Health & Wellbeing

Get inspired for a healthier you. Find the latest in healthy living and fitness tips, as well as our medical and treatment updates.

Most of us have experienced the mid-afternoon slump, but constantly feeling tired isn’t something you have to live with... Read more

Sexual Health Week 2016 is from 12th-18th September. You might think you know about sexual health, but the statistics tell a different story. Read more

Could watching endless hours of TV be harmful to your health? Find out more... Read more

Considering so many of us have desk-based jobs in the UK, how can we prevent pain by maintaining good posture in the workplace? Read more

We’ve all heard doctors describing patients as having ‘BP 160 over 95’. But what does that mean, and why is a reading like that bad news? Read more

Getting enough vitamin D is essential for maintaining healthy bones, teeth and muscles. Find out if you're getting enough vitamin D... Read more

It’s never too late to stop smoking and it doesn’t matter if you’ve tried before but given in. Here are some practical tips to help… Read more

Your quality of life could significantly improve by finding the right treatment for pain. Find out more… Read more

Do you know the signs of blood cancer? Get to know the signs of Lymphoma and Myeloma Read more

In recent years, there have been growing claims that fat isn't the dietary danger it's generally believed to be. What are the facts, and are there such things as good and bad fats? Read more

Can you lay your hand flat on a table? If not you may have Dupuytren’s contracture. Here Anne Sjoukje Schurer, Chair of the British Dupuytren's Society sheds some light on this difficult-to-pronounce disease… Read more

Consultant ENT Surgeon, Nicholas Clifton treats adults with ear, nose and throat conditions. Here he tells us about the most common ear problems and has some advice on keeping your ears healthy… Read more

It’s easy to overeat, indulge in all the wrong things and forget about good cooking practices at a BBQ. Here are some top tips and simple food swap ideas to make sure your spread is just as delicious as it always is, but better for you Read more

Every year, 1.4 million people die from viral hepatitis. This year's World Hepatitis Day is launching a campaign to eliminate the disease by 2030… Read more

Tennis isn’t all aces and trophies – it’s a demanding sport that causes lots of injuries. Find out more about the most common injuries sustained at Wimbledon… Read more

Tennis is one of the best sports for keeping your body and mind in great shape – and it offers lots of health benefits that you might not know about... Read more

Drinking plenty of water is essential to keep virtually every system in your body working properly – and it’s particularly important to stay hydrated in the warm summer months… Read more

Everybody’s bones become weaker with age. For some of us, though, it is a serious problem. So, it’s important to know about osteoporosis, including what to look for and how you can help yourself… Read more

Eating too much salt is linked to high blood pressure, which is one of the biggest risk factors for heart disease, heart attacks and stroke…

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The 5th of June 2016 is the day when millions of cancer survivors across the world come together to celebrate life... Read more

As Diabetes Week (12 – 18 June) approaches, countless myths still surround diabetes the condition. Here, we aim to remove the fiction from some of the facts Read more