Health

All the latest health and wellbeing information and advice from the experts.

Fitting mini workouts in the middle of the day

Everyone is busy nowadays –too busy to care for many things we used to take for granted. We do not have the time or luxury to go out and run in the morning, play in the local park or dedicate an hour or two to exercise in the local gym. Nowadays, we spend our leisure time surfing social media, playing video games or bingeing on Netflix. Additionally, a majority of us work in jobs that involve...

CBD studies: when the percentage of THC or CBD isn't everything!

The study of the relationship between cannabinoids is still in an initial phase, as well as its understanding.

Cannabinoids have different therapeutic effects. Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) differ in how their molecule acts on cannabinoid receptors in the brain.

THC binds to the CB1 receptor, while CBD, in addition to binding to the CB2 receptor, prevents...

7 Dental treatments that could transform your life

One of the most important health habits you should get into is your oral hygiene. It is an essential aspect of your health, as it can be tied to other parts of your health. This guide will go over some treatments you can have that will help change your perception of oral health.

Teeth Whitening

Starting with Australia's most popular dental treatments, have teeth whitening....

Can my Dog take Antihistamines?

Antihistamines are a medication used to treat hay fever and other allergies. Available over the counter in pharmacies and most supermarkets, antihistamines are able to offer quick and painless relief with few known side effects.

Is it safe for my dog to take antihistamines?

The general answer is yes. Before giving your pet any medication, it is recommended you consult with...

Seven tips for working productively from home

Events of the past two years have blurred the lines between a balanced work and home life more than ever before, with the pandemic causing many remote workers to experience burnout and anxiety due to an inability to ‘switch off’.

For those continuing to work remotely and can relate to the struggle of finding a healthy work/life balance, the team at performance marketing...

Are You Concerned About How Pregnancy Can Change Your Body? What You Can Do

Pregnancy is one of the most joyous times that a couple can share. The sheer anticipation of meeting your new-born can bring you closer together, and is a feeling that cannot be replicated.

With that said, let’s not pretend that pregnancy is gentle walk in the park. As a mother, you are carrying a new life, and that can change your body in a number of ways. This transformation is...

Creating your beauty from the inside

No matter how much makeup you apply to your face to make you look better to others, the only way to improve yourself so that you actually feel the difference, is to work on what is inside. The best way to do this is to look closely at what you are putting in your body and how you are treating yourself.

Eating a well-balanced diet

By eating the correct foods and staying away from or...

How to Wield the Power of Positive Thinking

Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to think positively. But there is plenty of research to show just how much positive thinking can impact our mental wellbeing and – potentially – provide different outcomes in life.

Positive affirmations and manifesting the things we want in life has become incredibly popular over the past few years, but it’s not easy for everyone.

If you’...

Governments must develop effective strategies to identify and control new risks

Policymakers must prepare for pandemics as if readying for war

Politicians and businesses must treat pandemics as if their country is preparing for war – they are too focused on the current pandemic and not paying enough attention to developing strategies to lessen the impact of the next one, researchers reveal.

Governments must develop effective strategies to identify and control new risks – examining the roles played by citizens and the...

It’s estimated that mental health problems cost the UK economy between £70-105 billion per year

How does PMS impact your mental health?

To mark Mental Health Awareness Month, which runs throughout October, research by Yoppie , the pioneers of personalised menstrual care, has analysed the relationship between Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) and mental health.

It’s estimated that mental health problems cost the UK economy between £70-105 billion per year and around the world, one in five women have a common mental health...

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