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Making a New Year’s resolution is an age-old tradition that is popular throughout the Western Hemisphere and stretches back many years. However, for every resolution that is successfully carried through, there are hundreds that are abandoned and forgotten long before the first daffodils start to flower in early Feb!
The Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, has this week set out the Government’s plan for focussing on preventative healthcare in a bid to get us all living longer. But just how easy is it, really, to adopt a “prevention is better than cure” attitude to one’s health?
Well, it will be 10 years in October since we moved into our new premises at Arundel Street! And to celebrate, we will be holding an open day on Thursday, 25th October between 3 pm and 7 pm. We would really like to support a local charity or not-for-profit organisation and asked you for your nominations.
Having regular massage can be a great way of keeping us feeling happier and healthier during the colder autumn and winter months and can be very beneficial in helping us take a pro-active approach to our winter health.
During the winter time everything slows down – most trees and plants stop growing, animals hibernate, even cars don’t like starting in the frosty winter months! If you feel as though you are slowing down too much then it could be that you are experiencing Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Musculoskeletal disorders among preschool teachers: analyzing the relationships among relational demands, work meaning, and intention to leave the job
The arrival of warm weather is the perfect opportunity for outdoor living and activity, but how do you keep you stay cool when the mercury starts rising? We have put together some health tips to help you stay fresh and safe in the heat
While stress isn't a mental health problem in itself, it often leads to depression, anxiety, self-harm and suicide. It can also lead to physical health problems such as cardiovascular disease and joint and muscle problems.