General Health

15 January 2016

Is Positive Thinking Good For Your Health?

'Be Positive', it's easy to say, but many of us find it difficult to find something positive to say or do, when we are constantly bombarded with negativity on a ...
5 January 2016

Top Tips On How To Make Your New Year's Resolutions Stick

If, like so many people, you've resolved to stop doing something in the New Year then you might be surprised to learn that only about one in twenty people actually ...

5 January 2016

Adult Acne - The Myths & The Facts

Are you constantly battling inflamed skin, blackheads or irritating spots? If so, you may be suffering from adult acne. A condition well-known for affecting teenagers, acne is fast becoming a ...

4 January 2016

Are you sleep deprived?

Research has found those working gruelling hours across the public sector are being left worryingly sleep deprived- with many only managing a shocking SIX hours sleep per night. A study ...
24 December 2015

Top 5 Tips to a Healthier Winter By Nichola Whitehead

It may be chilly outside but winter needn't be the unhealthiest time of year. Here are some simple things you can do to help yourself stay well this winter! If ...
22 December 2015

Lottie Murphy's Tips On How To Have A Stress-Free Christmas

There are only a couple of days to go until Christmas and many of us are running around like headless chickens, picking up last-minute gifts and frantically wrapping them to ...
5 December 2015

Brits Reveal The True Worth Of A Word

As winter approaches, coughs and splutters are imminent for most of us, but it's the thought of waking up without a voice that is making people break in to a ...
4 December 2015

Survey Labels Londoners the filthiest Brits

A survey of 1,000 people in Britain has revealed some stinking statistics about our hygiene habits; Londoners have been singled out as the dirtiest in the bedroom with over a ...
3 December 2015

Combat S.A.D This Winter Season With Dr Bronner's Colour Therapy

Colour therapy, also known as Chromotherapy, dates back to the sun-worshipers of Ancient Egypt when light was used to cure sickness and disease. The colours used in Chromotherapy reflect the ...
3 December 2015

Vision Direct Christmas Advert 2015 – A Pug’s Christmas

Vision Direct, Europe's largest online contact lens retailer, has released it's very first Christmas advert. The advert tells the story of a boy who's dog is having some trouble dealing ...
27 November 2015

Dr Pixie McKenna’s top foot care tips for surviving the party season

It's no secret I hate my feet! But like them or loathe them you need to show them some love over the festive season! Your poor pinkies have been hidden ...

20 November 2015

The importance of Omega 3 for vegans

Omega-3 fatty acids are essential polyunsaturated fatty acids. They are necessary for human health and must be consumed as we are unable to produce them in the body. They ...

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 ...
15 October 2015

How to avoid putting on weight at work

It's easy to pile on the pounds when your job means sitting at a desk all day. So we have rounded up some tips to help you maintain your weight ...
12 October 2015

Top tips for feeling happy and healthy in later life

Heather, 69 from Surrey, is a strict vegetarian, practically vegan, and grower of her own organic fruit and vegetables. She sometimes finds it difficult to include enough 'good fats' in ...
9 October 2015

Health And Red Wine

Too good to be true- Think Again Recent research has confirmed that drinking two glasses of red wine in the evening can actually assist your wieght loss. The research revealed ...
3 October 2015

10 Reasons sugar is bad for our bodies by Claire White

Excess sugar damaging our health is becoming harder to ignore. Davina McCall has written a sugar free recipe book, and Jamie Oliver has launched an attack on the fizzy drinks ...

17 September 2015

Sun - Good Or Bad

Public health organisations, such as the World Health Organisation (WHO) are being challenged to issue specific recommendations as to how long people should stay out in the sun. These recommendations ...
11 September 2015

Dr Adam Friedmann Busts Eczema Myths Ahead Of National Eczema Week

Bad diet, nasty steroids, 'the cure' and staying away from the pool; a top Harley Street dermatologist debunks common myths about one of the nation's most dreaded skin conditions - ...

10 September 2015

Watch Out – TeenVGN Summer Camp Set to Get Bigger and Better

The UK's first ever vegan summer camp for teenagers is organised by TeenVGN, who have just have announced that future camps will be even bigger and better. With this year's ...
10 September 2015

How VegFestUK Helped BBC Star’s Son Go Vegan

Denise Morgan is an up and coming singer/songwriter who has worked with prestigious names including Tom Jones and Cerys Matthews on BBC1's 'The Voice UK'. Denise's other passion is veganism. ...

9 September 2015

Five Things You Didn’t Know About Gum Disease

Gum disease, aka periodontal disease, is one of the biggest threats to our oral health. Gum disease is a set of conditions that affect the supporting structures around your teeth. ...

2 September 2015

Cycle to Work Day: Denise van Outen’s top 5 reasons for cycling to work

Denise Van Outen is supporting the 3rd annual Cycle to Work Day event- so she has come up with her top reasons to travel to work via bike. As tens ...
1 September 2015

How to deal with workplace odours

The majority of people will have sat next to a whiffy co-worker. Whether the source is smelly feet, stinky breath or a bad case of BO, it seems an odorous ...
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