The Best Spas In Europe

From tech-led fitness retreats to the ultimate in soul-soothing relaxation, here are the spas really worth their salt

10 most health-beneficial fruits to include in your diet

Most fruits are definitely a tasty and healthy snack for everyone. But if you're looking for the utmost nutritional benefits, you might be curious about the healthiest fruits to include in your diet. Here's a list of the most health-beneficial fruits you can make a salad with, add to oatmeal, or top pancakes, according to Prevention. Apples With sk...

Minecraft: Best Potions

Potions can be a useful addition to alchemists in Minecraft, harboring great power in just one glass bottle.

UK Smoking Ban: How will it work and when does it come in?

UK Smoking Ban: How will it work and when does it come in? - Plan set to be introduced to make a generation smoke-free

Six tips to improve your relationship with your body

A new study has revealed that a staggering 40 per cent of Gen Z struggle with body image, especially after flicking through social media. In the past month alone, Google searches for 'why do I hate my body' have worryingly spiked by 89 per cent. To help combat the online pressures, Marina Klimenka, wellness expert and visionary co-founder of the fa...

What Is Fosamprenavir And Common Side Effects

ps:// target=_blank>Telzir is a prescription protease inhibitor antiretroviral medicine used to treat HIV/AIDS in adults and children over 6 years of age. This article discusses the precautions to consider before taking Telzir, such as potential interactions with other medications, conditions such as diabetes and hepatitis, and allergic reactions.

6 important sewing tips that will change your life for the better. Professional sewing techniques

Tailor Nour An educational channel in the field of sewing in all its forms, including T-shirts, trousers, shirts, jackets and coats, and how to sew models of sleeves, collars, ruffles and sewing dresses 6 important sewing tips that will change your life for the better. Professional sewing techniques 4 Sewing Tips And Tricks Useful Sewing Hacks and Lovely 🤩 Easy Ways to Sewing Neck With Frill Women's Bowl Sleeves Sewing Techniques | Sewing Tips and Tricks for Beginners Great Information On Sewing That You Need To Know , Pintucks Neck Design Cutting and Stitching #sew #sewing #idae #crafts #tips #tricks #recycle

What is the QbTest for ADHD, how long does it take for diagnosis and who can take it?

What is the QbTest for ADHD, how long does it take for diagnosis and who can take it? - The QbTest could speed up diagnosis for young people being assessed for the three symptoms of ADHD

The best peptide skincare to try, and how the ingredient actually works

The rising star of the skincare sphere explained

AI-powered wristband or fingertip clip may revolutionize sleep apnea diagnosis

West Virginia University researchers will put a sleep apnea detection device at the fingertips or wrists of patients facilitating early diagnosis and treatment of the disease with support from a National Science Foundation grant. Dr. Sunil Sharma, N. Leroy Lapp Professor and division chief ...

How prenatal cannabis exposure may affect mental health in childhood

Scientists are trying to understand how cannabis may affect long term neurodevelopment when people were exposed to it in the womb. Previous work by WashU researchers Sarah Paul and David Baranger in the Behavioral Research and Imaging Neurogenetics (BRAIN) lab led by Ryan Bogdan found associatio...

Wobbly, pear shape or beer belly? What your tummy says about your health

Losing weight, which usually equates to losing fat, is a health goal for millions, and for good reason. According to NHS Digital data, hospital admissions linked to obesity have doubled in six years to more than 1.2 million in 2022-23. According to other government statistics published in 2023, 63.8 per cent of adults in England in the year to 2022...

Three diabetes warning signs that can appear when you first wake up in the morning

Many people can be unaware of diabetes because of general warning signs

Four years non-diabetic status after impaired glucose tolerance diagnosis cuts cardiovascular risks

By Dr. Chinta Sidharthan In a recent study published in the journal PLOS Medicine , a team of researchers in China examined whether the years an individual retained the non-diabetic status after an initial diagnosis of impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) was associated with the risk of long-term o...

Mental health training for line managers ‘could save millions in lost sick days’

Mental health training for line managers ‘could save millions in lost sick days’ - It is associated with better business performance, study shows.

Gregg Wallace lost 5 stone by cutting out 3 foods and no diet or gym

Gregg Wallace lost five stone in weight after being warned by his doctor that he was at risk of diabetes.

‘Growing evidence’ that obese teenagers could benefit from weight-loss drugs

Globally, obesity rates among teenagers globally have quadrupled since 1990, according to the World Health Organisation.

What to Eat (Swahili) - Diabetes Series

Nini kinafaa kula. By Global Health Media Project: Over thousands of years, people have learned to combine different foods to create healthy ways of eating – with the exception of the modern western diet. The shift to highly processed foods, worldwide, underlies the rise of obesity, diabetes, and other diet-related chronic diseases. Although there is no single ideal diet, this video describes how to eat a healthy diet by eating real whole food – as our families ate before the coming of industrialized food. This video is one of over 30 videos in our series on diabetes prevention and care. The videos are targeted for three audiences: health care workers – to help guide providers in developing countries in good diabetes care; people with diabetes – to improve their knowledge and home care; and the general public – to increase their understanding of diabetes, with the aim of greater awareness of the risks and symptoms, and ways to prevent type 2 diabetes. Copyright © 2023 Global Health Media Project. All rights reserved.

