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Get it Right this January!

January 11, 2017
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Zoë Harcombe

After the festivities and often indulgences of Christmas many people start the New Year with a desire to become healthier and fitter. We can become surrounded by marketing promoting fitness devices, classes, clothing, recipes, superfoods and programmes […]

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Evolution of Medicine

December 23, 2016
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An interview for UK Health Radio with Patrick Holford

The holidays are often a busy, hectic time but can provide an ideal opportunity to take a step back from our usual routines in life. It can be a chance to reflect on the last twelve months […]

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Digestion: You are what you Absorb

December 21, 2016
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A healthy digestive system is fundamental for our optimal health. Helping children to understand this and talk about this process is invaluable and establishes an early understanding about the importance of the food and drink we eat. Our digestive system can be compared to a river that runs […]

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Evolution of Medicine

December 15, 2016
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An interview for UK Health Radio with James Maskell

Healthcare has changed considerably over the last few years and disillusioned doctors and medical professionals have been hot topic in the media for a number of years. With recent strikes in the UK amongst Junior doctors an […]

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Depression: What it is and what can we do?

December 15, 2016
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We are living through a Depression epidemic with diagnosable mental health illnesses on the rise especially in young people. Statistics suggest that nearly 80,000 children and young people are seriously depressed with about 8,700 of those aged between 5 and 10. This […]

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Achieve Abundant Energy

November 28, 2016
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An Interview for UK Health Radio

 

Lack of energy is an ongoing sign and symptom presented by so many individuals. Some people feel tired on waking or suffer from slumps in energy levels throughout the day. Coping with life’s stresses and strains can also […]

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Use Food to Support Childhood Eczema

November 28, 2016
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Eczema, which is also known as dermatitis, is thought to affect one in five children and one in twelve adults in the UK. It’s a non-contagious inflammatory skin condition that can present in many different forms and vary hugely from individual to individual. The skin can […]

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Why Nutrition is Key to Autism

November 12, 2016
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An Interview for UK Health Radio

Autism is one of most prevalent development disorders in the world. There are many beneficial nutritional strategies that may help manage the impacts of autism. Autism influences a person’s ability to communicate and relate to other people. It is […]

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How to Boost Fertility

October 29, 2016
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An Interview for UK Health Radio

 

With statistics that one in six couples in the UK have difficulty conceiving a baby, any knowledge and advice may have the potential to make a real difference. This month there are two key fertility events to raise awareness […]

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Teaching Children about Seasonality

October 27, 2016
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Educating children about seasonal food has far reaching benefits as not only does it help children learn more about where food comes from it also links with other skills such as time, weather and the seasons. It’s important for children to understand that fruit and vegetables naturally […]

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Finding the Roots of Chronic Fatigue

October 18, 2016
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An Interview for UK Health Radio

Finding the roots of chronic fatigue is literally a rollercoaster of discovery.  Each case has to be looked at individually in order to help empower the person achieve optimal recovery. Dr Sarah Myhill is a leading expert who specialises in […]

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Child asthma

How can we support asthma?

October 5, 2016
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Statistics suggest there are 5.4 million people living with asthma in the UK, with 1 in 11 children suffering from the condition. Asthma related symptoms range from relatively mild cases of breathlessness and chest tightness to severe attacks. Triggers for attacks can take many forms with research […]

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