General Health

22 July 2020

Free, quick and easy ways to help reduce anxiety during testing times

So far 2020 has felt like an upward climb with twists and turns that certainly weren’t in the plan! We have all had to dig deep and get used to ...
22 July 2020

More Style for Less- Prescription Glasses Under A Tenner

Glasses can be a great fashion accessory when done right. However, if you’re a glasses’ wearer, you know how difficult it can be to find a pair of prescription glasses ...
19 July 2020

How Can a Mattress Stop Your Partner from Snoring?

A snoring partner can give you sleepless nights. You may think that it has something to do with his nasal passage, but do you know that your mattress can also ...
13 July 2020

Only Fools and Horses fan honoured at funeral with yellow floral tribute shaped like Del Boy’s car

A massive Only Fools and Horses fan nicknamed ‘Rodders’ was honoured at his funeral with a yellow floral tribute shaped like Del Boy’s Robin Reliant car, after he died of ...
29 June 2020

Rankin unveils powerful portrait series dedicated to frontline staff to mark NHS anniversary

In a mark of respect and thanks to the NHS, the renowned photographer, who has previously shot the Rolling Stones, Kate Moss and the Queen, offered to take portraits of ...

25 June 2020

Brave Carer who lost leg to blood clots reveals she could still feel herself wiggling phantom toes

A young carer whose incredible bravery has attracted celebrity support has told how she did not believe the surgeons who said they had amputated her left leg – as she ...
11 June 2020

10 healthy habits to continue after lockdown

Lockdown has brought with it plenty of challenges. Many of us have had to transform our living rooms into offices or classrooms, couples have been separated and the most vulnerable ...
9 June 2020

An Insight into Jane Goodall’s Latest Collaboration

Renowned primatologist and anthropologist, Jane Morris Goodall has studied about the conservation and animal welfare issues deeply. She has been advocating the need to converse wildlife and work for the ...
22 May 2020

Nutrition and Hair Thinning

Hair thinning is when one experiences mild to moderate hair loss for an extended period of time. Your hair loses its volume and gives the appearance of thinner areas of ...

20 May 2020

7 Tips to avoid joint pain when gardening

When it comes to summer, as a nation we love to spend our time outdoors, particularly in our gardens. According to the Royal Horticultural Society, 85% of us spend our ...
9 April 2020

Five ways nature can boost your mental health

By Dr Eleanor Ratcliffe  A coalition of leading nature, environment and mental health organisations has launched a campaign this week to help people connect with nature and boost their mental ...
24 March 2020

Supporting a child with an eating disorder during COVID19

By Hope Virgo, Author and Mental Health Campaigner There is no hiding this. For people with eating disorders this uncertainty is going to be hard. And to be honest I ...

22 March 2020

Seven ways to keep your body healthy and happy during lockdown

Now the country is in lockdown, it’s vitally important to take care of our bodies and our minds as best we can. Here are our top suggestions to keep your ...

22 March 2020

Coronavirus: How to keep calm in times of uncertainty

By Sarah Romotsky, Director, Healthcare Partnerships at Headspace During all of this uncertainty, feeling overwhelmed, anxious and helpless is completely normal. This is an unprecedented time for all of us ...

16 March 2020

Managing your mental health in this time of uncertainty

Hope Virgo, Author and Mental Health Campaigner, Twitter: @hopevirgo, Instagram @hopevirgo_ It is everywhere! #CoronaVirus, #Covid19… and the uncertainty is rising! People fighting for themselves to stock pile, people panicking left right ...
3 March 2020

The benefits of being barefoot

I am a huge proponent of being barefoot wherever possible and when it’s not a good idea, I like to wear odd-looking minimalist footwear. Being barefoot has many health and ...
2 March 2020

Empowering homegrown health in the developing world

Improving global health is a large, but necessary, goal if the world is to combat the wealth divide, social inequality and increase productivity and innovation. So far, interventions have focused ...
25 February 2020

Five tips for dealing with extreme stress

TV and reality stars are coming under increasing pressures and are at risk, says TV psychologist, Jo Hemmings, who specialises in working with celebrities and works directly with a host ...
18 February 2020

How to naturally manage your blood sugar levels

Did you know maintaining a consistent blood sugar level will greatly improve your life in a number of different ways? Unfortunately, many people don’t even know that many of their ...
6 February 2020

Kidney Cancer Awareness Week: Seven things you need to know about kidney cancer

To mark Kidney Cancer Awareness Week, this week, we’ve spoken to Dr Katia Boleti, Consultant Medical Oncologist on behalf of leading charity Kidney Cancer UK, to find out the top ...
14 January 2020

Seven ways to reach 10,000 steps a day when working from home

It is reported that 50% of the workforce will work from home by 2020, resulting in a decline in commuting, which also means a decline in exercise. If you work ...
14 January 2020

Five ways to become a healthier you in 2020

Have you set your health goals for 2020? Many people begin a new year with weight loss goals and plans to increase their exercise. While having health goals is a ...
6 January 2020

Top 10 tips to beat the Monday Morning blues

The weekend is over, the working 9-5 begins and we all know how difficult Monday mornings are. Monday comes after a weekend of relaxing or going out with friends and ...
16 December 2019

Seven reasons to try a wellbeing box

Little Lifts kindly sent me one of their signature boxes which is designed for women with breast cancer, however it can also double up a wellness box for those who ...