Healthy Food – Prepared Easily

Have you ever come home, opened your fridge and wondered what to have for dinner with the few ingredients you have available? Have you ever come back home and ordered some take away since what you had really wasn’t so promising? These scenarios seem to become more and more common … Continue reading

Distant Star Moved by Tides

Recently, the scientific Journal Nature published an interesting theory online. Astronomers believe that the surface area of a distant star is influenced by the gravity of a huge alien planet. Earth’s moon is responsible for the tides that we observe here on Earth and equally, so the astronomers argue, the … Continue reading

A Doctor’s Touch

This week, Dr. Sebastian Müller (Ph.D.) discusses the challenging ideas of Dr. Abraham Vergese, a professor at the University of Stanford. Doctors constitute one of the oldest human profession. Arisen mainly from ancient Greek philosophy as well as religious institutions such as monasteries  in the Western world, this profession has … Continue reading

Blood Acidity – Keep It in Check

This week our health correspondent Dr. Sebastian Müller (Ph.D.) continues his series on health and discusses alkalising and acidifying foods.  “You are what you eat” This is such a true statement, and with the increase of variety in today’s supermarkets, it is more important than ever to understand what certain … Continue reading

Fitness First – Energy Drinks

We recently reported on great ways to prepare healthy food easily. The readers of our fitness column asked us to complement the dietary suggestions we give with energy drinks, as they are a fantastic way to boost energy, feel healthy, live healthily and get full control over your life. There … Continue reading

Did the Earth Once Have Two Moons?

The moon has always been an object of mystic interest to humans. Some nights we see it clearly and bright; during full moon and when the sky is clear. Other nights we look for the moon in vain, for instance when the sky is clouded over. Interestingly we only ever … Continue reading

The Extraordinary DNA of a 115-year Old Woman

Don’t we all wish to live long and healthily without any diseases such as dementia, diabetes or a weak heart? Hendrikje van Andel-Schipper, a Dutch woman who passed away in 2005 at the age of 115, lived through three centuries without any health problems and was told to be “as fit … Continue reading

ESFJ – The Host/Hostess of the World

London Life Coach & Relationship Expert Sloan Sheridan-Williams talks about ESFJ personality types. Follow Sloan Life Coach on Twitter @SloanSW_London and visit www.sloansw.com I have been asked to elaborate on each personality type with a few characteristics and examples for each. I will be expanding on each type shortly but … Continue reading

ESTJ – The Overseer

London Life Coach & Relationship Expert Sloan Sheridan-Williams talks about ESTJ personality type. Follow Sloan Life Coach on Twitter @SloanSW_London and visitwww.sloansw.com I have been asked to elaborate on each personality type with a few characteristics and examples for each. I will be expanding on each type shortly but in … Continue reading

Green Tea Versus Coffee

This week, Dr. Sebastian Müller (Ph.D.) compares the two popular hot beverages Coffee and Green Tea, and discusses their benefits and pitfalls. Antioxidants A scientific term, that is now frequently discussed in popular literature, is the term of antioxidants. Many articles have mentioned that antioxidants can be found in berries, beverages and … Continue reading

Coping with IBS – Visceral Osteopathy

This week, City Connect has interviewed Dr. Sebastian Müller (Ph.D.) about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Chronic Fatigue – something that plagues many people in our society these days in one form or another. He has been collating information from the literature and from health experts and has interesting suggestions, which … Continue reading

Lila: an Inquiry into Morals

What is quality and what are values? This is the integral question Robert Pirsig asks in his book “Lila”, which is a sequel to his famous novel “Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance”. City Connect reported on the latter book previously, and now we will continue the philosophical debate. … Continue reading

Sleep Sharpens Your Memory

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A good night’s sleep is important for many reasons and researches have found another good reason why it is so important to rest calmly during the night. Your memory sharpens during sleep, when your brain puts all the information you acquired during the day in order. This phenomenon has been … Continue reading

ISFJ – The Defender

London Life Coach & Relationship Expert Sloan Sheridan-Williams talks about ISFJ personality types. Follow Sloan Life Coach on Twitter @SloanSW_London and visitwww.sloansw.com I have been asked to elaborate on each personality type with a few characteristics and examples for each. I will be expanding on each type shortly but in … Continue reading