March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, serving an important reminder of the signs of ovarian cancer to help ensure an earlier diagnosis. Through raising awareness of the signs and symptoms, it could be possible to get ovarian cancer treated sooner and help bring down the statistics that put it as the sixth biggest cause of
Is it really possible to achieve better mental health by eating the right foods? Research shows that what we eat may affect not just our physical health, but our mental health too. It’s no secret that poor diet has been linked to diseases such as diabetes and cancer. However, recent evidence also suggests that bad nutrition could
Most people get the vitamin D they need from the sun – at least during the spring/summer. However, in winter, your vitamin D levels can dip, which could leave you at risk of bone and back pain, low immunity, fatigue and more. It’s important that you do your bit to increase your vitamin D intake
Women are probably at a higher risk of heart disease than you think. In fact, it’s actually the biggest cause of death in women worldwide. Women’s Heart Week serves as an excellent reminder to all women of the importance of improving your lifestyle so that you can look after your health and prevent heart disease.
Veganuary has been big news this year. From helping to shed a few pounds post-Christmas to aiding the environment by giving up meat, there are many reasons why you might have chosen to support the campaign this January. So how did you get on? If you loved seeing the health benefits or have found that