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Wellbeing

Life Coaching with Neelambika Kasad: Happiness Habits

What makes people happy?

Success, money, power and love. What else?

Happiness is now a well-established topic in the scientific and social research community.  Some of the research is investigating the ancient traditions of wellbeing.

A lot has been found about happiness. The best news from researchers is that happiness can be ‘cultivated’. Here are some ways to live happier, as suggested by research and traditional wisdom.

Hope

Part 2 - Some heartening advice about heart attacks

By Dr. Suresh Shottam

Late last year, health enthusiasts in Bangalore were stunned by the sudden death of a local doctor. He had no history of heart disease, maintained a healthy lifestyle and was a fitness freak who never missed a workout. Yet he collapsed while jogging on the treadmill and died of a massive heart attack shortly afterwards. He was only 43 years old.

Some heartening advice about heart attacks

Dr. Suresh Shottam with TC

Late last year, health enthusiasts in Bangalore, India, were stunned by the sudden death of a local doctor. He had no history of heart disease, maintained a healthy lifestyle and was a fitness freak who never missed a workout. Yet he collapsed while jogging on the treadmill and died of a massive heart attack shortly afterwards. He was only 43 years old.

Tango Dance by Gustavo and Jesica Hornos from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

It Takes Two to Tango

 

As many of us turn to Bollywood Bhangra, Brazilian Zumba or Cuban Salsa to keep fit and lose those extra pounds, researchers have discovered that another Latin American dance is helping people with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) find a better balance in life.  The Argentinian Tango in particular, with its distinctive footwork, dramatic postures and abrupt pauses is helping patients afflicted with PD focus on a slow duple rhythm and pattern of steps that improves their coordination and overall mobility.