Nights drawing in and days turning cooler is a sure sign that Autumn is on its way. And with Autumn comes the end of British Summertime which brings its own set of sleep challenges for those who struggle to snooze. Here’s The Sleep Council’s advice to make sure Autumn doesn’t leave you fatigued and frustrated.Read More
Category: HEALTH talk
A new study led by a research team from Queen’s University Belfast, in partnership with University of Southern California, has found that contrary to common opinion social media can actually have a significant positive effect on a range of teenage health behavioursRead More
We all want our kids to lead healthy lives, and a large part of that is what we as parents feed them. But how do you go about making sure each meal is as healthy as possible? Jane Rylands, Head of Marketing Communications at kitchen appliance manufacturer Belling, is here to share her top tips for how you can make healthier versions of your family’s favourite mealsRead More
If we want information on anything these days all we have to do is ask Google (other search engines are available of course). But how do we sort the wheat from the chaff? Here we have 10 simple easy to apply tips on helping your child to eat healthy from Dr Riccardo Di Cuffa, Director and GP at Your DoctorRead More
There are around 50,000 children with hearing loss in the UK, with half of those born with hearing loss whilst the other half lose their hearing during childhood. Duncan Collet-Fenson, Audiologist & MD of Aston Hearing tells us what we need to knowRead More
With hot weather comes the increased likelihood of being bitten or stung. Now nine of the best tips for combating insect wounds using home remedies have been revealed.Read More
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