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Tuesday, December 7, 2021
2015 was the year of Kale, and now it seems that there’s a new superfood making its way into our morning smoothies. Moringa is a tree native to India and the Himalayas but is now cultivated in South America and Africa and has been an important food source for...
Many women desire slim, toned waists, but in an increasingly time-pressed society not everyone has the time to head down to the gym for hours in pursuit of the hourglass figure that society deems so desirable. We want results – fast. One of the latest trends is for latex waist...
Music has been an important tool in getting people through this period of isolation. However, many who desire to learn to make music of their own cannot access the tools and resources required to do so. Music for All has now launched its new #444 initiative, which aims to...
If you're feelings stressed and overwhelmed by the pressures of modern life and the new year, this could be something for you. This session acts as an introduction to Transcendental Meditation, in which the processes and benefits of this particular style of meditation will be explained. There will then...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=16&v=wyeor3z9EdQ Feature picture by Pink Sherbet Photography
You may have heard that drinking warm lemon water is good for you but maybe you don't know why, we have laid out 10 reasons below; This is a good way to get vitamin C which supports the immune system to help fight colds and help the body produce collagen...
Today is the third Monday of the year, the day dubbed ‘Blue Monday’ by psychologist Dr Cliff Arnall. Arnall worked out a formula in 2015 telling us that this specific Monday was worse than all other Mondays, making it the most depressing day of the year. I would try...
Over the years, our lifestyle has changed dramatically to the extent that sitting for prolonged periods and including no physical activities has become quite common. Millions of people around the world have back pain daily. Those who suffer from it understand how it affects your quality of life and...
Lloyd Russell-Moyle announced he is HIV positive in the House of Commons during a debate on public health in parliament yesterday. The Kemptown MP's brave speech made him the first to reveal he is living with the illness inside parliamentary walls, and the second MP to publically discuss living...
This week it was announced by the World Health Organisation that red meat is just as bad for you as cigarettes, alcohol, asbestos and arsenic. That’s quite a shopping list. Sausages, mince, bacon and processed meats such as salami and pastrami are all now considered extremely carcinogenic and it...