Sports teacher Christine Orton had already noticed a thinning patch of hair on the crown of her head. But when a hairdresser discovered two more bald patches the Bedford mum-of-two feared the worst.
There has been a huge amount of debate over whether or not organic food is ‘better’ for you than its non-organic equivalent.
A charity that operates helplines for people with eating disorders says that more resources need to be put into supporting teenagers and adults seeking help, following shocking new figures that show eating disorders are on the rise.
Research shows more than half of smokers in the UK are not aware that there is free expert support available from healthcare professionals which can increase chances of quitting by up to four times compared to using willpower alone.
2012 saw the longest hay fever season in twenty years, leaving an estimated 9 million sufferers in agony.
Popping a daily vitamin A pill not only helps skin to look beautiful, it could also give it vital protection.
Soaps and shower gels, perfumes and even furniture polish are just some of the ‘everyday’ products can lead to itching and skin rashes.
A new study by Skipton has explored all aspects of retirement and found that for men, the twilight years are amongst the best of their life.
Envy, suspicion, jealousy and revenge are just a few of the powerful emotions flapping around 1920’s America according to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic The Great Gatsby.
For 24% of ‘blue’ Brits, feeling good is nothing but a song lyric, and for 15% of this ‘down in the dumps’ demographic, every day of the week is clouded by insecurities.
Nuffield Health, UK healthcare charity, agrees that the rise in people under 40 years of age with type 2 diabetes highlights a considerable risk to the health and welfare of the UK.
Money worries are taking their toll on British consumers' lives, with 31 per cent of the population claiming their finances are their biggest daily stress, according to research from MoneySupermarket.com.
Independent living specialist, Simplyhealth recently opened a centre in the Galleries Shopping Centre in Bristol.
Teachers can now offer a fully interactive view of the human ear in class, thanks to a new educational resource released online which details each part of the ear in detail.
It might not be the first thing to spring to mind when you’re topping up your emergency mummy kit, but if you’re wanting to lower the stress levels between you and your partner you might want to add Helps Stop Snoring Throat Spray to your list.
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