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A look into the future of health and wellness

This 10th October marks the World Mental Health Day. The pandemic has made us well and truly prioritise health. A Clinique La Prairie research has shown that 79%* of people feel that their own health has been affected in some way by Covid-19. There is a demand for more meaningful all-encompassing preventive tools, placing the link between the body’s health’ and the mind’s wellbeing into sharp relief.
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Mental Wellness - How to keep inner balance

Wellbeing springs from a multitude of elements using all five senses to build physical, psychological and emotional balance. Certain Eastern cultures place it at the centre of holistic practices elevated to the rank of therapeutic acts and even arts of living, such as Ayurveda.
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Everything you should know about turmeric and turmeric supplements

The power of spices in protecting and supporting health was since old times a mysterious characteristic we wanted to unveil and understand. Spices are unique antioxidants packed with actives, and phytonutrients, and their anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and anti-viral properties help keep the immune system robust.
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Fisetin: unlocking the senolytic potential

In the cutting-edge research that could help us all live better for longer, cellular senescence is a topic of growing interest. Senescent cells are cells that, under stress conditions, engage in a process to prevent the replication of damaged DNA. As a result, they stop dividing, then accumulate, releasing compounds in the body that accelerate aging.
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Key elements to unlock the power of your brain

How healthy is your brain? The neurobiology of the brain is a fascinating field and brings unbelievable insights about the complex neuronal microarchitecture of our mind. Brain is where the performances begin and end. It monitors and controls all the energy metabolism of the body and it never stops working.
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Sleep well to live better

Sleep is an essential part of our existence. The time we spend asleep - about a third of our lives - is essential for our physical and psychic recovery. When you are affected by a sleeping disorder, negative effects such as fatigue, irritability and concentration deficiencies become apparent.
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