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After two Covid-affected Emirates LitFests, it’s apt that the celebratory 15th edition should return ‘home’ of sorts — to the vibrant atmosphere of the InterContinental in Dubai’s Festival City. And with the spectacular Mohammed Bin Rashid Library now open just across the Creek, it’s great to see that some sessions and workshops are taking place there, too, given that it’s a building that reminds us of the power of literature.  There’s plenty for Livehealthy readers...

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Getting under the covers for a good night’s sleep is what keeps us healthy – both physically and mentally. Not only does 40 winks improve memory and cognitive function, it also boosts the immune system, lowers the risk of chronic diseases such as obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, and helps regulate your mood. It can also improve athletic performance, aid in weight management, and improve your skin’s appearance.  But are you getting enough of it...

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Six healthy ways to lose weight, improve your mental health and become the happiest, healthiest and most empowered version of yourself.

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Thanks to the nation’s huge dining scene and plentiful takeaway options, it can be all too easy to let home cooking fall by the wayside. However, being your own chef has multiple benefits. Spending time in the kitchen can be highly enjoyable and therapeutic, and it gives you total control over everything you put in your body. Not to mention it’s also a considerably cheaper lifestyle than constantly buying expensive meal plans, dinners out and...

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Angela Bishara started suffering agonizing joint pain and inflammation in her knee shortly after turning 30. Unable to drive, walk properly or stand up for longer than 10 minutes, she turned to the spice turmeric –and its primary bioactive substance curcumin – to tackle the symptoms of what would later be diagnosed as Hashimoto’s disease and reactive arthritis.  “I can’t describe the pain, the heaviness, the frustration, the fear of not knowing if I would...

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