Nutritionist Marc Bubbs explores whether there is a danger to drinking too much water and if it is better for you to drink when you’re thirsty, rather than aiming for a daily quota.
As 70% of people experience shoulder pain at some point in their life it is easy to see why it is one of the most common complaints we see. Find out all about this area of the body, how it can be treated and the key to successful rehab.
We have all heard of the benefits of exercise (fat loss, improved mental health, reduced co-morbidities, improved wellbeing) but while some may find it easy, why is it usually challenging to make meaningful and lasting change towards exercises goals?
World Health Day feels different this year. The last 12 months have encouraged many people to slow down and focus more on their health, and the many different aspects of it.
Dr Michael Burdon discusses his experience of the last year; the effects that lockdown has had on his clinics and the conditions he has seen and treated over the last 12 months.
Inactivity is at an all time high. If being at home more has caused this, how can we manage it whilst spending most of our time in this space? In this blog we explain both the impact of inactivity and ways to tackle it so you can live a healthy, active life.
What does the road to recovery look like after sustaining a head injury? Does wearing a helmet protect you from the risk of concussion? Consultant Dan Brooke answers these questions and more in our new blog for National Winter Sport Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Awareness Month.
Many who take part in dry January probably do so for their health and wellbeing, but what are the true benefits of dry January if we go right back to square one on 1st February? Consistency is key for solidifying many good habits and that is as true here as ever before.