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16Aug

Check out the latest health news stories for this week! Get ready to charge EU citizens, NHS told New rules circulated to hospital managers means EU citizens living in Britain will have to prove they have the right to free … Continue reading

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12Aug

Nutritional Therapist

🌺 As a sufferer of Anxiety my whole life, I have learned and practiced some affective strategies that have enabled me to overcome the fear-based personality that was once stopping me from living a happy and free life, and reaching … Continue reading

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11Aug

There is nothing more quintessentially English than a nice cup of tea. We debate the nuances of how to make it properly – milk before the tea or after, warm the pot before adding the hot water and tea or … Continue reading

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9Aug

We hope you’ve had a good week. If you’ve missed out on any health news, here are the latest headline highlights. There are heavy rain and winds set to hit the UK this weekend so stay safe wherever you are! … Continue reading

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9Aug

specialist in assisted reproduction and medical director of the IVF Cube clinic.

At the end of June, The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) released new stats on the success rates for assisted reproduction across Europe.  And let’s just say they didn’t paint a flattering picture.  Media outlets commented on … Continue reading

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7Aug

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

Cervical Screening Awareness Week aims to highlight the importance of regular cervical screening for women’s health. It’s an annual event – which runs from 10th to 16th June 2019 this year  – and is organised by Jo’s Trust, a charity … Continue reading

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6Aug

There’s a close relationship between sleep and mental health. Lack of sleep can affect mental health but mental health problems can also affect how well you sleep – both the quantity and the quality of it – so it’s extremely … Continue reading

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5Aug

Nutritional Therapist

To me it means knowing we are totally in control of our own health & happiness. 🌿 A mindset that always sees the best in every situation, whether it brings an abundance of joy or teaching us to grow through … Continue reading

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2Aug

If you’ve missed the latest health news from the week beginning 29th July, catch up now in our roundup. Butter, red meat & cheese increase heart attack & stroke risks Too much butter, red meat and cheese are actually bad … Continue reading

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31Jul

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

Vaccinations are viewed as a necessity of childhood. However, there are many jabs to consider in order to keep us healthy as adults, especially when travelling. The vaccines you need when travelling depend on factors such as your age and … Continue reading

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30Jul

Nutritional Therapist

🌺 Know what your body needs to heal & meal prep in advance to make it easier for you to stay on track. 🌿 Drink plenty of water daily. Take a thermos with you so you can fill with hot … Continue reading

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30Jul

Nutritional Therapist

You may already know of the many benefits of going Vegan, Vegetarian, Pescatarian, Flexitarian; 🌺 To name a few: * Better digestion * Improved metabolism * Improved energy levels * Improved circulation * Healthy weight loss * Improved detoxification ability … Continue reading

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26Jul

We hope you enjoyed the hot weather this week and managed to stay safe in the sun. Here are our top health stories for this week. Are supermarkets designed to make us fat? The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) … Continue reading

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19Jul

Have you missed out on the health news this week? Catch up now. In other news, we’ve heard the weather is set to turn this weekend so have your umbrellas at the ready! NHS plans to text patients results The … Continue reading

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18Jul

Nutritional Therapist

Did you know? 🍃🌸🥬🍫🥜🥑🌸🍃 ———————————- Did you know Magnesium is one of the most important nutrients we require to function? . Magnesium is responsible for over 300 enzyme systems that regulate important biochemical reactions in the body. Its most important … Continue reading

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17Jul

a pair of feet sticking out of the end of a bed with white bed linen - tired all the time - life coaching for optimum wellbeing

Getting really good quality sleep can make an enormous difference to our health and wellbeing. Here are my top ten tips for getting a really good night’s sleep. Some may be surprising! Continue reading

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15Jul

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth or SIBO, is a condition that can be minor or have debilitating symptoms. Most commonly, doctors will prescribe a type of antibiotic to eliminate overgrown bacteria. What happens when the patients SIBO arise again after a … Continue reading

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12Jul

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

The warmer summer months sees a swell in the insect population of the UK – as we can discover to our cost. Bites and stings can be painful as well as cause a reaction. In some cases a severe one, … Continue reading

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12Jul

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

On a hot day, plunging into a cool pool or the sea may well be a very appealing prospect. However, every year people die from a physiological reaction known as cold water shock. The Royal National Lifeboat Institution campaigns to … Continue reading

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12Jul

In case you’ve missed all the latest health news this week, check out our highlights! Amazon Alexa now offers NHS health advice That’s right, people will soon be able to receive expert health advice from their Amazon Alexa, following a … Continue reading

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11Jul

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

Having fun in the sun during the summer holidays often includes water, be it in a paddling pool, Lido, villa pool, lake, river or the sea. However, whilst it is refreshing to take a dip, staying safe is vital. Sadly, … Continue reading

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11Jul

A qualified nurse, author and first aid trainer with over 30 years’ healthcare and teaching experience

Whichever festival you’re attending, whether music or literature focused, abroad or in the UK, day-long or spanning a week, the safety risks remain the same… Festivals are exhausting and the late nights, strange food and different living conditions can take … Continue reading

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11Jul

Nutritional Therapist

95% of the body’s detoxification enzymes are found in the Liver. 🌿 To look after your Liver, start by reducing toxins like refined sugar, saturated fat, carbonated drinks, smoking, alcohol, pollution, cleaning products. 🌺 Try giving your body a rest … Continue reading

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9Jul

He’s past President & Fellow of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery (ISHRS) and Founder Member and Past President of the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS)

If you’ve got an interest in hair restoration, or you’re worried about losing your own locks, chances are you saw the news last week announcing a ‘critical breakthrough’ in the fight against hair loss.  Newspapers and websites trumpeted a ‘cure … Continue reading

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8Jul

With 50% of the male population alleged to be affected by the condition to a certain degree, it’s difficult for the notorious pattern of hair loss to not have caught your attention. It’s so peculiar a fact for this condition … Continue reading

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