Diet

Spring will soon be here so start thinking about getting healthy

While it may be the depths of winter now and we are all suffering from colds, fevers and lack of fresh air, it wont be long until its Spring
Dentisry

Gain confidence with a wicked smile

Looking after your teeth and having a great smile go hand in hand so read our guide on cosmetic dentistry to get a head start
Child Health

Children need a healthy foundation to give them the best start

From taking care of your teeth through to getting extra help with education and emotional well being we have the information you need
Cosmetic Surgery

Get an extra boost to help you look and feel great

Making sure we look our best is an important part of feeling confident and sexy
  • All you need to know about skin allergies
    There are two types of skin allergy; these include contact allergy and allergies that are caused by internal exposure to an allergen; for example, a contact allergy may be caused by an allergy to nickel, which will cause a person to develop a rash when they wear an earring made from nickel, while internal exposure will cause the individual to Continue Reading...  more...
  • Arthritis; A Look At Some Self-Help Options
    Anyone suffering from a painful condition such as arthritis will welcome any advice they can get to help relieve the discomfort they are experiencing. As most people will have tried the old traditional methods of painkillers and anti-inflammatory medication and still be suffering from pain, then any new ideas are usually tried out with enthusiasm. So, just what are these Continue Reading...  more...
  • Ultimate guide to autism
    What is autism? Autism is a lifelong condition, which has a detrimental effect on certain areas of development. Autism is usually diagnosed in young children and is more common in boys than girls. Autism affects three main areas of development, including social skills, communications skills and the development of the imagination. Most people with autism are diagnosed before the age Continue Reading...  more...
    • At What Age Should Kids Learn to Swim?
      If you have young children and you’ve been thinking about teaching them how to swim, that’s a really good idea. Swimming is a great form of exercise, it helps individuals to develop strength and coordination, and it’s loads of fun too. Depending on how old your kids may be, you might be wondering what age is appropriate. If that’s the Continue Reading...  more...
    • The progression of tooth decay
      Bacteria from the family streptococci are the main cause of tooth decay. Good daily oral hygiene is necessary as a preventative for tooth decay. Dentists  explain the progression of tooth decay and why it’s important to make and keep regular visits to your dentist; also as a preventative. A carbohydrate, mainly sugars, along with poor daily oral hygiene enables cavity-causing bacteria Continue Reading...  more...
    • Diabetes and Dental Problems
      Diabetes is a condition that predisposes an individual to various health problems. One of the leading problem caused by diabetes is the dental problems. Individuals suffering from diabetes are at a very high risk of developing mouth or oral infections. Diabetes lowers body’s self defence against bacteria, fungi, etc. With the development of mouth infection, the gums start to swell Continue Reading...  more...
    • 3 Secrets to Living a Long Life
      Follow these three secrets to living a long life: 1. Focus on the quality of your relationships. Many people focus on quantity, not quality. Someone once said that she would rather know one person on a deeper level than know one hundred people on a shallow level. Quality relationships add value to your life and are one of the key Continue Reading...  more...
    • Tips to improve your quality of life if your disabled
      What is a disability? A disability is a physical or mental health condition, which has substantial implications on an individual’s ability to carry out everyday activities and adjust to everyday life. Many people associate disability with physical conditions that mean a person has to use a wheelchair to get around, but this is not the only type of disability. Other Continue Reading...  more...
    • What is Secondary Infertility
      Secondary Infertility is when a couple already has one or more children but is having trouble conceiving again. Secondary infertility can be equally upsetting for couples as primary infertility as the hope of having more than one child or a brother and sister for their existing child may take over. There are many reasons for secondary infertility such as a Continue Reading...  more...
    • 3 Secrets to Living a Long Life
      Follow these three secrets to living a long life: 1. Focus on the quality of your relationships. Many people focus on quantity, not quality. Someone once said that she would rather know one person on a deeper level than know one hundred people on a shallow level. Quality relationships add value to your life and are one of the key Continue Reading...  more...
    • Ultimate guide to hearing and hearing loss
      The ear is a very sophisticated organ, which is made up of a number of important structures. The ear is made up of three parts; these are: The inner ear The outer ear The middle ear Hearing and audiology is based solely on physical movement, rather than chemical reactions. The structure of the ear Sound enters the ear through the Continue Reading...  more...
    • What are the symptoms of a heart attack?
      Heart attacks A heart attack, also known as myocardial infarction, is a very serious, life-threatening medical emergency which must be treated as quickly as possible. Heart attacks are one of the most common causes of death in the UK. Each year around 111,000 people have a heart attack, but thanks to advances in technology and medical treatment death rates are Continue Reading...  more...
    • Family Care – FAQ About Life Insurance
      Q: What types of life insurance are there? A:  The first is term life insurance. This insurance costs a specific amount to purchase, and it is for a set amount of time. This means that as long as you pay the premium, you will be covered in the event that you die. Your beneficiaries will receive the amount that you Continue Reading...  more...
      • What are the different ways to afford private health care
        Being prepared for an emergency health problem will allow you to respond to a situation so that the measures you take while encountering those critical problems will ensure safety and protection against unforeseen circumstances. An emergency health plan can aid in reducing the confusion of unexpected emergency health issues. Health care today is becoming too expensive and the cost associated Continue Reading...  more...
      • Who Is Most At Risk Of Getting HIV?
        HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is a lifelong illness, which affects the immune system; the immune system is the body’s shield against illnesses and infections. When the immune system is compromised, the chances of becoming ill are increased. HIV is not the same as AIDS; Aids (acquired immune deficiency syndrome); AIDS is the name given to the final stage of HIV Continue Reading...  more...
      • Cosmetic Surgery Info
        UK Cosmetic Surgery Clinics We might hear or read about plastic cosmetic surgery on various occasions throughout our lives, whether it is because a well known celebrity has gone under the knife or we know someone close to us that has put their trust in a cosmetic surgeon. We might see adverts on web pages or in magazines advertising a Continue Reading...  more...
      • Can doing housework really help you sleep better?
        Snoring and sleep apnoea doesn’t just involve the health of the sufferer’s sleep deprived partner, but can also signify underlying health problems for the sufferer. In particular snoring is thought to be a sign of allergies, especially to animal hair and house dust, although it can also, in rare cases, be an indication of more serious problems. If you partner Continue Reading...  more...
        • Guide to getting Support with learning difficulties
          For the many who have a learning difficulty, one of the most vital things is that they are supported not just by well-thought out ideas but by organisations that have expertise in this area. They also need assistance from people who genuinely care and want them to succeed. Help is at hand   When people with learning difficulties reach adulthood, Continue Reading...  more...
        • Does Stress Really Contribute To Hair Loss?
          Stress can be harmful to the entire body, and the hair on our heads is no exception. Regardless of the cause – illness, a traumatic experience, nutritional deficiency – our rate of hair loss may increase. However, it should be noted that stress-induced hair loss is not a cause of male-pattern baldness. Rather, this type of balding is known as Continue Reading...  more...
          • Do I Need to Tell the Dvla About My Eyesight?
            Overview The short answer to the question “Do I need to tell the DVLA about my eyesight?” is “Yes, if you have a problem with it”. UK law mandates that drivers should meet a certain minimum standard of vision for driving. You must inform the DVLA if you have any problems with your eyesight that affect either your eyes; or Continue Reading...  more...
          • Should you use Fat Burner Tablets
            How often you take your fat burner tablets depends on the brand of the product that you choose. The problem with fat burner tablets is that there is no one product that will work for everyone. If there were, the creator of said fat burner supplement would be a multibillionaire that would not be able to leave his home because Continue Reading...  more...