General Health

16 October 2018

Josh Connolly on being a child of an alcoholic and helping others with COAisathing

I was around 25 on the day I walked into Nacoa (The National Association for Children of Alcoholics). At that point, I had been in recovery from my own alcohol problem ...
15 October 2018

Sensodyne Pronamel Strong & Bright goes pink in partnership with Breast Cancer Care

Sensodyne Pronamel Strong & Bright Enamel Toothpaste is proud to be partnering with Breast Cancer Care, the UK charity providing support for people living with and beyond breast cancer, to ...
12 October 2018

Having your GP on your phone sounds fantastic, but there are some dangers you should be aware of

The last time I tried to call my GP at 8:00am on the dot, I was caller 36 in the queue and by 8:30am there were no appointments left for ...
11 October 2018

Cannabis will be available on the NHS

Cannabis will be available on the NHS. Starting from November 1, marijuana will be available in England, Scotland and Wales for medical reasons. The decision follows the high profile cases ...

11 October 2018

Living with psoriasis and ensuring it doesn't rule your life

Rachel York, 35, has lived with psoriasis for 20 years. Rachel, who works in social media, first developed the condition at the age of 15 and has battled against it ...

9 October 2018

How to supercharge your hormone levels for superior productivity

Hormonal balance has a huge impact on a person's physical, mental, and emotional well-being. This group of chemical messengers have such a critical role in controlling one's weight, appetite, as ...

8 October 2018

11 things nobody tells you about losing weight

I spent a lifetime on a diet before I finally found a sustainable method to lose the pounds and keep them off. Like many, I fell foul to the myriad ...
5 October 2018

6 reasons why you may be having night sweats

by Dr Rupert Mason, Medical Advisor for DermaTherapy UK (www.dermatherapybedding.co.uk) Over the past few months we’ve all got used to waking up during the night feeling hot and sweaty because of ...
4 October 2018

The National Autistic Society aim to make the UK a more autism-friendly country

We’ve all seen children ‘throw a tantrum’ or ‘have a meltdown’ in the supermarket. It’s all too easy to roll our eyes and shake our heads if a child is ...

4 October 2018

The Motor Neurone Disease Association tackle the preconceptions surrounding Motor Neurone Disease

A new video from the Motor Neurone Disease Association has set out to tackle our preconceptions of MND. The short film, titled The Ride, features Luke celebrating his 38th birthday. ...
28 September 2018

Are you at risk of burnout?

By Dr. Andrea Pennington, Integrative Physician, TEDx speaker, bestselling author of I Love You, Me, and host of the The Stress & Burnout Recovery Survival Guide live masterclass series on ...
25 September 2018

Everything a nutritionist wants you to know about supplements

Dietary supplements are all the current rage. A survey conducted by Mintel showed that supplements raked in £421million in 2016 and that nearly 50% of Britons are taking daily supplements. ...
25 September 2018

The importance of getting help for your fears and anxieties

Getting professional help for dealing with your persistent fears and anxieties is the single most important step in your recovery. Many people are reluctant to get the help they need ...
24 September 2018

Finding the source of your fears, by Stan Popovich

A sure way to overcoming your fears and anxieties is in finding the source of your fears and being able to manage it. In dealing with any kinds of fears ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 - ...