How food combinations can help you stay healthy and make attractive meals.
The devastating toll long COVID is taking on UK women’s physical and mental health is revealed in a new survey.
Cataracts are a clouding of the lens in the eye that causes blurred vision and even sight loss. However, there is easily accessible cataract treatments in the UK that can remove the cloudy lens and improve your sight.
Who would have thought that eating a piece of chocolate a day can be good for us! Nutritionist Cassandra Barns, explains the benefits of raw cacao and why you should be eating it.
Dr Ross Walton and Alison Cullen consider climate change and the rise in allergies in the UK.
Rob Hobson highlights how poor diet choices and late night eating can prevent you from getting a healthy, restful sleep.
Start the New Year feeling great, not gluttonous with these simple steps for managed weight loss.
Dr Sarah Brewer and Rob Hobson talk vitamin E intake and its importance to your health.
Immunologist Dr Ross Walton and Nutritional Therapist Alison Cullen explain how echinacea can help protect you in cold and flu season.
Is your mood lower in winter? Dr Kat Lederle and Rob Hobson explain why we take time to readjust our sleep pattern through the winter months.
Sharon Bonfield examines the challenge of finding the right balance for your loved ones’ care needs.
Tips for living with pet allergies and how some simple steps can help reduce the chances of inflaming your symptoms.
Don’t succumb to winter blues as the nights close in, follow these 10 steps to boost your wellbeing.
There comes a time for us all when we need care. Peter McGahan takes a look at the importance of talking openly about and preparing for long term care.
Hair loss in women is neither serious, nor life threatening – according to doctors. For the sufferer, though, it is stress inducing and a real confidence killer. Here are some tips to help you overcome any concerns about wearing a wig.
Can you give a gift in your Will so that no one has to face death or bereavement alone?
Here are ten simple habit changes you can use to try and boost your energy levels.
Richmond Villages launches new retirement village pioneering a new model of dementia care in the UK.
Most of our favourite fruits and vegetables can be enjoyed year-round but they are only really at their best in season.
Dr Lynda Shaw explains why sleep is so important to our physical and mental wellbeing.
Some sight-threatening conditions have no symptoms and could cause you to lose up to 40 per cent of your sight before you even notice a difference.
Been putting off those household jobs? Not only will your house be gleaming, you will be burning calories too.
January brings New Year resolutions that not all of us like, here dietician Martha McKittrick answers some of the most common questions about how to commit to a healthy diet and stick to it.
Supporting Barnardo’s with a gift in your Will can help young people like Neesha through the toughest times.
Lack of sleep or disrupted sleep patterns can have a detrimental effect on your work life, relationships and general wellbeing. We asked Rob Hobson how best to change a poor sleep regime.
Isabel de Salis explores the menopause and explains why there is a need to end the silence that surrounds a stage of life that half of humanity go through.
In the first of a monthly series by Dr Sarah Brewer looks at how to keep your circulation healthy during the cold months of the year.
While small health changes may seem insignificant to you, they may help identify more serious issues. Dr Riccardo Di Cuffa explains why.
Statins are among the most widely prescribed drugs for countering LDL and HDL cholesterol levels and managing the conditions of people with cardiovascular disease. Dr Sarah Brewer reveals all you need to know about statins.
We become more susceptible to unsightly and uncomfortable varicose veins as we age, but Alison Cullen and Emma Thornton have tips to ease discomfort and improve leg health.
Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss (SSHL) affects one in six people every year but is often misdiagnosed – when this occurs the effects can be irreversible.
What effect does eating too much sugar have on our health (particularly for women over 50)?