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by HealthHubble on December 04, 2020
Shine On: Why Taking Vitamin D Supplements Are Advised For All this Winter
by HealthHubble on December 04, 2020
Vitamin D supplements are due to be offered to around 2.7 million people in England this winter in a bid to further bolster the health of those most vulnerable in our communities.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on December 01, 2020
The Effects of Obesity During A Pandemic: Sizing Up Our Nation's Health
by HealthHubble on December 01, 2020
Prof Dame Sally Davies, the former Chief Medical Officer for England has called for more robust policies in order to address the nation’s obesity crisis.... Read full article
by Katie Hodge on November 26, 2020
Top 10 Reasons to Practice Yoga
by Katie Hodge on November 26, 2020
‘Yoga does not transform the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees’ – B.K.S. Iyengar This has been a turbulent year and with so many changes and challenges, it has been difficult to stay grounded and find moments of calm and focus. ... Read full article
by HealthHubble on November 25, 2020
Could Covid Lessons Pave the Way for UK Workers?
by HealthHubble on November 25, 2020
Yesterday in a joint session of the Health and Social Care and the Science and Technology Committees, the Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, said that workers in the UK were ‘peculiarly unusual and outliers’ for going to work when feeling unwell.... Read full article
by Rana Mirzai on November 18, 2020
Why Stopping Smoking Could Be Your Best Decision
by Rana Mirzai on November 18, 2020
We all know of the risks associated with smoking and the damage it can do to our health, but sometimes making the decision to quit can seem like the hardest step to ever take in the process of quitting. ... Read full article
by Dr Pippa Gibson on October 29, 2020
Roasted Squash, Kale & Lentil Winter Salad
by Dr Pippa Gibson on October 29, 2020
As the season changes and autumnal colours fill the natural palette, seasonal food choices can bring an array of colour and different textures.  My roasted squash, kale and lentil winter salad is a great fusion of texture, warmth and taste.... Read full article
by Kelly Steed on October 05, 2020
How To Stay Fit and Well As An Older Adult
by Kelly Steed on October 05, 2020
We all know that in order to maintain both our independence and sense of health and well-being, activity and exercise go hand in hand with a well-balanced diet. But as we get older, what considerations should we be making in order to keep fit and wel... Read full article
by Dr Susie Fox on September 29, 2020
If Physical Activity Were A Drug....
by Dr Susie Fox on September 29, 2020
We all are aware that keeping active is good for our health. It’s taught to us from a young age that we should all keep moving but in today’s society it can be very hard to manage to fit this in amongst other commitments.... Read full article
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
How Cancer Rehabilitation Plays A Vital Role in Treatment and Recovery
by Fred Braithwaite on September 07, 2020
For those of you who don’t know, cancer rehab is fairly new to the UK. Many other countries are way ahead in the delivery of this vital service. Some European countries have been providing rehab for cancer patients since the 1800’s.... Read full article
by Olivia Palmer on September 04, 2020
Why You Don't Need To Lose A Stone in Just 21 Days
by Olivia Palmer on September 04, 2020
When you read the title of the recent TV series ‘Lose a stone in 21 days’ how did you feel? The presenter of the show said: 'people say that rapid weight loss is dangerous, but it's not if it's healthy eating'.... Read full article
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