New research in neurobiology reveals that birthing and infant rearing practices we consider normal may precipitate mental health issues in later life, contributing to destructive and aggressive behaviour. By abandoning an element of collaboration, we may have left behind methods which once produced stronger people who respected each other and the planet
Want to try ethical and organic beauty products and don't know where to start? We talk to enterpreneur Laila Sanderson, the mind behind Vertue, a service that curates the best to make us feel good – and look well
Our skin is not only a nice layer to look at, but is a proper “organ”, with its own life and rules, physiology, chemistry and…psychology! We asked Dr. Mariano Spiezia to go deep into the subject.
Most of us are so used to treating their ailments with pharmaceutical pills of one sort or another that the idea of using plants as medicine would seem outdated. It evokes medieval visions of cackling witches brewing their secret potions in the moonlight or peasant women boiling roots and barks because they can’t afford a proper doctor
Oliver Selway, the creator of Woodland Workouts and author of Instinctive Fitness, draws back to the bare basics with his primal approach to health and fitness