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?
Sitting up straight has always been considered good for your posture and back pain. But the evidence to support the idea of bad posture is remarkably thin.
Development in wearable technology could transform the way illness is understood and approached right from diagnosis through to treatment.
With the NHS being stretched NHS England has encouraged more use of pharmacies. So, when should you choose the pharmacy over a doctor’s visit?
Low-fat food products are advertised as being the healthier option, but there’s lot of misinformation about fat and it shouldn’t be avoided like it is.
If you have difficulty with strenuous workouts due to mobility limitations it can be hard to stay fit, but these low-impact regimes are a great solution.
Your vitals are always most accurately measured by a doctor, but there are home medical aids that can give you a good indication between check-ups.
With prostate cancer deaths overtaking those of breast cancer the need to improve awareness and encourage conversation is more important than ever.
Migraines are debilitating and can potentially put you out of action for an hour or several days. The best way to avoid them is to identify their cause.
It can be hard to know when you’re hearing is not quite right and even harder to admit, but experiencing these signs are when you should consult a doctor.