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Monthly Archives: August 2019

HRT & breast cancer risks, women & confidence, UK healthcare spending & more

30Aug

Welcome to this week’s healthcare roundup for 26 – 30th September. Menopause HRT increases risk of breast cancer Researches from Oxford University have found that Menopausal Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) could increase the risk of cancer, even after a decade … Continue reading

  

The Importance of Magnesium

30Aug

According to the Mental Health Foundation, these days more than 32% of people in the UK keep thinking about work all the time, ¼ actually places their own personal health at risk just to meet deadlines and 1/5 believes that … Continue reading

  

How much does the UK spend on healthcare compared to other countries?

29Aug

The Office for National Statistics has released figures today that show how much the UK spends on healthcare in relation to its international peers. In 2017, the UK spent £197 billion, which works out £2,989 per person on healthcare, the … Continue reading

  

Exercise and Falling

29Aug

Worried about exercise and falling? It is common for people to worry so much about falling that they restrict their movement, unfortunately this is a vicious circle as you are more likely to fall if you spend long periods of … Continue reading

  

Worried about exercising and falling?

29Aug

It is common for people to worry so much about falling that they restrict their movement, unfortunately this is a vicious circle as you are more likely to fall if you spend long periods of time seated and don’t do … Continue reading

  

Guts UK explore the ‘Science of Digestion’ in their free event

28Aug

Gut health charity, Guts UK are hosting an exciting new event for the public on Thursday 12th September starting at 5.30pm at The Revell Ward Suite, Huddersfield, Football Stadium, Stadium Way, HD1 6PG. The event is called ‘Exploring the Science … Continue reading

  

95% of the body’s detoxification enzymes are found in the Liver.

27Aug

🌿 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 from heavy meats and Monosaccharide carbs, by replacing a meal with … Continue reading

  

Heatwave warning, hospital food, multiple medicine risks & more

23Aug

Have you missed out on the health news this week? Get up to date now with our weekly health news roundup. Met Office issues heatwave health warning for Bank Holiday weekend The Met Office has issued a level three heat … Continue reading

  

Dealing with Stress – How to prevent anxiety from ruining important relationships

23Aug

Chronic stress is a bummer. It can have a devastating effect on the body. It can lead to low energy, loss of libido, stomach problems, headaches, insomnia and more. Not only will the body be an absolute wreck when experiencing … Continue reading

  

5 Reasons Why a Diet May Fail to Cause Weight Loss

22Aug

We live in a results-oriented world. Indeed, instant gratification is a part of the norm thanks to a myriad of tech innovations. However, some things still require lots of hard work and patience; weight loss is one of those things. … Continue reading

  

Recovery

21Aug

“Some days there won’t be a song in your heart, sing anyway.” – Emory Austin Recovery takes everything you don’t feel like you have. It takes the energy you scrape from the bottom of the barrel to someday feel normal … Continue reading

  

Daily wellbeing practice in setting boundaries for greater self compassion, respect, and happiness

19Aug

🌺🌿💜🤸🏻‍♂️😊🤸🏻‍♀️💜🌿🌺 “Daring to set boundaries is about the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.” – Brene Brown 🌿 I am learning to love and accept who I am right now. It is a practice I have been … Continue reading

  

NHS told to charge EU citizens, gender & multitasking, air pollution & more

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

  

😳 Anxiety 😳

12Aug

🌺 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

  

A nice cup of tea

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

  

Recruitment for NHS mental health workers, number of teens needing glasses increases, asthma deaths & more

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

  

WHY WE NEED A FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON IVF STATS

9Aug

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

  

Everything you need to know about cervical screening but were too embarrassed to ask

7Aug

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

  

Look After Your Mental Health With A Good Night’s Sleep

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

  

What does abundance mean to you? 🦋🌸💞✨💥💫

5Aug

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

  

Birth rates, what food to eat to avoid heart attacks, breast cancer breakthrough & more

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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