Health

13 November 2015

Ten Minute Workouts To Help Diabetes Sufferers

Mark Wood, Head of Education for British Military Fitness has put together a 10 minute workout, which can be done two or three times a day, whenever you have a ...
13 November 2015

Five Million Women Are Not Up To Date With Their Smear Tests

Recent research uncovered that 5,346,000 women are no up to date with their cervical screening appointments. Incredibly 1.1 million admit they have never had a smear test, with pain, embarrassment ...
12 November 2015

Brits Are Using Wait Trainers To Lose Weight

The survey of over 1,000 people showed that one in twenty people over the age of fifty five have used a waist trainer and 30% of those surveyed admit to ...
12 November 2015

Not A Dry Eye In The Room

As the weather gets colder we often think of wrapping up warm and taking precautions to protect our skin, but many of us underestimate the importance of protecting our eye ...
12 November 2015

A Healthy Diet For A Healthy Winter

The inevitable cold and flu season is upon us. A survey has found that up to 80% of people could be hit with three colds ever year, with a statistic ...
11 November 2015

Madeline Shaw's top morning tips for a healthy winter

In light of the World Economic forum's report last week that revealed how the most successful people start their day, we asked expert nutritionist and yoga teacher Madeleine Shaw to ...

10 November 2015

10 Ways to Boost Prostate Health

According to Cancer Research UK, prostate cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related deaths in the UK. Eating the right dietary compounds in sufficient quantities can improve your ...

7 November 2015

How To Beat Winter Tiredness

You're not imagining it, you may well be feeling sleepier and more fatigued now that the short days and long nights are drawing in, as it could be a problem ...
7 November 2015

Eight Ways To Achieve A Better Work-Life Balance And Banish Stress For Good!

Do you find yourself attempting to juggle the pressures of working life, household errands, and spending time with your friends and family? Well, you're not alone. With the rise of ...
7 November 2015

The Little Black Dress Workout

With the festive party season just around the corner, Vicky Kerr, instructor at British Military Fitness (BMF), the UK's undisputed leader in military fitness, has developed the ultimate Little Black ...
6 November 2015

Britain Is Facing A Diabetes Epidemic

To mark World Diabetes Day on November 14th, new research has been released and it shows that despite a stream of advice to eat healthily and exercise, there is still ...
6 November 2015

Ten Questions To Ask Yourself Before Going Under The Knife

From breast enlargements and facelifts to fillers and body sculpting, plastic surgery has become commonplace across the UK, with 45,000 of us going under the knife last year alone. However, ...
6 November 2015

What’s In Your Tears?

The British are renowned for having a stiff upper lip, a belief which a new survey has confirmed, with 55.7% of respondents saying that Brits don't like to show our ...
5 November 2015

A Cuppa Is Tea-Riffic For Your Teeth

Tea is an important source of fluoride and the longer you leave it to brew, the better it is for your teeth. That's according to new research about to be published. ...
5 November 2015

Plenish Your Body

For those living ultra demanding lives, it's essential to plenish your body with the right nutrients so your body can keep up with you. Plenish, the leader in premium cold ...
31 October 2015

Chloe Madeley Proves Extra Sleep Helps Sport Performance

Chloe Madeley teamed up with Bensons for Beds, as part of a study alongside sports participants, to discover the dramatic physical performance benefits of adding just two hours of sleep. ...
30 October 2015

Women With AI Are Suffering In Silence

Always Discreet is on a mission to give a voice to the 1 in 3 women in the UK who suffer from bladder sensitivity in silence. Grey hairs and wrinkles may ...
29 October 2015

We're A Nation Of Exercise Exaggerators

With exercise and eating healthily fast becoming a marker for social status, Britain has become a nation of exercise exaggerators, a term used to describe people that lie about their ...
29 October 2015

Health Aware Brits Are Drinking More Water

New research at a conference on encouraging healthy hydration reveaks that water is the only drink that UK consumers are drinking more of. The figures, produced by Kantar Worldpanel, show ...
28 October 2015

Diet Plans Go AWOL In Winter

Most of us admit to eating more in cold, those dull wet and cold, miserable days can have a significant effect on weight loss as calorie consumption tends to increase ...

24 October 2015

The Truth About Tampons

In an era that coined the phrase TMI and in which seemingly no subject is off limits, why are topics such as periods still taboo when it's a natural part ...
24 October 2015

Walking Dead? Brits Losing Too Much Sleep?

The study examined by the University of Leeds in conjunction with SilentNight, to be presented at the Newcastle British Sleep Society Conference, found that the lack of sleep Brits are ...
24 October 2015

Hormone Hell: Give PMS A Push

Scientists warn women at child-bearing age about their troublesome symptoms and how it could affect them when they are going through the menopause. A study published in Menopause, the journal of ...
23 October 2015

The Health Benefits Of Garlic Supplements

A study that is about to be published in Complete Nutrition describes five key ways garlic can help head off cardiovascular disease. The evidence review which examined 44 studies, some of ...
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