With an ageing population it affects more humans than ever before. So can we really do anything to generate new brain cells and possibly slow down the onset of dementia?Read More
It seems to me that a lot of things women do are taboo- breast feeding, talking about the menopause, talking about periods, how we dress or don’t dress- what is the problem?Read More
So what’s the new attraction with seeing a private GP instead of your own NHS GP?Read More
Today, as we deal widening waistlines and a rise in type 2 diabetes and other inflammatory diseases, scientists and journalists are asking the question: "Does our diet, rather than lack of exercise, hold the answer?."Read More
Everyone enjoys being happy. But often we forget what makes us happy, here’s a reminder of what you can do to enjoy life even more.Read More
For almost 20 years people in the United States of America have been advised to do Strength training twice a week, in addition to their weekly 150 minutes of aerobic exercise. It was only in 2011 that exercise guidelines in the United Kingdom caught-up...
But why have we been advised to add strength training to our workout? And should everyone, young or old, really start moving weights?Read More
Polyphenols are the active substance in green tea that could help prevent skin cancer, reduce inflammation in tendonitis, and repair DNA in our cells. It sounds like the cup of tea we all need. But does increasing your Polyphenol dosage through food and drink really translate to better health?Read More
Zinc is often taken as an 'over-the-counter' drug to reduce the chances of getting the common cold, improve physical fitness when training, and to enhance the immune system in auto-immune conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Does it really work in these conditions and if so how much should you take?Read More
The USA Food and Drug Association and European Union both advice that deodorants containing Aluminium should not be applied to broken or irritated skin i.e after shaving.Read More
As we say goodbye to mistletoe on this, the last day of Christmas, we welcome in the new-year with Miso, a superfood hot on a lot of healthy diet plans; but is it safe for everybody?Read More