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Taking care of the Adolescent brain

Taking care of the Adolescent brain

March 27, 2020 | Teenages
For parent and adults some of the behaviours of our teenagers can be quite unbelievable, reckless and downright frightening. Energy, creativity and fearlessness is admirable, but unfortunately in some cases, the consequences of these actions can be devastating. Add to this emotional outburst, insolence, moodiness and carelessness lead us to wonder how...
Why do we sweat?

Why do we sweat?

March 17, 2020 | exercise
Perspiration, or sweating can occur when the body becomes over-heated as a way of cooling down. This can occur due to environmental heat and exercise. Sweating may also occur form nervous situations, hot and spicy foods. Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) is not well understood and can occur in some people. Perspiration...
Supporting your Immune system

Supporting your Immune system

March 11, 2020 | Immune
In our society we are confronted with many potentially deadly viruses and pathogens which spread easily from person to person. The key to avoid or reduce the chances of succumbing to sickness is maintaining a healthy immune system. Stress, sleep, dental health, metabolic disorders (obesity, dysbiosis and inflammation) and nutrition...
Are you getting enough fibre? Simple strategies to help increase your fibre intake.

Are you getting enough fibre? Simple strategies to help increase your fibre intake.

March 4, 2020 | Digestion, Diabetes, Heart, Constipation
Why is getting enough fibre important?. Some people may see fibre as an unpalatable, taste-less and an unimportant component in the diet. But this is where they are wrong. People who eat more dietary fibre has a lower risk of developing many chronic diseases such as heart disease, diverticular disease, diabetes, and colorectal cancer....
Supplements for Hair Care

Supplements for Hair Care

February 26, 2020 | Hair loss
Hair supplements - what are the ingredients and which product is right for you? Finding the right ingredients to help with hair problems can be confusing and expensive. Alleviating hair loss, dry or brittle hair, dull lifeless hair and slow growing hair often requires different help and rather than just take any product...
How effective is your face shield?

How effective is your face shield?

February 19, 2020 | Asthma, Immune
People are choosing to use facial shields (masks) in an attempt to avoid the latest deadly virus or trying to protect against environmental pollution whilst going about daily life. Wearing facial protective masks has become a common sight around populated areas and on transport – buses, planes and trains. But...
Retinopathy

Retinopathy

February 12, 2020 | Eyes, Diabetes, Age related illnesses
  The retina is a part of the eye involved in vision. Retinopathy is disease of the retina which impairs vision and can even result in blindness.  Disorders of the retina might include retinal detachment, retinal vein occlusion, retinal telangiectasia and retinal microaneurysms. Some of the disorders can be a...
Diabetic complications

Diabetic complications

February 5, 2020 | Eyes, Diabetes, Weight loss
Being diabetic is not only a health concern in itself, there are also a number of health complications which can arise from the disorder. Kidney disease, stroke, risk of blindness and limb amputations are amonst the  list of concerns. Being aware of what could go wrong, having regular heart health, podiatry, eye and dental...
Dupuytren's contracture

Dupuytren's contracture

January 29, 2020 | Men's Health, General, Muscles
Dupuytren's contracture also known as palmar fibromatosis a is progressive contracture of the palmar fascial bands, causing flexion deformities of the fingers. This condition can affect one or more fingers in which become bent in a flexed position. Dupuytren's contracture happens over time and usually begins with a gradual thickening...
The importance of Bile in digestion

The importance of Bile in digestion

January 22, 2020 | Digestion, Skin Conditions, Constipation
Bile is a fluid produced in the liver and stored in the gallbladder containing primarily cholesterol, bile acids and bilirubin (a product from the breakdown of red blood cells).You may think that bile is just a bitter acid you taste letting you know when you have eaten too many fats....
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