Whether you work in an office or from home, it doesn’t take long for poor posture and an unergonomic workspace to damage to your back. At work, one of the best things you can do for your long-term health and productivity is to get up and take regular breaks away from your workstation.

Updated: Tuesday 24 October 2023

Published: Wednesday 23 September 2015

Exercise is crucial to building stronger joints, even if you already experience pain. Try these clinically approved exercises for people with joint pain.

Updated: Tuesday 24 October 2023

Published: Wednesday 17 October 2018

A girl getting her first period can be a distressing and confusing time. When the menstrual cycle begins, emotions can be difficult to process, and physical symptoms can make it harder for them to maintain healthy activity levels throughout adolescence. All of this can have a negative impact on how young girls view and participate in sport both in and outside school.

Updated: Wednesday 11 October 2023

Published: Wednesday 11 October 2023

Exercise is a great way to help lower your blood pressure levels. Ben Kelly, Director of Research and Outcomes, explains five of the best exercises.

Updated: Friday 22 September 2023

Published: Wednesday 30 March 2016

If you are elderly or have a weakened immune system, you might be wondering whether the flu jab is something you need to get. With flu season approaching, we’ve partnered with Nuffield Health GP Dr Unnati Desai to help dispel some common myths about the flu jab.

Updated: Thursday 21 September 2023

Published: Thursday 21 September 2023

Chronic pain can make it feel like life may never be “good” or “normal” again. Whether it’s joint pain, arthritis or the long-term discomfort associated with a diagnosed health condition, chronic pain is ever present for millions of people.

Updated: Thursday 17 August 2023

Published: Tuesday 2 October 2018

Everyone has different pain tolerance levels, but if you're experiencing mild musculoskeletal pain, try practicing these natural techniques to improve how your body copes, without using painkillers.

Updated: Thursday 10 August 2023

Published: Tuesday 2 October 2018

The menstrual cycle encompasses far more than just a period. Whether you’re interested in learning more about your own cycle, or your child has recently gotten their first period, you’re in the right place. Dispelling common myths about menstruation and the female cycle helps us all understand the ‘time of the month’ as part of a bigger picture. Senior physiotherapist Hazel Eatwell provides a detailed insight into the menstrual cycle.

Updated: Tuesday 8 August 2023

Published: Thursday 27 July 2023

Tracking your menstrual cycle and the duration of your periods can give you a valuable insight into your body's natural rhythm and empower you to take control of your reproductive health. Exploring the benefits of period cycle tracking helps you better understand the timing of ovulation and menstruation, giving you a biological backing for ovulation timing, fluctuating mood, sex drive and the timing of your period.

Updated: Monday 24 July 2023

Published: Monday 24 July 2023

It is estimated that one in six adults will be affected by urinary incontinence, a pelvic condition that leads to the unintentional loss of urine specifically for those who struggle to control their bladder. Suzie Venn and Angela Birnie share their top tips to help women who are experiencing this.

Updated: Tuesday 9 May 2023

Published: Thursday 30 May 2019

Need motivation to get off the couch? Nuffield Health’s Head of Fitness, Chris Foster, gives six no nonsense reasons why you should get active, now.

Updated: Friday 28 April 2023

Published: Monday 7 September 2015

Niki May Young takes us through her 360+ Health Assessment experience, and the surprising discoveries that were made.

Updated: Friday 28 April 2023

Published: Friday 19 June 2015

The temperature is dropping and the days are getting shorter. As we head into winter we’re all at a greater risk of catching colds or the flu, but there’s lots you can do to boost your immune system to help avoid the misery.

Updated: Friday 28 April 2023

Published: Tuesday 19 November 2019

Illness and injury not only keep you from doing the things you love, but can also get in the way of your work. Here's how to access fast, effective care and get back to work sooner.

Updated: Wednesday 12 April 2023

Published: Wednesday 6 April 2016

Not sure what to make of your blood pressure? Here’s how the numbers work.

Updated: Tuesday 28 March 2023

Published: Friday 18 November 2016

Dr Unnati Desai, National GP lead at Nuffield Health, shares her expertise on the science behind beauty sleep and provides tips to optimise skincare regimes overnight.

Updated: Wednesday 22 March 2023

Published: Monday 12 September 2016

Everyone knows exercise will help lower your blood pressure, but this little trick can help accelerate the drop. Best of all, it takes next to no effort. Head of Preventative Medicine, Dr Ben Kelly explains.

Updated: Wednesday 22 February 2023

Published: Monday 30 January 2017

Not getting as much exercise as you’d like? Whether you’re still working from home, or you’ve become less active since the pandemic, Professor Ben Kelly, Head of Clinical Research has five tips to help get you moving and improve your health.

Updated: Tuesday 10 January 2023

Published: Wednesday 30 March 2016

Learn how to calculate your BMI and analyse the results.

Updated: Wednesday 21 December 2022

Published: Wednesday 30 November 2016

A high blood glucose level (which may also be referred to as a high blood sugar level) can be actively controlled through exercise.

Updated: Wednesday 21 December 2022

Published: Wednesday 30 March 2016