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Nutrition: Eating For Health May Not Follow Healthy Eating

By Sophie Murray, Head of Nutrition and Hydration at Gracewell Healthcare

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Five Top Tips to Keep Seniors Cool In the Hot Heat

The UK is currently experiencing its longest heatwave in 20 years. It is so hot right now that roadways are melting, railways are buckling, workers have been advised to avoid wearing suits to work, and the Met Office has issued its second-highest possible heatwave alert. As UK temperatures rise past those in Los Angeles, Madrid and even Istanbul, it is important to manage your temperature as best as possible, especially for the elderly. As it is often harder to self-regulate internal body temperate as you age, the elderly are at the greatest risk of the dangers that extreme heat can cause. 

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Prostate cancer 101: What you need to know

According to Bupa, prostate cancer is a very common form of the disease, typically impacting older men in their mid-60s onwards.

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7 tips for sticking with your new year's resolutions

At the start of the new year many of us make resolutions, whether it's to give up smoking, lose weight, save more money, refrain from drinking too much - the list is endless.

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How can COPD be prevented?

Common lung illnesses such as bronchitis and emphysema fall under the umbrella of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the NHS reported.

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Pneumonia prevention tips

Pneumonia is common chronic condition, characterized by a bacterial or viral infection in the lungs, which in turn can lead to swelling and fluid production, the NHS detailed.

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5 activities that can help you beat the winter blues

It's not unusual to experience feelings of sadness and depression during the winter months.

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5 ways to improve your cardiovascular health

Coronary heart disease, a condition characterized by the accumulation of fatty deposits in the coronary arteries, is an incredibly common and dangerous health condition, threatening the lives of millions of people across the world every year.

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