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  • Top Tips on Handling Those Laughter Lines

    It is possible to reduce those laugh lines with various natural "wrinkle" remedies and lifestyle changes...
  • Just One Thing

    Many of us in the UK - and even in the wider world community- were very sad to learn of the recent death of Dr. Michael Mosely while walking in the Greek Island of Symi during a heatwave.  

    He was a very well known TV doctor and presenter with several successful series to his name.  I knew him best from his Just One Thing radio programs over the past few years and on July 12th, the BBC organized a Just One Thing tribute to him when listeners and presenters shared the just one thing that had meant most to them.

    We share a selection of those Just One Things...

  • Top Tips for Improving Your Health During Your Lunch Breaks

    Whether you have an hour or just a few minutes for your lunch break during your working day, you can make the most of this time to down tools and use the time to do much more than eat a quick sandwich.

    We share some suggestions...

  • How to Heal More Quickly After Injury or Surgery

    Have you been injured or are you undergoing surgery?

    We share all the ways in which you can help your body to recover more quickly...

  • Top Ten Tips for Making the Most of that Weekend

    If you have a normal working week from Monday to Friday, you will always look forward to the weekends.  But do you make the most of that forty eight hours or does Monday roll round again and you feel that nothing extra has been achieved?

    We share some ideas on what to do on your days off:

  • Can a Hoarder be Helped?

    Nearly everyone will know of someone who has a severely cluttered home – often to the extent of being a hoarder.

    While there is a huge difference between regular clutter and excessive hoarding, the problem of hoarding is now so widespread that it has become known as a definite disorder or a condition.

    We share more information on this condition and how to help someone who is a hoarder...

  • How to Ensure You Have a Healthy Bladder

    Women in particular can suffer from bladder problems so it is important to do all you can to prevent such problems - and to give your bladder the best chance of staying healthy.

    We share some diet, exercise and lifestyle tips to help you...

  • Can Artificial Light Cause Us Harm?

    Unfortunately, artificial light CAN cause us harm.  Such harmful effects on our human health include:

    • An increased risk for sleep disorders, depression, obesity, diabetes, heart disease and more.
    • The disruption of the human body clock and our hormonal system.
    • An increased risk of circadian rhythm sleep-wake disorders.  This is  where the circadian rhythm is misaligned with the natural light-dark cycle.
    • The problem of hazards for the eyes and the skin.  
  • Making Your Home Smell Fresh, Naturally

    Unfortunately, many of can still be the target of synthetic scents which can cause harm.

    We share some of the toxic health effects of synthetic scents and how you can find more natural ways to make your home smell good...

  • Combine Epsom Salts & Lavender Essential Oil for a Comforting Bathtime Treat

    Combining Epsom Salts with Lavender Essential Oil and other ingredients makes an ideal restoration and relaxation soaking experience - for both mind and body - reducing stress, preventing colds and flu and topping up your mineral levels.
  • How to Achieve Instant Calm with these Simple Solutions

    Sadly, more and more of us today seem to suffer from stress and anxiety.  And it is not helped by being bombarded with information and stimuli from technology (and its advances), from the media and even from our own environment.

    But help is at hand as we share some suggestions on how to reduce that stress and anxiety and help to achieve a calmer life for ourselves..

  • How Do We Handle the Hype About Sugar?

    We all know that sugar or certainly too much of it can cause us harm.

    We share some of the facts...