Higher risk of behavioural, mood problems in boys who play football early

PHOTO: Reuters Boys who start playing American football before their 12th birthday may be at sharply increased risk of behavioural and mood problems later in life compared to peers who hit the gridiron later, according to a recent US study. Among former professional, college and high school football players, those with earlier exposure to the […]


Korean-American Scientist Couple Discovers Major New Cause of Autism

A Korean-American couple may have found one of the causes of Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a condition that has puzzled scientists from all over the world since it was first described in the 1940s. Harvard Medical School faculty member and former assistant professor at UMass Medical School, Jun-ryeol Huh, and his wife, Gloria Choi, an […]

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How to Keep the Spark Alive in your Marriage

Marriage is not always going to be the same as the beginning of the relationship. No matter how perfect you are for each other or how fantastic your marriage is, the relationship is bound to change. These feelings are normal. However, the most important aspect of the relationship is your commitment to each other. Maybe you are at the point of your marriage where you feel like it’s time to bring back the sparks. Well if you are, let me share with you some practical tips on how to keep the spark alive in your marriage.

Anger Management

We all have experienced anger from time to time and perhaps even on a daily basis. Anger is one of the many emotions that we have. It is a strong feeling of annoyance, displeasure, or hostility. As long as we are alive, we will still feel the emotion of anger. Anger has often been frowned upon and it is something to be avoided. It is not practical to want to never ever experience anger. It is not possible. What is really important is to learn how to manage it so that we can be effective and functional in our lives.