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Walking is a free and simple way of getting out and moving your body. This often-overlooked form of exercise has several mental and physical health benefits that are proven to help with weight loss, joint pain management, and our mood.

Updated: Thursday 11 April 2024

Published: Thursday 11 April 2024

Maximise the feel-good vibes of your holiday this year with these healthy summer body tips from our experts in nutrition, skincare and fitness.

Updated: Thursday 11 April 2024

Published: Thursday 2 May 2019

Staying connected to others using our smartphone, tablet, or computer can have huge benefits. By always keeping in touch, we can manage relationships and stay connected with friends and family at the touch of a button. For some of us, this can feel tiring and like we are constantly tasked with keep up on message, emails, and social media posts.

Updated: Tuesday 9 April 2024

Published: Wednesday 15 November 2023

Packing a maternity bag full of essentials is an often-overlooked part of giving birth. Make labour a lot more comfortable by ticking bits and pieces off your checklist in the weeks running up to your due date. To help, we’ve put together a list of essentials to make your hospital stay as comfortable as possible.

Updated: Tuesday 9 April 2024

Published: Wednesday 15 November 2023

Testicular cancer can be difficult for men to talk about. Unfortunately, silence on the subject can lead to a lack of understanding and difficulty identifying problematic lumps. Keep reading for expert information and advice on what to look out for and when to get yourself checked out by a professional.

Updated: Thursday 4 April 2024

Published: Thursday 4 April 2024

The Green Healthcare Leadership Programme, co-created by The Florence Nightingale Foundation (FNF) and Nuffield Health and supported by NHS England, has awarded its second round of leadership scholarships to Kate Stables, Nuffield Health Plymouth Hospital and Suzy Moody, University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust who impressed the judges with their sustainable healthcare projects at the Celebration Event in London on Tuesday 26 March.

Updated: Thursday 4 April 2024

Published: Thursday 4 April 2024

Caregivers play a huge role in providing ongoing care. However, to be consistently engaged and motivated, it’s important to understand your own limitations as a carer and accept that there will be rewarding moments and times where you feel overwhelmed.

Updated: Thursday 4 April 2024

Published: Wednesday 3 April 2024

Later this year, Roy will celebrate his 80th birthday. He is grateful for the life he has lived and his good health. It came as a shock to Roy when minor symptoms resulted in a diagnosis that he would need to undergo open-heart surgery to correct an aortic aneurysm just above his heart.

Updated: Tuesday 2 April 2024

Published: Tuesday 2 April 2024

If step counting is your thing, you’ll have seen the number 10,000 everywhere. Most of us have never stopped to think about where this number comes from. We’ve dived into the fact and the fiction of walking 10,000 steps a day to bring you the origins, health benefits, and studies surrounding this magic number.

Updated: Tuesday 2 April 2024

Published: Friday 15 September 2023

Is a bad hip stopping you from doing everyday things? Mr Wilhelm Wagner, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital, reveals the signs you might need a new one.

Updated: Wednesday 27 March 2024

Published: Wednesday 10 February 2016

We often think of exercise as something intense or as activities we do in the gym, but when we're looking at building healthier habits, it’s just as important to appreciate all the movement we do throughout the course of the day. This includes things like cleaning, walking the dog, and playing with our children.

Updated: Friday 22 March 2024

Published: Friday 22 March 2024

There’s a lot that goes into an exercise routine, both mentally and physically. For some, changing things up every few months helps keep things fresh and exciting. For others, the idea of new exercises and unfamiliar territory in the gym can be daunting. We’ve asked our experts for their opinion on mixing up your exercise routine and whether trying something new is always worth it.

Updated: Friday 22 March 2024

Published: Friday 22 March 2024

Joining the gym for the first time can be a daunting experience, regardless of your age or ability. But help is at hand. Personal Trainer Denise Collman shares her top tips on getting the best start.

Updated: Friday 22 March 2024

Published: Tuesday 1 September 2015

Regional Lead Physiotherapist, Joanne Fidock, recommends a series of morning stretches to relieve back pain and keep it at bay.

Updated: Friday 22 March 2024

Published: Wednesday 9 October 2019

We all love a good night’s sleep, but for some of us it isn’t enough. When done properly, napping during the day can help improve energy and concentration levels. Unfortunately, it can also make it harder for us to fall asleep later in the day.

Updated: Wednesday 13 March 2024

Published: Monday 11 March 2024

As a parent, getting your child to sleep can be difficult. Whether they’re a toddler or a teenager, a lot of children struggle with bedtime. Thankfully, there are several small changes you can make to your child’s bedtime routine that will make getting them to sleep easier for them and you.

Updated: Wednesday 13 March 2024

Published: Wednesday 13 March 2024

Balancing your work and home life can be tricky, especially if you work from home or you’re in a pressurised role that demands regular out of office hours. Mental Health Prevention Lead Gosia Bowling and Head of Emotional Wellbeing Brendan Street have combined expertise to tell us all about the challenges we face trying to maintain a healthy work/life balance.

Updated: Monday 11 March 2024

Published: Wednesday 21 April 2021

Remote working has become the new normal for many of us. While these benefits are great, working from home can impact our mental health if we’re not careful. Lisa Gunn provides some tips for making the most of the benefits of working from home.

Updated: Monday 11 March 2024

Published: Friday 4 August 2023

Stress-related mental health issues are becoming more and more prevalent in the workplace. How we manage stress at work differs from person to person as we all have our own ways of processing emotions and relaxing.

Updated: Monday 11 March 2024

Published: Thursday 24 August 2023

On the slopes, knee injuries are a constant threat. They make up around one third of all injuries and can result in serious ACL and MCL damage. Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon Saket Tibrewal explores prevention, treatment, and why knee injuries specifically are becoming more and more common.

Updated: Friday 8 March 2024

Published: Friday 8 March 2024