Health

14 August 2018

Seven 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

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 ...

1 August 2018

How to take care of your health based on your Zodiac Sign

Ever since the times of the Babylonians who regarded astrology as a science, we have used the astrological signs to better understand ourselves and our interaction with the outer world. When ...

31 July 2018

Top 10 health benefits of avocados

The avocado is becoming Britain’s newest and most versatile ‘super-fruit’. Best eaten raw, they have become a must-have for any healthy diet. To celebrate the launch of Holy Moly, a ...

30 July 2018

7 tips to help you fall back in love with working out

So, you’ve just got back from a holiday where eating and drinking had no limits, or somewhere along the line you’ve got lost in work and a hectic lifestyle. Or, ...
30 July 2018

The benefits of exercising with friends

As today (July 30) marks the International Day of Friendship, members of the This Girl Can community have shared their stories of exercising with a friend and the benefits they’ve experienced ...
26 July 2018

The most intimate menopause questions that women ask, ANSWERED!

The menopause is no longer a dry subject – find out why your vagina might need some therapy, and how you can deal with some of the struggles us women ...

25 July 2018

7 Things you never knew about postnatal depression in fathers

It is well documented how ‘post-natal’ depression can affect women (sometimes up to six months after giving birth) but it is now being recognised that men can experience symptoms too. ...
24 July 2018

10 Things your gynaecologist wants you to know

Visiting a Gynaecologist is rarely top of the ‘to do’ list, however, it’s a trip that every woman should make at least once a year. Despite it being 2018, women’s ...
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 ...