Health

13 July 2018

How to support someone with a genetic disorder

There are about 6,000 known genetic disorders, and it is estimated that one in 25 children is affected by a genetic disorder with approximately 30,000 babies and children newly diagnosed ...

11 July 2018

How to lose the lbs without spending the £s

Losing weight can feel like an uphill battle at times, especially if exercise has slid down your to-do list. Getting up and outdoors for a workout is the best way ...
5 July 2018

10 Things cancer has taught me

By Dani Binnington The last day of my treatment for breast cancer marked the beginning of a long journey of recovery. I rode a long road towards a healthier and ...
4 July 2018

10 Reasons to turn your iPhone into a personal trainer

Written by the Founder & CEO of Kaia Health Available anytime: Using your iPhone as a personal trainer, you don’t need to make an appointment. You can pull the phone ...

28 June 2018

5 Things you need to know about macular disease

National sight loss charity the Macular Society is marking its awareness week this week. Mother of one Katie Berrill, aged 32, was diagnosed with macular disease last year. Here are ...

26 June 2018

10 Reasons to use online therapy

Over six million people in the UK currently are diagnosed with stress, anxiety or depression, yet only a meagre 37% of adults access mental health treatment. There are a number ...
22 June 2018

4 Reasons alcohol is rife in professional football and how to tackle it

By Dr Bunmi Aboaba, The Sober Advantage We’re all aware of the big-name footballers that have had high profile battles with alcohol problems but did you know Pro footballers are ...
22 June 2018

Foods that give you bad breath

Written by dentist, bacteriologist and founder of official National Kissing Day partner The Breath Company Dr Harold Katz (www.thebreathco.com). “Bad breath is a common problem across the globe and it’s ...

21 June 2018

7 Reasons why we need to fund research into MS

Kiss Goodbye to MS is the world’s biggest international community of people building awareness of, and funding research into, multiple sclerosis (MS). Hosted by the by the MS International Federation, ...

19 June 2018

Anna Williamson shares her experience of mental breakdown

Let’s be honest, nobody wants to have a complete meltdown at work… However a few years ago I found myself doing the unthinkable, bursting into tears and breaking down in ...

19 June 2018

Celebrity personal trainer reveals the top 10 exercises you can do at home

Lonan O’Herlihy is a personal trainer to the stars, working with high profile clients across the globe. He works with all of his clients remotely, via skype, training them in ...
18 June 2018

My experience of loneliness and how I overcame it

27-year-old Joyann Boyce has experienced loneliness at various points in her life, like many people. This loneliness was felt the hardest when she was at University in London and had ...

18 June 2018

5 Signs you are lonely and tips on how to fix it

With one in ten young people "always or often" feeling lonely, Amy Perrin (39), founder of Marmalade Trust, the charity behind Loneliness Awareness Week (18-22 June) opens up about being ...

15 June 2018

Kelly’s top nutritional tips for endometriosis sufferers

Endometriosis is a potentially debilitating inflammatory condition effecting 176 million women worldwide. The condition comes with many unwanted side effects which can affect women on a daily basis, including pain, ...

13 June 2018

10 Benefits Of Using A Rowing Machine

Written by Ben Scarles, Head of Strength at Grow (growfitness.co.uk) A common misconception is that rowing is an upper body workout. But actually, it predominantly works the legs and core ...
13 June 2018

How Women Can Spot Early Warning Signs Of Depression

By Kitty Waters, podcast host of Kitty Talks and creator of the Do Your Dharma Course, empowering women to step into their highest potential. Connect with Kitty on Twitter @KittyWaters ...
6 June 2018

5 People Share Their Experience Of Nutrichondria

At a time when we are becoming more fixated than ever before on diet and nutrition, Britain is turning into a nation of Nutrichondriacs according to findings released today by DNAFit – the ...

4 June 2018

10 Things You Should Know About DVT

Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is the result of blood clotting whilst it is still inside the blood vessel. In the majority of cases, painful swelling in the leg will be ...
3 June 2018

[Exclusive] Giulia On The Importance Of Mental Health Awareness

May 14 saw this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week; a week with the aim of reducing the stigma around Mental Illness whilst highlighting the support and services that are currently ...

1 June 2018

10 Small Things You Can Do To Keep Your Feet Healthy

Our feet are incredible. Made up of 100 moveable parts including 26 bones and 20 muscles, they are a masterpiece of natural engineering. That’s why the College of Podiatry is ...

31 May 2018

BBQ Survival For IBS Sufferers This National BBQ Week

BBQ’s have become big business in the UK over the last decade, with the overall BBQ & alfresco eating & entertaining market worth a whopping £7.6 billion in 2017¹. BBQ’s ...

31 May 2018

How To Help A Loved One To Quit Smoking

Tobacco is the single leading cause of preventable diseases and premature death, and it is estimated that over one hundred thousand people die of smoking related illnesses every year across ...
30 May 2018

What It’s Like Living With MS

By Fiona Boyd from Peeblesshire, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2012 and is taking part in the Kiss Goodbye to MS campaign for the first time in 2018 ...

30 May 2018

Beat The Menopause Breakfast

Whether you have chosen to use HRT or not, this breakfast is filled with vitamins, minerals, trace elements, good fats and all kinds of other nutrients that can help with ...