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12 Mar 2019
Smoking and tobacco use carry high risks to human health. In the UK, 12 million adults smoke (28% of men and 24% of women). Smoking is responsible for 114,000 deaths each year which represents one in every five deaths in the UK. Most of these deaths are from lung cancer, coronary heart disease and chronic obstructive lung disease, the main diseases associated with smoking. It is estimated that about half of all smokers will eventually be killed by their habit. This article covers the different options available to help quit smoking.
25 Apr 2018
Take part in the national day when workers across Britain unite together and participate in a variety of fun and simple activities to #SitLess and #MoveMore at work on Friday 27th April 2018 and spread the word on social media to show your support for the campaign and raise awareness.
16 Mar 2018
This blog article will outline ways in which you can quit drinking alcohol naturally. It will also outline how to stop drinking alcohol naturally with effective home remedies outlined in this blog. For people who are addicted to alcohol and find it hard to Quit immediately there are simple ways in which you can try methods at home. Read on to find out more...
13 Mar 2018
This article will outline a definition of metabolism, the best foods that may help to increase your metabolism. There are also methods in which you exercise that are important for boosting metabolism and general healthy lifestyle. Read on to find out more about how to boost your metabolism...
12 Feb 2018
In today’s high stress, fast paced environment, cigarette smoking is a habit that a lot of people develop as an addiction due to many reasons such as peer pressure, stress, media influences etc. A majority of smokers often ignore the effects which smoking has on your body. Read this article with some effective home remedies to help you put an end to your smoking habits.
29 Jun 2017
Advice on how to plan to reduce or quit alcohol consumption both short and long term.