Allergy Awareness Wristbands: What You Need To Know

Whilst allergies come in all shapes and forms, they also come with a number of serious consequences for sufferers, with some allergies proving life-threatening. Should an attack happen, be it at school, work or a public place, a wristband identifying the type of allergy the individual has or simply alerting those around them, could help

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UK Air Pollution – Is It Time You Did Your Bit For Your Health?

A new report by the Royal Colleges of Physicians and Paediatrics and Child Health has found that outdoor air pollution contributes to the early deaths of around 40,000 people every year in the UK. This is due to the poor control of diesel emissions, as well as the effect of indoor emissions which are often

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How To Prevent Accidents At Home

We like to think that our home is our castle. A safe haven where happy memories are made. However, this isn’t always the case. Unfortunately household accidents are one of the leading causes of serious injury and even death in both young children and older people in the UK. The good news is that there

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World Oral Health Day

It’s something that many of us take for granted, but oral health is an important health concern, as a healthy mouth is important for safeguarding other areas of our health and wellbeing. World Oral Health Day returns today (20th March), with the aim of encouraging all of us to take charge of our oral health

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Nutrition & Hydration Week

Nutrition and Hydration Week is an important annual campaign which focuses on promoting awareness and encouraging people to ensure good nutrition and hydration as part of their daily diet. Beginning today and running until 20th March, the campaign began small in the UK, but has since grown into a global event. There are many ways

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