Category: Advice

Can an Egg a Day Could Really Keep the Doctor Away?
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Can an Egg a Day Could Really Keep the Doctor Away?

Eating an egg daily has been linked with reduced incidences of strokes and heart disease suggests research published in the medical journal, Heart. The academics, from Peking University Health Science Centre, studied information for heart disease from 416,213 contributors in China. Where at the outset, 13.1% of people surveyed had a daily consumption of an...

20th June 201820th June 2018by
The Benefits of Ergonomics in the Workplace
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The Benefits of Ergonomics in the Workplace

Leaders in business are increasingly integrating ergonomics into all aspects of their operations, little wonder when you examine the benefits of an effective company ergonomics policy. Recent studies reveal the impact an ergonomics policy could have on your business, including cost savings, increased productivity and enhanced product quality. It could also help to reduce compensation...

15th May 201815th May 2018by
Requesting a Second Opinion with Regenta Healthcare
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Requesting a Second Opinion with Regenta Healthcare

Requesting a second opinion from a medical expert is perfectly acceptable when you are faced with decisions concerning a serious, disabling or rare illness, even more so if complicated treatment or procedures are involved. At Regenta Healthcare, we believe that requesting second opinions need to become more common-place among patients. Having a second opinion can...

20th April 201820th April 2018by
How to Manage Hypertension without Medication
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How to Manage Hypertension without Medication

Lifestyle plays an important role in hypertension and its treatment. If you effectively manage your blood pressure through healthy living, you could prevent, slow down or decrease a need for treatment through medication. If you’ve been diagnosed with hypertension, you may be apprehensive about taking drugs to bring it under control. By making some small...

17th April 201817th April 2018by
Ageing Well: A Strategy For Staying Healthy
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Ageing Well: A Strategy For Staying Healthy

There is an ageing problem in society we are told, and it is that we are living longer and therefore placing additional strain on an already stretched NHS. This is only partially true, however, because the real problem isn’t that we have a greater life expectancy but that we are not staying healthier. Improvements in...

12th April 201812th April 2018by
Sleep Habits: How to Improve your Sleep
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Sleep Habits: How to Improve your Sleep

Getting a good night’s rest can be crucial to staying healthy. By improving your sleep habits you can decrease stress and save yourself from potential illness further down the line. But sometimes it can be difficult to get into a healthy sleeping routine. Outside influences like stress from work can put a strain on your sleeping...

10th April 201819th April 2018by
Coping With the Flu
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Coping With the Flu

The influenza virus – commonly known as the flu – is an infectious disease with symptoms including a headache, body ache, fever, cough and tiredness. It is in most cases, a self-limiting condition for which there is no cure and no quick remedy. Sometimes, the only way to help your body is to curl up and get...

29th March 201827th April 2018by
Keeping Healthy During Winter
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Keeping Healthy During Winter

Winter in Britain is seen as the unhealthiest season of the year. It’s cold, wet and miserable, a lack of sunlight disturbs our sleep and waking cycles, making us tired and irritable. But winter doesn’t have to be the unhealthiest time of the year for you or your family. Here are five ways to make...

17th February 201820th April 2018by