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A study shows that clutter can negatively affect your mental well-being, and hoarders are more likely to be depressed about mess than people suffering from OCD.
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From the dangers of swimming after eating to the real benefits of sweat, we ask an expert to prove – or debunk – seven common health myths.
With Christmas fast approaching, it may be time to turn your eyes towards distant shores - Hong Kong is home, but holidays are worth spending abroad.
Here's what the guys on the YP team worried about as teens, and what they'd say to their past selves now.
Trying to fit in doesn’t have to mean doing things you don’t want to. Here are some tips on how to overcome peer pressure.
How you listen to music and what a rock looks like, are among this year’s list of sample interview questions published by Oxford University.
This World Mental Health Day, we've put together some of our best articles on mental health awareness, and developments in the field.
No matter how hard we try to avoid it, sweating is a fact of life in our hot, busy city. But all that perspiring is actually good for our health.
There's more to getting ready for a typhoon than to stay indoors and make sure you have plenty of entertainment.
When it comes to healthy lifestyle, which is more important: eating a balanced diet, or staying active?
If there’s one illness that never seems to go away, it’s the dreaded flu – which can range from being unpleasant to deadly.

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