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Play football from age 3 to 80: Let's kick with passion and benefit with good health!

Hongkongers love watching football games, and many are even willing to stay up late to support their beloved team. But in fact, apart from watching football on television, football itself is a physically and mentally-rewarding sport, that can not only train one’s physiques, but also broaden one’s social circle, bringing benefits to people of all ages, from the elderly, to the middle-aged, and the youth. 

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Working when you are caring? Pay attention to mind and body signals!

Hong Kong is becoming a super-aged society with 1 in 5 people over the age of 65, and there are an increasing number of conditions requiring long-term care. Many of us are therefore working carers – including ‘sandwich carers’ who take care of older parents and children at the same time. Carers who spend long hours of caring with occasional crisis management may particularly face competition between their caregiving and professional roles.

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Stay away from rumination: Five tips to help you step out of the shadows!

It’s common for us as people to feel self-doubt when we face stress or even setbacks, but the biggest hurdle always seems to be stopping that negative train of thought. It can consume us and make us absent-minded during the day and unable to sleep well at night. We cannot seem to get away from these negative emotions, and so we keep asking ourselves ‘Why am I like this?’

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Two-minute insomnia therapy: Tips for falling asleep faster and better!

Insomnia is a critical issue that has direct impact on employee productivity. It might implicate the entire team’s working progress. Inability to sleep at night has a negative impact on work performance the following day and contributes to an increase in stress. The stress then leads us to insomnia again. Such a vicious circle will have an adverse impact on our body.

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Working when you are caring? Pay attention to mind and body signals!

Hong Kong is becoming a super-aged society with 1 in 5 people over the age of 65, and there are an increasing number of conditions requiring long-term care. Many of us are therefore working carers – including ‘sandwich carers’ who take care of older parents and children at the same time. Carers who spend long hours of caring with occasional crisis management may particularly face competition between their caregiving and professional roles.