Are You Eating Enough Fibre?

Superfoods are often claimed to provide many benefits for your health. From kale to pomegranates, a new ‘superfood’ seems to be talked about every week. However, in and amidst the latest trends, it seems many people are forgetting about basics, such as fibre. Fibre and your health The benefits of fibre for your health have long been

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Health Prevention – A 21st Century Strategy

The NHS has launched a new strategy focusing on health prevention that it hopes will reduce the pressure on hospitals. It is hoped that the 10-year plan could save 500,000 lives through providing support to those whose lifestyles could result in serious illness, that could otherwise be prevented. With a larger proportion of funding being given

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Staying Safe On NYE – Are You Prepared?

New Year’s Eve is one of the biggest nights of the year. Whether you’re visiting friends, heading out for dinner or spending a night on the town – it’s important that you put staying safe on NYE first. With the NHS already experiencing overcrowding this winter you can help by looking after your health and

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Good News On HIV Prevention

Efforts to prevent the number of people contracting HIV are paying off, as the UK achieves global targets set by the UN earlier this year. With HIV diagnoses falling, it’s great to see the efforts to tackle HIV numbers are working. While any decrease in diagnoses is positive, more can still be done to keep

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What Do Declining Fertility Rates Mean?

The number of children being born is going down, according to the latest figures. Fertility rates all over the world are showing a ‘remarkable decline’, leaving some countries facing the possibility of having an insufficient number of children to sustain their populations. It’s come as a surprise to researchers, who are worried that there could

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