Despite the nation’s support for Usain Bolt, a survey has found that nearly half of adults in the UK (45 per cent) believe that it would be difficult or impossible
Employers looking to combat the problem of long-term absence are seeking occupational health advice, an analysis of Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) statistics by Legal & General has shown.
Did celery just get sexy? Ok, we doubt it too, but it’s worth noting a new brand of celery promises a sweeter, less aniseed-y flavour and a slightly less stringy texture.
Has the Olympics inspired you to try rowing? Terry O’Neill, former Olympic rowing coach and fitness consultant at Concept2, has put together a quick guide on how to get that
As we are all living longer and partying harder, it pays to take care of your brain. Eating well and plenty of rest is the best way to stay sharp
Summer has finally arrived and we are very jealous of the dog owners invading Hengistbury Head and the New Forest pathways for some outdoor exercise. But man’s best friend may
A lack of exercise is now causing as many deaths as smoking across the world – so it’s time to get moving! A study published in The Lancet found inactivity
Has living in Bournemouth been good for your health? There are many people in our fair city who have beaten physical and mental health issues with the help of our
NOTE: This sale ends July 19 2012 so be quick! It can be hard to justify premium brand make-up in the credit crunch – but if you are smart enough
[youtube id=”Soo4f6e1zCs” width=”620″ height=”360″] Hair of the dog? Lots of water? A duvet day? We all have our own ways of dealing with the dreaded hangover, but this week The