Mental health clinics across the US are helping Latinos bridge language and access barriers

Michelle Mata wasn’t diagnosed with a mental illness until she was 23, after years of suffering. She knew very little about who to ask for help, having grown up in a Latino family in San Antonio that didn’t talk about mental health. At appointments, she was terrified of telling the truth. “I didn’t want to tell (doctors) that because I knew that as soon as I disclosed what I was feeling my freedom was going to be taken away from me and I was...

What are the symptoms of anxiety?

Our clinical psychologist explains the symptoms of anxiety, some possible causes and provides tips on how to deal with anxiety.

This is the best time of day to eat breakfast, according to nutritionists

When you eat is just as important as what you eat

A discovery in Chernobyl could prevent cancer 38 years after nuclear disaster

It still isn't safe for humans.

'I'm perimenopausal. How can I maintain a healthy body composition with exercise?'

Reasons why you may gain weight and lose muscle, and how to prevent it

Children need love and hope to grow, says human development expert

Children need love and hope to grow, says human development expert - Professor Barry Bogin said that living without hope can cause toxic emotional stress, which can block hormones needed for growth and height.

Protein Is Vital for Building Muscle. Here's How to Work out How Much You Need

Everyone knows we need protein to build muscle, but how much is enough?

Scientists finally work out how Greenland sharks can live to 500 years old

Experts think they have finally uncovered the secret of how Greenland sharks are able to live for so long. The Greenland shark can live up to a mind blowing 500 years old, and it is hoped their longevity could hold the key to anti-ageing in humans. Theories about their long lives have involved their super cold environment, as they inhabit Arctic an...

Scientists find out why dance therapy works for those with neurological disorders

Scientists find out why dance therapy works for those with neurological disorders - Researchers find that dance causes ‘intra-brain synchrony’

3 reasons you keep waking up in the middle of the night

What to do if you wake up at night and can't get back to sleep, according to expert

Getting a decent night's sleep is important for our health, but a lot of us don't get the recommended eight hours. Three-quarters of Brits get less than eight hours of sleep, while one in six get by on less than six hours each night, according to YouGov. Meanwhile across the pond, over 17 per cent of adults had trouble staying asleep most days or e...

Advice from a wellness coach on optimising your festival experience this summer

How to stay on top form while dancing the days (and nights) away

Six beers that are good for your gut health – and the ones to avoid

Guinness is Good for You is one of the most famous advertising campaigns in history, but away from the slogans and billboards, it appears there could have been a grain of truth in the suggestion that everyone’s favourite stout does something positive for the body. In recent years, researchers have been accumulating evidence to suggest that certain ...

Britain is seeing a summer of illness. Here’s what you can do to avoid getting sick

Britain is seeing a summer of illness. Here’s what you can do to avoid getting sick - Here’s when you should you get tested or see a doctor

Covid FLiRT variant: Symptoms of the new strain to look out for and how to avoid catching it amid summer wave

Covid FLiRT variant: Symptoms of the new strain to look out for and how to avoid catching it amid summer wave - People infected with the FLiRT and LB.1 variants test positive on standard PCR Covid tests

6 Silent Heart Attack Symptoms | What Does a Silent Heart Attack Feel Like?

6 Silent Heart Attack Symptoms | Silent Heart Attack Signs | What Does a Silent Heart Attack Feel Like? In this video, we will discuss the symptoms of a silent heart attack and how to prevent it. A silent heart attack is a heart attack that occurs without any of the classic symptoms, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, or nausea. This type of heart attack is more common in women and older adults. The symptoms of a silent heart attack can vary, but they may include: Fatigue; Mild chest discomfort; Sweating; Shortness of breath; Nausea; Discomfort in other parts of the body, such as the jaw, stomach, or neck. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to seek medical attention immediately. A silent heart attack can be just as serious as a regular heart attack, and it is important to get treatment as soon as possible. There are a number of things you can do to help prevent a silent heart attack, including: Managing your risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes; Eating a healthy diet; Exercising regularly; Maintaining a healthy weight; Quitting smoking; Limiting alcohol intake. If you have any concerns about your heart health, talk to your doctor. They can help you assess your risk factors and develop a plan to prevent a heart attack. Watch this video to learn more about silent heart attacks and how to prevent them. 00:00 Introduction 00:44 What Causes a Heart Attack 01:43 1st Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Chest Discomfort 02:08 2nd Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Radiation of Pain 02:24 3rd Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Shortness of Breath and Difficulty Breathing 02:37 4th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Cold Sweat and Paler Skin 02:47 5th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Nausea and Vomiting 02:58 6th Symptom of a Classic Heart Attack: Dizziness 03:24 1st Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Fatigue 03:36 2nd Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Mild Chest Discomfort 03:55 3rd Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Sweating 04:09 4th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Shortness of Breath 04:30 5th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Nausea 04:43 6th Symptom of a Silent Heart Attack: Discomfort in Other Parts of the Body 05:11 How to Prevent Heart Disease and Heart Attacks 06:24 Conclusion Follow us on: Facebook - --------------------------------------- Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. #heartattack #heartattackawareness #heartattacksymptoms

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How healthy is your supermarket loaf? Here are the ones to avoid

Could this be the worst thing since sliced bread? According to more and more research, ultra-processed food is at the root of much of our ill health – with the highest consumers 24 per cent more likely to suffer heart attacks and strokes, and 39 per cent more likely to develop high blood pressure. Britain and the United States are the world’s bigge...

