Many people experience bad digestion and unpleasant feelings for no obvious reason. When this is the case it may be your diet that isn’t agreeing with you entirely. The following dietary changes could help you feel better.
Around 850,000 people in the UK have Alzheimer’s disease, however, not all of these people are in the latter stages that are most recognisable, many are in the developing stages. These are some of the early signs.
Chronic fatigue syndrome – or myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) – is a condition that is often misunderstood. Because of its complexity treatment is very difficult to tailor effectively for each individual who has it.
BMI – which means body mass index – has been the arbiter of what constitutes a healthy body weight for a significant amount of time. However, the simplistic nature of the measurement makes many doubt its validity as a sufficient barometer. Does this mean BMI is flawed when it comes to defining a ‘healthy weight’?
Most of us love to sit down for a cuppa. But a cup of tea is more than just a drink to enjoy, it can also provide benefits that have the potential to improve our health. But what exactly might these benefits be?
Our heart is one of the most important organs in our body and can weaken as we age. With that in mind, here are five tips to help keep your heart healthy.
Getting activity when you have mobility limitations isn’t easy, but there is equipment that can help. Here are some fitness accessories we supply at CareCo.
If you suffer from back pain and have had difficulty solving the issue then it’s useful to know what treatment is necessary in your situation.
Many people who require a mobility aid do so because of avoidable or improvable joint pain. But what changes could you make to keep you joints healthy?
Health is big business these days and one area that is becoming increasingly popular is the sale of vitamin and mineral supplements. But are they worth it?