands Institute for Neuroscience have uncovered the ways in which consensual touch can benefit a person’s physical and mental wellbeing. You might recognize the comforting feeling when someone offers you Read More

Massage Replaces Invasive Surgeries

A ‘hands-on’ therapy that can feel like a deep massage has replaced major surgeries in two fields of medicine: female infertility and serious digestive problems per researchers at Clear Passage® Therapies. Following decades of research, studies Read More

How sleep disruption can exacerbate pain

People often experience headaches and body pain after a lack of sleep, but the mechanisms behind this phenomenon are unclear. A new study led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), a founding member of Read More

Nature Exposure Can Ease ADHD Symptoms

A University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign expert Andrea Faber Taylor, says time in nature can ease symptoms of the common child- and adulthood condition referred to as ADHD. In a key study, she found a 20-minute walk through Read More

Where do we feel love?

Researchers at Aalto University have made a map of where in the body different types of love are felt and how strongly they are experienced. ‘It was noteworthy, though not very surprising, that the types Read More

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