Thought you’d tried even the most unusual spa treatments? Vampire facial, check. Gem stone massage, check. Hay body wrap, check.
Brits grin and bear medical problems for a year before getting checked out by their doctor, it has been revealed.
Lemongrass tea may be a relatively unknown drink in the UK, but it has a long history of use in parts of Asia, where it is not only drunk for its great taste, but also to aid relaxation.
The typical Brit returns home from their summer holiday having experienced at least four problems on their sunshine break, research has shown.
We live in a world where most women juggle work, children, friends, and a busy social life - leaving them feeling like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day!
For an estimated 13 million British adults, nocturnal (night time) muscle cramps are an on-going problem, causing discomfort, pain, distress and sleep deprivation. Some sufferers experience one or two episodes nightly, several times a week.
Two new scientific papers have been published that help substantiate claims that those who sleep less are more likely to put on weight.
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.
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