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Help! I'm Not in the Drivers Seat of My Own Life
You sometimes have the feeling that you’re being lived by life instead of being in charge of it? Geert Vermaerke tells us how you can take life into your own hands again.
How to 'Make' Health?
We all like to be healthy. In this episode of healthlab.tv, Rick Vermuyten explains how you can make health.
Strategy of Happiness
What is being happy and how do you become happy? Not exactly an easy question but Frederik Imbo has the answer.
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Everything you need to know about GDPR and your data at healthlab.tv
GDPR is approaching. On 25 May 2018, the new privacy regulation will be enforced. We at healthlab.tv take your privacy seriously
Too Hot to Sleep? Here's What You can Do
Having trouble sleeping because it's way too hot? Join the club. Hours upon hours of tossing and turning while sweating profusely, can hardly be called relaxing. Here are ten useful tips to cool your room and yourself down.
This is Why You should Never Work Out with a Hangover
Barbecues, garden parties, sidewalk cafés: there's a fair chance you'll have a bit too much to drink on a warm summer night. But what if you're expected to be at the gym the next day? "Then you had best stay home."
Diet Soda Makes You Fat, 3 Alternatives for Light and Zero Addicts
Sugar-free drinks and diet soda don't help you lose weight. On the contrary, they can even make you fatter. This was shown in research by the Imperial College London.
New Organ Discovered in the Human Body
An Irish surgeon has discovered a new organ in the human body. The organ in question is the mesentery, a double fold of peritoneum which now turns out to be an organ. "This discovery opens up a whole new field of science", the study claims.
Will Becoming 100 Years Old be Normal Soon?
Time ticks away mercilessly and that is all too apparent in our bodies. Grey hairs, wrinkles, bad eye-sight, memory loss... It's all part of the aging process. No one can escape time, but the scientists of the Salk Institute have an answer.
Cheap does Not Necessarily Mean Unhealthy
Consumers think that healthy nutrition is automatically more expensive. They also suspect that when comestibles are more expensive, this is because they are healthier, although there is not a single shred of evidence to sustain this.