Health

18 March 2016

Why The Clocks Going Forward Is Bad For Your Health

According to recent research from Leeds University and Silentnight, we lose more than fifteen days of sleep on average every year. Add another hour on to this soon for the ...
17 March 2016

Put Those Thoughts To Bed

After a busy and demanding day it can be all too hard to "switch off" when you get home. You can often find yourself still running through all the things ...
17 March 2016

11-Year-Old With Rare Condition Becomes YouTube Rising Star

Nikki Christou suffers from a rare Craniofacial AVM (Arteriovenous Malformation), a condition that only three in a million people suffer from. However, that doesn't hold her back. She is making ...
16 March 2016

10 things you might not know about Menostaxis by Kaz La Mac

If you suffer from heavy periods with no known clinical reason, then a new book might be able to help you. It is based on a true account, experienced by ...

12 March 2016

The Age Of Happiness Is 39

Researchers who carried out a detailed investigation into the key milestone years of life, also found we are most body confident when we are 31, but doing the best in ...
12 March 2016

Childhood Tooth Loss Points To A Worrying Trend

No-one can have failed to notice the big push towards reducing sugar in our diet, especially among children. The reason for this is twofold - firstly that there is an ...
12 March 2016

How To Stay Motivated At Work With Music Therapy

Modern life is fast-paced and can often feel aggressively demanding. With the constant expectation that we should fill every day with activity, we often forget to take time out for ...
10 March 2016

Addressing The Misconceptions Of Ovarian Cancer

Ovarian cancer is diagnosed in over 7,000 women a year and it is one of the most common cancers in women, but many know little about the signs and how ...
10 March 2016

Paula Radcliffe Talks Mental Health

Britain's most successful female distance runner, Paula Radcliffe, has revealed her views on mental health following her own experience dealing with the psychological pressures faced by athletes at the top ...
10 March 2016

The Importance Of A Good Night's Sleep

As the cold weather continues, National Bed Month in March provides a good excuse to stay wrapped up and think about the importance of a good night's sleep. Sleep plays a ...
10 March 2016

What Is Endometriosis?

Over the weekend it was reported that Lena Dunham has been hospitalised due to a ruptured ovarian cyst as a result of Endometriosis. This highlights that women are not always ...
5 March 2016

Is Your Job Affecting Your Eye Health?

According to new data released by the UK's most trusted eye healthcare group, office workers are the most likely to develop eye problems, with nurses, teachers and those in management ...
5 March 2016

Break Free From Poor Form And Phones

Brits' worst habits when it comes to exercising have been identified, revealing that whilst we may have good intentions, we can fall victim to overly chatty exercisers and workout postponers. Research ...
4 March 2016

Nine Quick Ways To Get Back Your Energy When You’re Feeling Tired

If you ask your local doctor about what the most common complaint they hear from patients is, don't be surprised if the majority say it is tiredness. In fact, feeling ...
3 March 2016

Tiny changes you can make to your diet to keep diabetes at bay by Robin Ellis

Robin Ellis is best known for his role as Captain Ross Poldark in the original BBC classic series - he then returned to play a cameo in the recent smash ...

25 February 2016

The Teenage Problems That Still Affect Us As Adults

We're sure that we are not alone in the fact that most of our teenage memories are filled with embarrassing anecdotes and humiliating experiences. You may be under the impression ...
25 February 2016

Tone While You Type

Office culture can be notoriously busy day to day, often meaning early mornings and working into the night. With more and more people taking an interest in the growing health ...
25 February 2016

Not Enough Brits Are Cycling To Work

Concerns about accidents and the Great British weather mean just 9% of working Brits currently cycle to work, new research from Ribble Cycles shows. The YouGov poll of 1,143 workers ...
25 February 2016

Emergency Contraception: Myths And Facts

Here, we set the record straight to help women make informed choices based on the facts. Myth: There is only one emergency contraception method available. The Facts: There are two types of ...
20 February 2016

Have We Been Brushing Our Teeth The Wrong Way?

Recent research shows that only one in four adults brush their teeth twice a day and 31% of adults use mouthwash and only 21% use dental floss regularly. WhiteWash Laboratories, ...
20 February 2016

More Women Aspire To Become Beautifully Strong

If your New Year workout regime is not delivering the results you want, now is the perfect time to start something new by venturing into the free weights area and ...
19 February 2016

Eat Well With Tips From Bupa

A Is For Apples - Eat apples with the skin on, as many of its vitamin C is concentrated just under the skin. Plus the skin provides a great source ...
19 February 2016

Top Health & Fitness Tips From Iwan Thomas

Forget fad diets and expensive gym memberships, former World Champion sprinter Iwan Thomas reveals the top tips for staying fit and healthy in 2016, all from the comfort of your ...
19 February 2016

Brits Have A 'Calorie Blind Spot'

A study of 2,000 adults found that while calorie counting and 'five a day' are a focus of their daily food plan, a large percentage admit they often forget to ...
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