Top 8 health benefits of liquorice

Liquorice is one of the oldest herbal remedies and a popular confectionery, but is it good for us and how much is too much?

Worried about a mole? Here's how to tell if it could turn into skin cancer

There are some easy signs to look out for...

Doctor shares 6 signs that you might be a borderline alcoholic

Are you questioning your relationship with alcohol? Or perhaps you're concerned about someone in your life? Dr. Dave Nichols - an NHS GP - shared six signs that you may be a "borderline alcoholic" to help you know if it's time to stop. Dr. Nichols spoke to The Sun about what makes someone "dangerously close to the line" of drinking too much. "A lot...

Extreme heat and some medicines can be a risky combo. Here's what to know

Extreme heat and some medicines can be a risky combo. Here's what to know - This summer’s extreme heat is raising the danger of heat-related illnesses and threatening health in a more subtle way — by amplifying the side effects of many common medications

What are the benefits of CBD oil?

What are the benefits of CBD oil? By Emer Delaney – Dietitian What is CBD oil, is it legal in the UK and what are the benefits and risks of using it? We asked a dietitian to take a closer look at this food supplement. CBD oil is increasingly popular, both as a food supplement and for topical use. We asked dietitian Emer Delaney to explain what it...

10 ultra-processed foods that are actually good for you

Five leading food academics challenge the prevailing view that all ultra-processed foods are bad

Cannabigerol shows promise in reducing anxiety and enhancing memory without side effects

By Dr. Sanchari Sinha Dutta, Ph.D. Scientists at Washington State University, USA, have conducted a clinical trial to investigate the acute effect of cannabigerol on anxiety, stress, and mood in healthy individuals. They have published the trial findings in the journal Scientific Reports . ...

Best green teas for an antioxidant-rich boost to your day

Best green teas for an antioxidant-rich boost to your day - Maybe it is easy bein’ green after all

What happens to liver when you stop drinking alcohol

The liver is the largest internal organ in the human body. It is particularly sensitive to the effects of alcohol and is most susceptible to negative consequences. However, the liver can regenerate if you stop consuming alcohol. RBC-Ukraine provides insights into how the liver reacts to alcoholic beverages and how quickly it can recover, according ...

The health risks of being a skinny old person – and how to stay strong

Like so many fitness influencers, Rosemary Mallace runs strength-based classes on YouTube. Unlike so many fitness influencers, she is 73. She’s just starting to add fell running and tap dancing to her exercise regime. “I’m trying to think of something that I can’t do that I used to be able to do and I can’t think of anything.” It seems the Miss Mar...

Healthy Chocolate Banana Bread - Chocolate Oatmeal Banana Bread

This Healthy Chocolate Banana Bread is a guilt-free treat, with a moist, tender crumb and irresistible chocolatey goodness that is sure to become a beloved favorite in your household. Made with oat flour instead of wheat flour, this recipe ensures a gluten-free delight which makes it friendly for those with with specific dietary requirements. We’ve skipped refined sugars entirely, opting instead for the natural sweetness of honey, enhancing both flavor and health benefits. Join this channel to get access to perks: For printing check the full recipe on my blog: #healthychocolatebananabread #sugarfreebananabread #glutenfreebananabread 0:00 - Intro 0:22- Mixing the dry ingredients 0:46 - Mash the bananas 1:06 - Prepare the cake batter 2:34 - Topping with chocolate 2:45 - Baking time 2:51 - Enjoying the chocolate banana bread Background music: Follow me: FACEBOOK: INSTAGRAM: PINTEREST: TikTok: WEBSITE:

Daily supplement may help preserve vision in people with late-stage dry AMD

In a new analysis of data, researchers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) have found that taking a daily supplement containing antioxidant vitamins and minerals slows progression of late-stage dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD), potentially helping people with late-stage disease ...

The healthiest convenience foods and the ones to avoid – from baked beans to supermarket bread

It’s five o’clock, and the white-knuckle ride through the aisles is in full swing. I, along with what feels like half the neighbourhood, am grimly slaloming my way through the obstacle course that is my local supermarket. Yes, I want to get my groceries at the farmer’s market and the local independents too. But the reality is, a good chunk is going...

Princess of Wales hails ‘power of nature’ as Natural History Museum unveils garden project

The Princess of Wales hailed the “power of nature” as she shared a message of support for the National History Museum’s new project. The Princess, who is undergoing cancer treatment, said nature could help keep us “physically, mentally and spiritually healthy”. As patron of the Natural History Museum, and a staunch believer in encouraging children ...