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  • Reduce your risk of dementia

    Is There a Way to Reduce Your Risk of Dementia?

    Millions of people are affected by dementia and Alzheimer’s every year.  These conditions affect the memory and are mainly suffered by older people. At present, there is no cure, but research is ongoing to find ways of preventing dementia. While most of the risk factors are out of your control, there are some things you…

  • How important is hydration?

    How Important is Hydration to Your Overall Health?

    We’re often told to drink more and stay hydrated throughout the day, but how important is it really? Nutrition and Hydration Week (11th – 17th March) is a good time to learn about the benefits of staying hydrated. Being hydrated helps your body and mind work to the best of their ability, and when you’re…

  • Ovarian cancer awareness

    Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: Know the Signs

    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…

  • better mental health

    Can You Eat Your Way to Better Mental Health?

    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…

  • self-love​

    ​How Self-Love Can Improve Your Wellbeing

    Self-love is important. Low self-esteem can seriously impact an individual’s mental health, which is why focusing on self-care and taking positive steps towards self-love can improve your wellbeing. Boosting your self-esteem If you’re facing issues with your self-esteem, it’s important you take time to address it so that you don’t begin to feel lonely or disconnected…