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Acne Awareness Month: Your Guide To Acne and Acne Treatments

22nd June 2022

Acne is an extremely prevalent skin condition that affects around 95% of people aged between 11 and 30. However, despite most of us experiencing acne at some point during our lives, few people know that June is attributed to acne awareness month. On that note, it only seems fitting that we use acne awareness month…

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10 Most Common Allergies in the UK

1st December 2021

Food allergies are highly common – both in children and adults – and the number seems to be increasing. As anyone with a food allergy will attest – they are scary: even with the best preventative measures and perception, trace ingredients or cross contamination can cause devastating effects. Friends, family and colleagues should always be…

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Promoting Workplace Health and Wellbeing in 2021/2

26th October 2021

In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic undoubtedly shook the world and its effects on businesses, as well as the people in the workplace, will be felt for years to come. Following the challenge of adapting to the requirements of remote working brought on by nationwide lockdowns, employers are now faced with another problem – implementing adequate…

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Holistic Health – Taking Care of Your Wellbeing

17th February 2020

Introduction Most of us aspire to be healthy, however, the definition of good health may vary from culture to person. It is all too common to underestimate the impact happiness and wellbeing can have on your physical health. Taking a holistic approach means defining good health as more than just being free from physical or…

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Join the Flu Fight!

30th September 2019

As the season’s change, there are lots of things to get excited about. Watching the leaves turn brown and fall from the trees, getting cozy on the sofa and enjoying a hearty meal with loved ones; all the joys of autumn and winter. Unfortunately, with the cold weather also comes several downsides; getting caught in…

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“Man Up” and Visit Your GP

12th June 2019

For far too long, men have been expected to stay ‘strong’. Shamed for showing emotion whether upset or in physical pain; research has shown that women are much more likely receive comfort if in distress, whereas men are told to ‘walk it off’ or ‘man up’. The expectations placed on men affect the way many…

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Riding the Waves of Mental Health

9th May 2019

As much as we would all like to imagine a perfect life is possible, even the rich and famous have bad days. Certain life events happen to us all; not getting that job, the loss of a loved one or spilling sauce on your new trousers. Behind the flawless façade of social media, the ‘beautiful…

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Hay Fever Injection

3rd March 2019

Most people jump for joy when the weather gets hotter and the flowers start to bloom. But that normally means the pollen count is higher, so for 13millions of us in the UK, we start to put up our defences. Tissues at the ready! Hay fever suffers will be all too familiar with the symptoms;…

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