Exploring The Profound Depths of Mindfulness Meditation

The Profound Depths of Mindfulness Meditation : In the fast-paced cadence of modern existence, the phrase mindfulness meditation emerges as a sanctuary—a haven where individuals seek solace, balance, and a profound connection with the present moment. In this exploration, we unravel the intricate tapestry of mindfulness meditation, delving into its origins, benefits, and the transformative power it wields.

Understanding the

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The Elderly And Gyms

You feel like you need to be more active, but aren’t sure if a gym membership would suit your needs.

Apex Performance is proud to be inclusive of all ages and fitness levels. We offer a wide variety of workout options to suit all fitness levels and goals. Here are some of the benefits exercise can bring to your daily … Read More

Maintaining Emotional Well-being

Maintaining Emotional Mental health is an essential aspect of our overall well-being. It encompasses our emotional, psychological, and social well-being, and it impacts how we think, feel, and act in our daily lives. It’s essential to take care of our mental health, just as we care for our physical health. In this article, we’ll discuss some tips and strategies for … Read More

Molly Russell inquest delayed to ensure social media posts

The inquest into the death of 14-year-old Molly Russell was delayed by legal discussions on Tuesday as the coroner raised concerns about protecting people whose social media posts appear at the hearing.

The teenager, from Harrow in north-west London, took her own life in November 2017 after viewing content including posts linked to anxiety, depression, self-harm and suicide.

The coroner,

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Almost half of jobseeker recipients unable to work full-time

Near-record levels of people on the jobseeker payment are sick or have a disability, with more than 350,000 people on the dole now unable to work full-time.

Department of Social Services figures for June reveal 358,000 people on the jobseeker payment – or 43.1% – had a “partial capacity to work”, meaning they can only work between 15 and 30

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Britons of black and south Asian origin with dementia die

Britons of black and south Asian origin with dementia die younger and sooner after being diagnosed than white people, research has found.

South Asian people die 2.97 years younger and black people 2.66 years younger than their white counterparts, according to a study by academics from University College London and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

A team

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