Health

18 May 2022

Trail Running: Top tips for if you're new to the sport

To help begin embracing trail adventures and trail running, and lean into the wellness aspects that come along with getting outside, medical advisor at AllTrails Dr. Suzanne Bartlett-Hackenmiller shares her top tips ...

18 May 2022

Maintain your fitness during injury recovery – recommendations and tips

If you’re reading this article, you most likely know that staying active is crucial for maintaining your health and improving your fitness. But how can you stay physically active when ...

12 May 2022

Glorious garlic: The remedial plant once kept for hog fodder

I was having a conversation with my friend the other day about garlic, as you do. We agreed that any recipe calling for garlic should have quadrupled the quantity it ...
10 May 2022

Say cheese! Who has Britain's best smile?

They say smiles make the world go round and as National Smile Month approaches on 16th May, the British public is being urged to help find the owner of ‘Britain’s Best ...
10 May 2022

Health: The link between physical exercise and dementia

As a middle-distance runner and Challenge Events Ambassador for Dementia UK, physical exercise plays a central part in Adelle Tracey’s life. Here she shares her top tips for leading a ...
9 May 2022

Mental Health Awareness Month: How to deal with impulsive spending

This month marks Mental Health Awareness Month in the US, but that doesn’t mean we can’t discuss mental health issues globally. One thing that affects a lot of people whether ...
8 May 2022

Women's Health: The benefits of period underwear while playing your favourite sport

Period underwear is nothing new, in fact it has been hot topic for a few years now. The idea that you can pop on some undies and that it will ...
5 May 2022

My Yoga Journey: Finding mental and physical fitness in one place

Like many, I had misconceptions about yoga that made me turn my nose up at my mother’s suggestion to join her in a yoga class for years. As lockdown restrictions ...
3 May 2022

Bacterial Vaginosis: Five myths debunked

Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is not only tough on the vagina but it can be tough to identify and therefore tough to get the treatment right. The symptoms are often confused ...

28 April 2022

Endometriosis: the menstrual ‘mystery’ that likely affects 1/10 people with a uterus

When it comes to the medical gender gap, nowhere is it more apparent than getting a diagnosis for chronic pelvic pain. Endometriosis, a condition where the uterine lining grows on ...

28 April 2022

Yoga: The practice for peace of mind and fitness

Yoga is a practice challenging the fitness of mind, body, and soul, which traces back to northern India over 5,000 years ago, mentioned in the Rig Veda sacred texts. It ...
20 April 2022

How to Stay Entertained When You're Side-lined with a Sports Injury

When you play sports, being side-lined with an injury can be difficult. While you know just how important it is to take a break from playing to give your body ...
20 April 2022

'I felt like a new man': Patient shares his experience of receiving life saving stem cell therapy

As a fit and healthy man who enjoyed life, it came as a huge shock when in 2003 I was suddenly short of breath and feeling unwell that I was ...

16 April 2022

Fog Eating: How to eat more mindfully over the Easter break

By Noom Coach Megan Hilbert  It’s not uncommon to find yourself feeling a little indulgent around the Easter holiday, especially with delicious treats like Hot Cross Buns and Mini Eggs ...
13 April 2022

Hay fever season: Five ways to help reduce symptoms of hay fever

Warmer weather is on the horizon but for many of us, that brings the dreaded, unwanted symptoms of hayfever. Seasonal allergic rhinitisis, a.k.a hay fever, is a skewed immune reaction ...
11 April 2022

Advantages of Consulting an Online Doctor

The environment today is still uncertain. You do not know whether it is safe to go out or not. A simple cough, sneeze, or slight sore throat are symptoms you ...
7 April 2022

Five things you need to know about migraines

Migraines. Pain so bad that you crawl under the covers and stay there for hours. Pain so severe that you feel nauseous. Pain so intense that you’ll do literally anything ...
7 April 2022

Five simple and safe ways to transform your diet

We all lead busy and hectic lives and it’s tempting to opt for a ready-made meal or processed snack, rather than a healthy portion of food that offers nutritional benefits. ...
6 April 2022

How a freedom lifestyle is possible for you too by Freedom Business Strategist Jo Davison

If you’re feeling stressed, over-worked or short on time right now, the thought of having more freedom to do the things you really want to do, has probably crossed your ...

5 April 2022

Three ways journaling can make you happier and how to start your own practice

Journaling is one of the most beneficial tools in your self development kit and when it comes to boosting your happiness it is a great daily habit to adopt. Career ...
4 April 2022

How to be a LAZY Slimming World member (and still lose weight!)

If you are anything like me- you can cook if you absolutely have to, but hate it with a passion. Or sometimes you just can’t be bothered to follow a ...
1 April 2022

Meditation and mindfulness: Stefan Chmelik on de-stressing in National Stress Awareness Month

Healthcare expert and mindfulness mentor Stefan Chmelik felt that there was something wrong with traditional meditation as it took years to learn when in fact people in panicked and stressed ...
28 March 2022

Hay Fever Season: How to differentiate between hay fever and the common cold

Colds and hay fever do have many similar symptoms which can make it difficult to tell the two conditions apart but there are some notable differences to your health. A ...
25 March 2022

Endometriosis Awareness: The impact on living with the condition

Endometriosis Awareness Month (March 2022) shines a light globally on the plight of women from puberty to menopause suffering from the condition. In the UK, around 1 in 10 women ...