A well stocked gym bag can really help you get the most out of your workout. If you’ve already got your gym wear and your phone tucked in there, but aren’t sure what else you might need, look no further!
With Summer and holiday season in full swing, our bathroom cabinets are groaning with a range of sun care products. We know it’s important, but choosing the right sun care for your family can be tricky. Does more expensive mean it’s more effective? What SPF is best? What does SPF even mean? Let’s cut the jargon and work out how to choose the best sun cream for you and your family.
Men’s Health Week runs from 11 – 17 June, and the organisation behind it are continuing their missions to improve awareness of men’s health, invest in research and target the big killers of men, from mental health to cancer. This year, they’re focussing on Diabetes.
NHS England have released a list of 35 common conditions that will no longer be treated on prescription. The conditions chosen are short-term or minor conditions that can be treated by the patient with self-care, or over-the-counter medicines. Vulnerable patients and prescriptions for long-term conditions will not be affected.
Until recently, most of us probably wouldn’t have thought of using activated charcoal as an ingredient on our beauty products, but there’s been a boom in cleansers, masks and even toothpastes containing the black stuff.
Activated charcoal has actually long been used in hospitals as part of treatments for alcohol poisoning, as the charcoal grabs onto toxins into the stomach and absorbs them before the body can. The same logic applies to charcoal in beauty; it sucks up dirt and oil and washes them away when you rinse.
Lots of us add a little extra padding over the Winter, as we stay indoors more and fill up on comfort foods. If you’ve got some extra winter weight to shed, ready for bikini season, we’ve got the products to give you a helping hand.
Thrush is a common yeast infection, that can affect men or women. Luckily, it’s usually harmless, but it can be uncomfortable.
Allergy season is around the corner, and with pollen levels creeping higher, for Hay Fever sufferers it can be miserable. You should be out enjoying the sunshine, but instead you’re struggling with itchy eyes, a runny nose and breathing problems. With one in five people suffering from Hay Fever, according to the Met Office, and with grass pollen triggering 95% of those sufferers, May to August is a tough time. Lucky for you, we’ve got an Allergy Survival Guide to help you make Hay Fever less of a summer fun ruiner.
It’s almost time for the London Marathon, and runners all over Britain are pounding the pavements in preparation. If you’re nearing the finish line of your marathon training, or just inspired to get out running yourself, we’ve got the best tips to maximise your training and prevent injury.