Neuropathy

Understanding Neuropathy: Causes and Means of Prevention

This nerve disorder is the result of nerves that connect the brain to the spinal cord being twisted and clasped together.

Children with AIDS

Three Ways That Health Organizations Work for Children with AIDS

The enormity of the AIDS epidemic’s impact on children in the developing world cannot be ignored

Adult Kaye Walker

How Disability Aids Are Improving People’s Lives

We all have specific needs and regardless of whether we are able-bodied or disabled, there will be some things we struggle with more than others, often resulting in frustration.

Medical Negligence

How to Spot Medical Negligence

Normally though, you make a mistake, you get over it, you forget it. But if someone you have trusted to care for you and make you well again has made a mistake that affects you, it can be harder to recover from that.

Exercise

How to Maintain Motivation for a New Exercise Regime

We’ve all been cutting back on the calories since 2013 rolled around, so by now the temptation to just grab a jam doughnut or a cheese and onion pasty has worked itself into a miniature frenzy, just about ready to blow.

Reduce Cancer Risk

Three Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Risk

Genetics, environment, the types of food you eat and your level of physical activity can all play a role in your overall risk for cancer.

Healthy Goals

Healthy Goals for 2013

Embarking on a new fitness programme is something many people think about every time January comes around, but very few actually do it.

Childhood-Obesity

What Is Causing Childhood Obesity?

Shockingly, recent figures have revealed that roughly one third of all British children are either overweight or obese, and this is just going to continue getting worse.

Paralympics

Five of the Best Moments of the London Paralympics

There were so many great moments to the Olympic Games, like Mo’s awe inspiring win and Murray beating Federer for the gold (not to mention the insane opening ceremony, and especially the daring exploits of Her Majesty), but there were just as many in the Paralympics.

EATING DISORDERS

Surviving the Holidays with Eating Disorders

If you have health issues like eating disorders, it is necessary that you learn ways to control your urge for food so that there is no barrier between you and your happiness.

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