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February 24, 2014
This month is National Heart Month! This public health awareness campaign helps to raise awareness of the UK’s biggest killer – cardiovascular disease. Risk factors associated with cardiovascular disease include: smoking, drinking, high blood pressure, stress, sedentary lifestyles and poor diets. A healthy diet can help to reduce the risk of developing coronary heart disease;
February 10, 2014
Well Done Jenny Jones!! Sunday 9th February 2014 – What a day for the Great British Olympic Team! Jenny Jones, from Bristol, has stormed the Sochi Olympic Women’s Slopestyle event to become the first Briton to win an Olympic medal in a snow event. We hope that Jenny’s Bronze medal spurs you on to take up
January 27, 2014
Yet again we have another wet and windy start to our week! We thought we would spin this time of terrible weather into a pun on gut health and highlight the importance of stool consistency. The state of your gastrointestinal tract is a good indicator of how well or how unwell your body is. Below
From constipation to Crohn’s disease, we have the low down on a range of illnesses, with expert opinion on how to recognise symptoms and seek advice.
Getting your gut in good shape can be easier than you think and something you take small steps to each day.
The gut isn’t just responsible for processing food. This nine metre marvel also holds the majority of the immune system. Take care of it and it will take care of you!
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If you have a digestive problem you're not alone. One in three people do but there are ways you can seek help and advice.
Digestive health can be fun whatever your age! Try our games and quizzes to start getting gut active.