As a sign that many Asian cultures are changing, recently there have been a number of young Asian women making use of various platforms to speak out about why their countries need more, and better, information about sex.
Although social distancing and other actions have slowed the COVID-19 virus down, we won’t really be able to go ‘back to normal’ until a vaccine has been discovered. While there are a number of trials underway, many experts expect the wait to be up to 18 months or more before a successful vaccine becomes available.
While we often find our minds clouded with judgments and uncertainties, a life coach can actually help provide an outsider’s perspective and motivation to perform better and be more accountable.
A common practice nowadays is to exercise at the gym. “Going to gyms at night to exercise can, however, do more harm than good,” Dr Xu, President of Ren He Tang, divulged.
Three in four pregnant women or those who have recently given birth have suffered with anxiety during the pandemic.
As most of us have been waiting for gyms to reopen since forever, there are some concerns on members’ minds as to whether proper sanitisation and cleaning measures will be put in place.
Without crowded places to congregate, such as concerts and bars, friendships will become much more intimate and private, one expert predicts.
The Grammy award-winning singer shared the empowering message with her 7.8 million followers on the app.
In a new self-care series for coping with life amid the coronavirus pandemic, Sarah Turnnidge on how a renewed love of cycling has allowed her to explore her local area and escape the news cycle.
Having to sit for long hours, especially those working in offices, is also one of the main causes for lower back pain amongst young adults.
From going for a cycle to calling our mum, these are the things that make life a tiny bit easier when a dip day strikes.
Melanie Chisholm is happy to be dancing in TikTok videos with her 11-year-old daughter Scarlet, but she makes sure her daughter’s account is private.
During a global event such as this pandemic where many of us around the world are locked in, it becomes more important than ever to keep our immunity up.
In our poll last week, we asked you how many times have you exercised amid this pandemic, and 24% of Yahoo readers voted 0 (we added ‘eating’ as jest), while 21% of you do exercise every day, seven times a week (that’s a good feat!).
Exercising and keeping a healthy diet is a large factor in ensuring you get efficient sleep. While these are the main factors you should adapt to in your day-to-day lives, there are some tools to help you beat insomnia.
The Internet has made it easier for everyone to find workout ideas and training tips, and we’ve been following some of these accounts for a while now.
Life coach and TV presenter Anna Williamson shares her tips for keeping anxiety at bay during the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
In the warmer months sleeping at night becomes a task that is daunting - waking up multiple times throughout the night to feeling uncomfortable in what feels like damp pillows and bed sheet - I know, doesn’t sound pleasant but we all do it.