Lifestyle

2 April 2016

What Are DOMS?

We all know the feeling. When you return to exercise after a few weeks off or when you've pushed yourself harder or further than usual. It's not the feeling that ...
1 April 2016

What Happens When You Eat Sugar?

We all have a good idea of how alcohol can affect our body, but what about sugar? A new tool developed by Benenden outlines the affect that sugar has on the ...
1 April 2016

Top Tips To Keep Your Pet In Shape

When it comes to ensuring a healthy, happy pet, weight is paramount. For pets, being overweight can lead to a number of health complications, such as joint and ligament strain, ...
1 April 2016

Overtime Calculator Reveals How Much Work You Do For Free

You go to work every day, and you get paid for the work that you do there. Or so everyone assumes. Imagine being told that you were actually giving your ...
1 April 2016

Top tips for parents and children affected by bullying

- To coincide with the launch, Kidscape has provided a range of top tips for both parents and children affected by bullying. Top Five Tips For Parents 1. Speak To Your Child. ...
31 March 2016

Stay Hydrated When You Exercise

With the days starting to get a little longer and lighter, exercise regimes and training for spring and summer events are now in full swing There is evidence to suggest that ...
31 March 2016

Why More Brits Are Switching To The Cycle Lane

Independent research undertaken by Ribble Cycles has found that the petrol and parking expenses for driving into work is costing commuters in England and Wales an average of £1,634.42 per ...
27 March 2016

We are a nation of clean freaks but we should be clean geeks

-  As the nation prepares to Spring Clean, a new study has revealed that we are a nation of clean freaks cleaning our home on average three times a week. ...
25 March 2016

Holidays Help Happiness

A huge 95% of UK consumers feel that a holiday has lasting positive effects on their happiness, according to new research by leading independent travel company, Travel Counsellors. The survey polled ...
24 March 2016

Europe’s First Arts And Wellbeing Island Is Coming This Summer!

An innovative new destination concept is taking shape on an island off the coast of Croatia. Untouched for ten years, but once known as 'the island of youth', Obonjan island ...
24 March 2016

The Changing Face Of Modern Britain

A new report from Crimson Hexagon, a business intelligence company specialising in analysing and interpreting social media 'big data', has revealed how British culture is fundamentally changing. Since 2010, 850 ...
24 March 2016

The Easter Bunny Springs Into Action!

The topiary bunny has been created to celebrate the ninth year of the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunts. The hunts will be taking place at 271 National Trust locations over the ...
19 March 2016

Gym Goers Are Trusting The Wrong People

A survey of 1,000 UK adults who exercise regularly, found that despite almost all (95%) of respondents stating they wouldn't take medical advice from anyone other than a qualified medical ...
18 March 2016

Three-quarters of UK couples postponing marriage to buy a house

A survey carried out by lettings and estate agency Chestertons shows that for 71% of couples, buying a home is their top financial priority. With average house prices reaching almost ...
18 March 2016

Why The Clocks Going Forward Is Bad For Your Health

According to recent research from Leeds University and Silentnight, we lose more than fifteen days of sleep on average every year. Add another hour on to this soon for the ...
18 March 2016

JOHNSON’S launches the first ever research based lullaby

-  Almost one million hours of sleep are lost by UK parents every night, with parents resorting to bizarre and desperate methods to try and get their baby to sleep. ...
17 March 2016

Clueless about carbon monoxide

-  Over a third of UK renters potentially at risk from carbon monoxide poisoning at home Despite new legal requirements for landlords, research reveals 35% of privately rented homes are not ...
17 March 2016

Still living at home?

With house prices and deposits becoming harder and harder to reach for young adults, many are opting to stay living at home with their parents into and beyond their late ...
5 March 2016

Is Your Job Affecting Your Eye Health?

According to new data released by the UK's most trusted eye healthcare group, office workers are the most likely to develop eye problems, with nurses, teachers and those in management ...
5 March 2016

Break Free From Poor Form And Phones

Brits' worst habits when it comes to exercising have been identified, revealing that whilst we may have good intentions, we can fall victim to overly chatty exercisers and workout postponers. Research ...
25 February 2016

Young People Facing Many Challenges

Research by charity Central YMCA has revealed the biggest causes of harm to young people in Britain today - with failing to succeed within the education system, a lack of ...
25 February 2016

Not Enough Brits Are Cycling To Work

Concerns about accidents and the Great British weather mean just 9% of working Brits currently cycle to work, new research from Ribble Cycles shows. The YouGov poll of 1,143 workers ...
20 February 2016

Brits Are Happy Workers

New research reveals that British employees are, on the whole, happy at work, with a third feeling inspired to succeed every day and 70% feeling positive more than three days ...
19 February 2016

Eat Well With Tips From Bupa

A Is For Apples - Eat apples with the skin on, as many of its vitamin C is concentrated just under the skin. Plus the skin provides a great source ...