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May marks National Walking Month – an annual campaign to promote the benefits of walking. Free to get involved with and suitable for any age, we look at how you can get out and explore using your own two feet to improve your health and wellbeing.
Make getting the correct portion sizes simple with our healthy portion size guide…
It’s your safe place, right? It’s routine and there’s no stress, challenges or pressures. But step outside your comfort zone and the benefits could be bountiful
Why prioritising preventative dental care is vital to good oral health
Vegan diets are becoming increasingly popular. Whether it is for ethical, sustainability and/or health reasons, a vegan diet takes some consideration and is not necessarily a healthier choice.
How to minimise your risk of sunburn and ensure your skin and eyes stay protected this summer
Exeter GP Dr David Kernick, former Chair of the British Association for the Study of Headache, shares some insights into how to recognise the main types of headache and what to do if you suffer from migraines
Many serious health conditions can go unnoticed for months – and even years – but health screenings can help us to identify any underlying issues, so we can significantly reduce our risk and improve the prognosis of any illness. After all, prevention is better than cure
“If exercise were a pill, it would be one of the most cost-effective drugs ever invented,” says health promotion consultant Dr Nick Cavill. That’s true, because the benefits of exercise go way beyond what many people think of as simple fitness.
Summer’s welcome arrival means lots of trips to the seaside. Stay safe by learning your beach flags and knowing what precautions to take when by the water
Every single one of us can make a difference to our planet. Sarah Allen challenges you to make one or more of these small changes and make the world a better place in 2017.
The coffee culture in the UK is ever-growing and Devon has its fair share of independent coffee shops and coffee roasters. So, is your daily fix a good thing and how much is too much?
During winter time it can be very tempting to snuggle up on the sofa with a hot chocolate.
Improve your physical and mental health by getting out and taking part in National Walking Month this May.
If you suffer from loneliness from time to time, ironically, you’re not alone. Support is available
If you’ve ever lost your car keys, forgotten your shopping list or lost your train of thought, you’re not alone. Everyone forgets things once in a while, but if it’s happening more and more often, it’s not something you should ignore
Coming up with varied packed lunch ideas day after day can be a challenging task for all parents – even if your children aren’t particularly fussy!
Professional dietitian Ruth Harvey shares her 5 top tips for nutritious packed lunches.
Is working out more your New Year’s resolution for 2023? We look at how exercise classes can be a great way to establish regular exercise and suit all needs and abilities