Two-thirds of British people take their holidays between July and August, following the end of the school year. However, school…
What is it about Wimbledon that makes hundreds of us pick-up a tennis racket for the first time in at least a year and rush down to the local tennis courts to leap and lunge about and do our best to emulate Andy Murray and Laura Robson?
This month is host to World Asthma Day, aimed at raising the profile of this long term illness, which can be fatal. A recent national study of asthma deaths in the UK concluded that people suffering from asthma are dying unnecessarily because of complacency among both medical staff and patients.
Sport is a great way to keep fit and what everyone wants in the workplace is a fit, stress-free workforce, invigorated and ready to face the challenges presented to them. Elite athletes and health professionals are united when it comes to the benefits of sports massage as an aide to preventing injury and also as a tool to enhance post exercise recovery and tissue healing.
Adequate sleep is a key part of a healthy lifestyle, and can benefit many things including your state of mind, your heart function and even your weight. Massage can directly influence the bodyâ€™s production of serotonin. Increased serotonin levels are vital for melatonin production and in turn, restful sleep.
Alongside Bonfire Night, Remembrance Sunday and Thanksgiving in the United States, November 2013 will see the 22nd Annual World Diabetes Day. On November 14, people all over the world will be raising awareness and support for a condition which is currently affecting up to 4 million people here in the United Kingdom.