We hope you've been enjoying the heatwave if you're in Europe, and that you've been following our tips for keeping healthy in the sun! It's that time of the week again for a good read of some good news. Happy Friday!
Scientists say there may be 6 types of sleepers, from 'night owls' to 'woodcocks'.
Why is there so much pressure to be "summer ready"?
New research confirms gut-brain connection in autism.
Talking to strangers may be good for your health.
These are the golden rules for a tip top metabolism.
What did you see on your run?
Check out a subway map of human anatomy.
This is how the brain reacts when you eat turmeric every day.
Why spend just two hours a week in nature is good for you.
This study measured thousands of people's reactions to different foods to develop individualised, preventive medicine.
about the author
Sabine Fasching comes from a long line of pharmacists. With Sagittamed, she wants to share the knowledge that her family has gathered over generations with others. Her goal is to make the world a little healthier with "Healthy Habits".
She became acquainted with the concept of Healthy Habits many years ago in England, where she lived for a long time. Building small, healthy habits into life instead of major changes that are difficult to sustain seemed brilliant to her. That's how she started incorporating Healthy Habits into her life, and she's still amazed at how well it works.