As millions of us take to the air this summer and jet off to warmer climes there will be many trying hard to overcome their fear of flying. For those on overnight flights however another fear can result in a stressful start to your holiday – a fear of snoring.
Television personality Carol Vorderman today called on Bristol people to ‘run like a robot’ to help save Bristol men from a “silent killer”.
Spring is in the air and around us the world changes as nature awakens. It’s the perfect time to make plans and reach for our dreams.
Has feminism made modern women unhappy? The gender equality gap has narrowed allowing women increased career opportunities and earning power but it seems that this may have left women feeling exhausted and unhappy juggling a career and a family.
A common misconception about varicose veins is that they only affect middle aged women and are primarily a cosmetic issue.
It’s understandable that you might not want to bring it up at the dinner table, but, following a survey published on the NHS Choices website, it’s clear we need to talk about ‘vaginal dryness’.
In a bid to lose weight or tone up, UK adults spent more than £1billion over the last five years on home health and fitness equipment they rarely, if ever, use, according to new research from Nuffield Health.
The average retiree enjoys three holidays a year - and is fitter than they were while they were working, research by Skipton Building Society.
If anyone were considering private health treatment, HCA, the Hospital Corporation of America, is the largest private hospital group in the world, and one of the six HCA London private hospitals could be a consumer's optimal choice.
Summer hopefully means long sunny days, clear blue skies and the sound of birds singing and children playing, but for some it means the start of allergy season, runny noses, sneezing and itchy eyes.
Over a third of the British public prefer listening to their favourite band on their car radio (37%) to a kiss from a loved one (29%) to get them going in the morning, according to new research by Carcraft.
The Transport Committee has announced another inquiry into whiplash injury, calling for evidence on reducing the number and costs of whiplash claims.
When the quarantine rules were changed last year, the Government’s Chief Vet Nigel Gibbens said he did not believe think the UK would be at greater risk of rabies.
Lloyds Banking Group has launched a set of money management tips for people with dementia and their carers to kick-start their two year charity partnership with Alzheimer's Society and Alzheimer Scotland.
Many travellers are anxious about or indeed consciously fail to declare pre-existing medical conditions to travel insurance companies, worrying that it will dramatically increase the premiums, they might have to limit the length of their trip or destination or even be refused travel insurance.
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