Buying Medication Online – Why You Should ALWAYS See Your GP

  There are a number of online retailers who now sell prescription medication, which can seem an appealing option for those who feel they haven’t got time or are nervous to see their GP. However, to ensure the best treatment and medication for your health, it’s important that you always see your GP, and avoid

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Young Men And Depression – Where Can They Go For Help

Mental health issues amongst young people are typically associated with young women, with eating disorders, stress and other conditions typically thought of as being issues for girls. However, this is a common misconception. Mental health conditions amongst young men are becoming an increasing concern and it’s important that it is recognised so they know where

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High Blood Pressure – Where Should I Go?

  Recent research has shown that new and improved treatment for high blood pressure could soon be developed. This news comes after studies were released showing how nitric oxide regulation could be used to manage blood flow. Medical professionals have previously focused on other, less effective pathways for treating high blood pressure, but findings by

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How to fit 30 minutes of exercise into your day

  The NHS’ physical activity guidelines state that adults should complete a certain amount of exercise each week. Whilst the amount varies depending on the type of exercise, around 30 minutes a day, 5 days a week is about right. In reality, 30 minutes isn’t a lot of time, but many of us struggle to

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Vitamin D Supplements: A New Way to Self-Care?

  Over three million people in the UK could avoid contracting colds or flu every year by taking Vitamin D supplements, according to new research. Experts have found that Vitamin D can help combat the symptoms of acute respiratory infections such as congestion, runny nose, cough and sore throat. Increasing Vitamin D intake could have

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