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Everything You Need to Know About Sunscreen

Everything You Need to Know About Sunscreen

The topic of sun damage and preventing it is always in the news but can be very confusing. One moment sunscreen is essential to wear everyday and the next it contains harmful ingredients that could lead to cancer. There are

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Natural Hay Fever Helpers

Natural Hay Fever Helpers

More than 10 million people suffer from hay fever in the UK, and for those affected it can be a nightmare. An allergy to tree/grass/wood pollen can lead to itchy eyes, a blocked or runny nose and sneezing.

Traditionally, doctors

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Sunscreen Can’t Stop Skin Cancer

Sunscreen Can’t Stop Skin Cancer

When it comes to the sun us Brits are not great at protecting ourselves. We can be identified by the red lobster glow that radiates from our skin whilst we continue to soak up every last ray of sunshine.

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Generally

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Shiver Yourself Slim

Shiver Yourself Slim

The winter in England can drag on for so long. Dull depressing day after dull depressing day, but good news! Cold temperatures may aid weight loss. Shivering for just 15 minutes provides the metabolic equivalent of 1 hour of moderate

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No Sun Harms Your Brain

No Sun Harms Your Brain

A little sunshine can do wonders to our mood; we emerge, a grey hue from hibernation, soak up the warmth and begin engaging in socialisation. But sun doesn’t just mean barbeques, parties and flip flops. The sun is essential to

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Be Sunscreen Savvy

Be Sunscreen Savvy

Some people may not realise that we are exposed to UVA and UVB light every day. That means come the English rain or the rare sunshine, UV rays are damaging our skin. Excessive sun exposure ages our skin causing the …

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Cold At Heart – heart disease risk higher in winter

Cold At Heart – heart disease risk higher in winter

Heart disease risk highest in winter

Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the UK’s biggest killer, causing around 82,000 deaths a year. Roughly 1 in 5 men and 1 in 8 women die from the heart disease.

A large study published in the ‘European Society of Cardiology’

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