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If you’re looking for a health blog that isn’t afraid to educate and inform on taboo subjects along with more talked about health problems, then take a look at World of Health. This health guide covers news from areas such as medical research, fundraising for health charities, and treatments for complaints such as back problems. There are recipe ideas for a healthier diet, developments in

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British Skin Foundation advise check loved ones moles this Valentines


Valentine’s Day is fast approaching and this year the British Skin Foundation is urging people to check your loved ones moles! Whether it’s your boyfriend, girlfriend, spouse, friend or family – take the time to check for changes in moles.

Things to look for include:

       -Moles that are growing or changing shape       – Moles that are developing new colours  

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Why Home Lifts are Providing a Solution to an Ageing Population

There are 10 million people in the United Kingdom over the age of 65 according to the much recently published Government records and it is estimated this number will nearly double by 2050. This research also highlights the fact that three million people are over the age of 80 – with it projected to increase to eight million in four-and-a-half decades time.

As is widely

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Wild blueberries can diminish the adverse effects of a high-fat diet

Eating bilberries diminishes the adverse effects of a high-fat diet, according to a recent study at the University of Eastern Finland. For the first time, bilberries were shown to have beneficial effects on both blood pressure and nutrition-derived inflammatory responses.

Low-grade inflammation and elevated blood pressure are often associated with obesity-related diseases. The study focused on the health effects of bilberries on mice that were

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Healthy Eating for the Body – Taking Care of Skin, Teeth and Cognitive Function

When people talk about healthy living, there are usually focused on single lifestyle component rather than the bigger picture. This means that while they may develop muscle or boost their strength and conditioning through regular exercise and an increased intake of protein, for example, their skin may be detrimentally impacted by this over time. If your goal is to improve your general standard of health,

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Pioneering councils join project for sustainable services in social care


Eleven councils have joined the ‘Just Right’ project – a national initiative funded by NHS England to develop sustainable services for adults with learning disabilities, without compromising on the quality of care.

The project, which officially launched at the National Children and Adult Services (NCAS) Conference in Manchester, brings together the NHS, industry and eleven local authorities to accelerate the uptake of innovative technology and

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Research Shows How Meditation Could Help With Diabetes

An estimated 285,000,000 people throughout the world suffer from diabetes. The primary cause is considered to be a combination of an ageing population, obesity, poor diet and a lack of exercise. Research published in the Archives of Internal Medicine (1) has uncovered a potentially new contributing factor. The research examines the role stress plays in the treatment of diabetes and if meditation can be used

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A Quick Overview of Hair Loss and Treatments

Hair is more useful than you might think. It helps regulate your body temperature and even protects your head from dangerous ultraviolet radiation. But that’s not all- the way your head looks also has an impact on how you perceive yourself. This is one of the principal reasons why hair loss can be traumatic.

Why would someone lose their hair? There are many reasons for

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By 2019 there will be 604 million users of wearable biometric technology

Intelligence (, the leading research and consultancy organisation for the mobile biometric industry, today issued an update to its latest analyst report forecasting that by 2019 there will be 604 million users of wearable biometric technology globally.

According to Goode Intelligence, biometric authentication in Smart Mobile Devices (smartphones, phablets and tablets) has become a common feature. The first wave of integration into flagship mobile models

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Breakthrough ColdZyme Mouth Spray For Preventing Colds


There’s no question that fish is good for us; it’s lower in fat, packed with vitamins and minerals and is also good for the brain (or so our mothers told us) but could it be more than just a healthier choice on the shopping list? According to scientific studies, the answer is yes.

Swedish industry experts have discovered that an enzyme found in deep sea

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LightSleeper, a small device designed to combat insomnia


A lack of sleep can lead to serious medical conditions including obesity, heart disease and diabetes but watching a soothing light circulating on the ceiling, could be the key to helping insomniacs get the shut eye they need.

The NHS hands out over 10 million prescriptions in England for sleeping pills every year and with one in three of us suffering from poor quality slumbers,

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