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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Why A Healthy Weight Is Important For Life

Maintaining a healthy weight has long been advised for living a healthy life. However, new research has shown that being either underweight or overweight could knock four years off your life expectancy. Maintaining a healthy BMI could be the best way to lower your risk of various health conditions, especially as you go past the

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Preventing Type 2 Diabetes With Self-Care

The cost of treating diabetes in the UK is growing, costing the NHS in England up to £1 billion a year. Nearly 1 in 20 prescriptions are for type 2 diabetes treatment. There are almost 3.7 million people who have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the UK, a figure which is increasing. An

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Boosting Our Own Life Expectancy

How healthy is your lifestyle? It could have an impact on your life expectancy. New advice from NHS England says that people should cut back on the amount of salt, sugar, alcohol and fat in their diets in order to boost life expectancy by five years. As the government now spends ten times more money

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Choose Self-Care For Life This Self Care Week

If there was ever a better reminder to take care of your health and that of those around you, it’s this week. 12-18 November is Self-Care Week, which is a fantastic opportunity to remind yourself of some self-care basics to help you take better care of your health. From visiting your pharmacist first to making

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