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It is Always NOW - Life After a Coma
It’s Always Now is the inspiring story about a young man who fell from a balcony in Spain, fell into a coma, and had to rebuild his whole life from scratch.He had to learn to walk again, and he had to figure out again who he is.
Fermentation - How to Do it Yourself
Fermentation is a process in which bacteria, fungi and yeast are used to make food products. Perhaps that doesn’t sound very attractive, but did you know these bacteria are actually very healthy?
What is the Relationship between Food and Emotions?
Is there a relation between the food we eat and our emotions? The way we feel. An Eastern vision on our body and mind with Rick Vermuyten.
Overview - articles
Why Stress is Essentially Useful
In these hectic times, we mainly associate stress with negative things, such as burn-outs and heart problems. We seem to forget that stress is essentially useful. Stress doctor Luc Swinnen explains why this is the case.
Taking a Cold Shower Every Day Causes You to be Sick Less Often
Not long ago, we very much liked taking a cold shower, but with the weather changing these days, we prefer taking a hot shower. However, it might not be such a bad idea to completely turn the heat down: after all, a cold shower keeps you healthy.
101 Tips to Prevent Stress
The manual to having a stress-free life, written by an American psychology teacher, went viral on Twitter after a student posted photos of his 101 tips.
This is Why a Paper Cut Hurts So Much
A piece of paper is a harmless object, until its edge cuts into the tip of your finger. Journalist Jason Goldman of the British broadcasting company BBC tried to find out why these cuts are so painful.
Why Toddlers Should Not Watch Too Much Television
Placing your toddler in front of the TV-screen to finally get some things done can be very practical. But you had better not do it too often. Those who watch too much television, can start showing asocial behaviour when they reach the age of 13.
What Really Happens when You Pee in the Swimming Pool
No, pool water does not turn purple when you pee in it, but that does not mean that you can just go ahead and do it. This video explains which chemical processes occur when urine ends up in the pool water.
Breakthrough in Cancer Research: Oxygen
Scientists have discovered that an oxygen deficiency in tumour cells contributes to the growth of cancer and that an improvement of the oxygen supply to tumours inhibits the growth of cancer cells.