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Winter weather affects British get up and go

If the recent chilly weather has had an effect on the way you feel and what you do, you’re not alone. According to a survey commissioned by Beechams, the majority of people in the UK feel like hibernating during the winter months, with nearly four out of five Brits admitting they have less get up and go when it’s cold and dark outside.

Is your job affecting your health?

If you had a good rest over the Christmas and New Year holidays, chances are the break from work is already a dim and distant memory if research by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is anything to go by.

How to get a better night's sleep this year

Did you make any New Year’s resolutions at the beginning of January? According to a YouGov survey commissioned by Snoreeze, 55 percent of adults in the UK did just that. And the good news is, many people made resolutions to help improve their health.

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March 8-14 World Glaucoma Week

World Glaucoma Week (WGW) is a joint global initiative where the World Glaucoma Association (WGA) and the World Glaucoma Patients Association (WGPA) work together towards raising awareness of glaucoma and what it does to sight.

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March 11 No smoking Day March 11

This year is the 32nd campaign running that addresses to people that want to quit smoking. Join us on this day and be Proud to be a quiter.

Picked up your prescription recently? So did you actually read the leaflet with that medication?