Health

4 May 2016

New mobile game designed to advance early diagnosis research for dementia

Deutsche Telekom have today (May 4) launched a brand new mobile game to help in the fight against dementia, with just two minutes of gameplay able to provide five hours ...
28 April 2016

10 Ways To Beat Spring Allergies

Spring is officially here! Warmer climates mean more time to enjoy and appreciate the outdoors. At the same time however seasonal allergies emerge in earnest to give us another ailment ...
20 April 2016

Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson discusses the benefits of digital fitness technology

Research by Tata Consultancy Services, the official technology partner of the Virgin Money London Marathon, has found that digital fitness technology is helping make Britain healthier and more active. We ...

11 April 2016

Dr. Harold Katz's top 10 tips for oral health

Looking after your teeth is probably one of your most important jobs as a responsible adult, and so we've got 10 top tips from Dr. Harold Katz, dentist, bacteriologist and ...
11 April 2016

Breaking down the Menstrual Cup stigma - Menstrual Cup 101

Considering how long menstruation has been around, the options for managing it are, frankly, limited. About 7 in 10 people in Western Europe, Canada and the USA use tampons, or ...
7 April 2016

Dr Dawn Harper tells us why oral hygiene is vital for our overall health

Dr Dawn Harper has joined forces with DenTek again to shine a spotlight on the importance of good oral health and general healthcare. We caught up with her to talk ...
7 April 2016

The Road To Real Health Goals

With all eyes on sport this summer, it's a time when Brits will be set to support and be inspired by the UK's sporting heroes' achievements on the world stage. ...
6 April 2016

Exclusive: BBC Radio presenter Chrissie on getting skin cancer on her face

I have never been a natural sun lover. I always felt hot and uncomfortable in too much heat so I never really spent ages basking in the sun. I'd prefer ...
5 April 2016

Exclusive: BBC Radio presenter Livvy on the menopause

They say the menopause is a taboo subject, but I am happy to talk about it, and like to talk to other women about it. There is a lot of ...
3 April 2016

What’s Your Excuse?

Fitness First asked a selection of its 170,000 members about their gym habits in a bid to understand the reasons why visits can drop occasionally. In doing so the gym ...
3 April 2016

Brits Contradict The Work They Do In The Gym With Bad Diets

A new study has found that an alarming 40% of Brits are only exercising as part of a calorie justification programme. Millions of exercise fans admit they only put themselves through ...
3 April 2016

Five Steps To Combat Stress

These days it seems that we never have enough time, whether that be to complete work tasks, get the job done or simply to focus on ourselves. Stress is accepted ...
2 April 2016

Young Women Are Lacking The Same Confidence As Their Mothers

Whilst young women today enjoy more freedoms and equality in both their careers and relationships than previous generations, new research reveals they are more lacking in confidence and self-esteem compared ...
2 April 2016

Women's Dieting Milestones

According to a new survey women are most susceptible to putting on weight at 30, the average age for first time mothers in the UK. They go on their first ...
2 April 2016

All The Gear No Idea

The survey of 1,000 UK adults, carried out by beabetteryoucourses.co.uk as part of the 2016 Fitness Knowledge Report, found that despite many gym goers claiming that the help of nutrition ...
2 April 2016

What Are DOMS?

We all know the feeling. When you return to exercise after a few weeks off or when you've pushed yourself harder or further than usual. It's not the feeling that ...
2 April 2016

Is Craft The New Yoga?

A new survey commissioned by Hochanda, Home of Craft, Hobbies and Arts, has revealed young men and women are no longer just opting to watch TV, browse social media or ...
1 April 2016

What Happens When You Eat Sugar?

We all have a good idea of how alcohol can affect our body, but what about sugar? A new tool developed by Benenden outlines the affect that sugar has on the ...
1 April 2016

Beat The Traffic, Walk To Work

Walking to work can help beat the traffic and beat the bulge. If you're lucky enough to have a fairly short commute, ditching the car and choosing to walk can ...
31 March 2016

Do You Know The Difference Between Saturated And Unsaturated Fats?

The research, carried out by One Poll, showed that customers did not realise there are significant differences between spreads and margarines in terms of how they are made and what ...
31 March 2016

Stay Hydrated When You Exercise

With the days starting to get a little longer and lighter, exercise regimes and training for spring and summer events are now in full swing There is evidence to suggest that ...
31 March 2016

Why More Brits Are Switching To The Cycle Lane

Independent research undertaken by Ribble Cycles has found that the petrol and parking expenses for driving into work is costing commuters in England and Wales an average of £1,634.42 per ...
27 March 2016

Bacon Is Off The Menu

Britain's iconic full English breakfast is being threatened by the increasingly health conscious young, a survey has found. More than a quarter of people aged between 18-24 say they no ...
25 March 2016

Sleeping In Your Make-Up Could Damage Your Eyes

The study conducted by the UK's most trusted eye healthcare group has revealed which eye-damaging habits Britons admit to, with 78% of British women confessing that they frequently go to ...
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