Antacids or antipasto?

Posted January 12th 2011, by David Servan-Schreiber

Adopting a different diet could have more health benefits than swallowing a handful of pills, says David Servan-Schreiber

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Giving What We Can: would you donate 10% of your income?

Posted November 30th 2010, by Sophie Herdman

Christmas, they say, is a time for giving. And I for one enjoy giving presents just as much as receiving them. But would you consider giving on such a substantial scale all year round? One do-gooder who does just this is Oxford philosopher Toby Ord, who gives one third of what he earns to charity, […]

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Emotional emergencies: how to survive a crisis

Posted November 18th 2010

Whether you’re going through a divorce, redundancy or trying to make sense of a medical diagnosis, the survival mentality is a reflex you can learn, says Sarah Neish

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A breath of fresh air

Posted November 17th 2010, by David Servan-Schreiber

We may think it’s a comfort, but smoking is a form of self-medication that can lead to anxiety and even depression, explains David Servan-Schreiber. Why not find solace in other things?

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Is it happiness, not money, that makes the world go round?

Posted November 15th 2010, by Perri Lewis

David Cameron wants to measure and improve the UK’s happiness levels. But does he know how to do it?

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And breathe…

Posted November 10th 2010, by David Servan-Schreiber

In our non-stop, frenetic lives, many of us let stress levels build and build until we’re forced to take a break. We need to learn to relax on a daily basis, says David Servan-Schreiber

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