Health

21 September 2018

Are you in denial? 5 signs to look for

What is denial? Denial is a mental wall we build when we are unwilling to accept change that has happened, is happening or needs to happen. It is a way ...

20 September 2018

Tips for when your friends don't understand your mental health struggles

You are just diagnosed with a mental health condition such as depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, addiction, OCD, or some other mental health disorder. You go see a counsellor to ...
20 September 2018

Coffee and calories - Is your favourite blend sabotaging your weight loss?

Not all coffees are equal, especially when trying to lose weight. Whilst you may be correct in thinking that caffeine can be your friend when it comes weight loss, the ...
19 September 2018

Maya Jama galvanises the UK to not be shy about tampons

To mark the launch of the season finale of Freya Lingerie’s hit podcast When Life Gives You Melons S2, research reveals that when needing to change a tampon, 51% of ladies ...
19 September 2018

Sam Callahan discusses his fitness journey, exercise routine and more [EXCLUSIVE]

Sam Callahan may have shot to fame thanks to his time on The X Factor, but the young star has done something impressive in maintaining public interest years after his ...

18 September 2018

How to find a good mental health counsellor

Many people have a difficult time in finding an effective mental health counsellor. Just like everything in life, you have your good counsellors and you have your not so great counsellors. The ...
11 September 2018

How to get your doctor to speak in plain English

In a recent report, the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges launched an initiative called "Please Write to Me" aimed at doctors in an attempt to ensure better communication with patients. ...
10 September 2018

Keep your summer glow - after-holiday skin care from Karen J. Gerrard

Most of us return from holiday with a clear mind full of inspiration and a relaxed body, but for your skin it’s a different story! Heat, sun, sand, sea, chlorine, ...
9 September 2018

Easy health hacks to avoid new season sniffles and keep smiling

It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the temperature has dropped and Strictly is back on the box. The reduced sunlight and colder days can not ...
7 September 2018

Rachael Bland's fight to preserve her fertility is a battle fought by many modern women

BBC presenter Rachael Bland sadly passed away earlier this week after a heart-breaking, two-year battle with cancer. On her blog, Big C Little Me, the 40-year-old discussed having her embryos frozen before undergoing chemotherapy, ...

3 September 2018

Rochelle Humes gives her top tips on getting out of a routine rut [EXCLUSIVE]

A poll of 2,000 UK adults commissioned for the launch of Twinings Cold In'fuse discovered that eight out of every 10 British people are self-admitted creatures of habit, with over ...
24 August 2018

The ultimate guide for surviving that time of the month

For many women their monthly visit from ‘Mother Nature’, can bring an array of painful, embarrassing, and even debilitating symptoms. The discomfort that women often feel during their menstrual cycle, ...
22 August 2018

How to achieve a six pack in 6 easy steps

We all dream about honing the perfect body with strong, toned, Instagram worthy abs. Scrolling through your news feed you are force fed with tips and products guaranteeing six pack ...
21 August 2018

Tired of counting calories? Free your mind from the limitations of your beliefs

Summer is upon us, which means you have either reached your beach body goal or fallen off the bandwagon. No matter where you are geographically, summer around the world moves ...
21 August 2018

Living your best life on a daily basis: How and why you should do your Dharma

Being happy, it sounds so simple and yet... Do you ever wonder where happiness comes from and how we get it? Ultimately every human being wants to be happy. It’s ...
18 August 2018

6 rejuvenating ways to spend your lunch break

Although the majority of us are entitled to a lunch break, actually taking one can be guilt-inducing for those who work in an environment where a working lunch is encouraged. ...
17 August 2018

Overcoming fear - The obstacle to your success

It’s a small word with deep and far reaching implications. Fear is what lies behind some of our most basic core emotions. Jealousy, greed, insecurity, racism, low self-esteem, anger - ...
14 August 2018

7 ways to get a celebrity smile

Have you ever wondered how Cheryl Cole, David Beckham or Cristiano Ronaldo got their perfect smiles? Well, a lot of these stars decided to give their teeth and smiles a makeover after ...
11 August 2018

10 top tips on working out at home

Exercising at home can be just as beneficial as exercising at the gym. Not only is it cheaper than paying for a monthly contract, you can work out in the ...
10 August 2018

Delving into the world of CBD skincare

There’s a buzz in the beauty business about Cannabidiol (CBD) from the cannabis plant, not the kind that makes you high, but the strain that can alleviate pain if taken ...
10 August 2018

Dispelling 7 common myths around dementia

John Ramsay, the CEO of Shift8*, the company bringing the Tovertafel to the UK, brings us some fantastic advice. One in three people born in the UK this year will develop ...
6 August 2018

Is it safe to delay your period?

Periods, the monthlies or menstrual cycle are a perfectly normal and healthy part of being a woman. The menstrual cycle provides the body with important chemicals and hormones to keep you ...
2 August 2018

[EXCLUSIVE] Weight Watchers Head of Public Health & Programme Zoe Griffiths busts weight loss myths

Registered dietitian and Head of Public Health and Programme at Weight Watchers, Zoe Griffiths, has teamed up with Female First to bust some common weight loss myths, and let you ...