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  Reasons why you shouldn’t skip your post-workout cool down when it comes to your post-workout cool down, you’re really doing your body a disservice by bypassing it. Coming down from, say, a run or a circuit by slowing your movements and slowly bringing down your heart rate can help you recover more easily, and…

One of the latest experimental candidates for a male birth control drug is a compound that would be taken much like the daily birth control pill available for women. A pilot study presented Sunday at the Endocrine Society’s annual meeting suggests that the compound—called dimethandrolone undecanoate (DMAU)—can be safe and effective in human test subjects….

WHAT IS CANNABIS OIL? Cannabis oil is a very powerful herb with a very long history of medicinal use. According to historians, it has been cultivated in various regions of the world for thousands of years. Cannabis or marijuana refers to the products derived from the cannabis sativa plant which are typically bred for their…

    Keeping active throughout life could help keep the body younger and healthier as we age according to new UK research. Researchers at the University of Birmingham and King’s College London, the study set out to look at whether a lifetime of exercise had slowed down ageing in a group of older adult participants….

Experiencing depression can make it hard to find the energy to look after yourself. But taking an active role in your treatment, and taking steps to help yourself cope with your experiences, can make a big difference to how you feel. Here are some things you can try: Get good sleep For many of us…

1. Start the day right. Sleep is undeniably important for both physical and mental health when it comes to dealing with depression. Always aim to wake up 30 minutes earlier than your schedule actual demands. 37 more words via How To Practise Self-Care | Depression | Stress | Mental | Diet | — iMedia TV7

Everyone has mental health, in the same way everyone has physical health – and yet we’re completely neglecting to give our children the knowledge to look after their minds. 38 more words via Mental Health & Children — iMedia TV7

    Expensive supplements promising to provide younger, firmer and glowing skin could be a waste of money, according to a new study. Scientists at the British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) found that a balanced diet, sunscreen and not smoking were more likely to protect skin than the craze for “neutraceuticals”. The global beauty supplements market…

  We all know someone who has described themselves as ‘feeling bipolar’ or ‘a bit OCD’. While it might seem harmless, this throwaway language is actually making it harder for people to receive the mental health support they need, warns Bupa and Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) England. A survey by the organisations found that…

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is often associated with veterans returning from war zones, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) may not seem like something that might affect young people But actually more than two thirds of children in the UK are likely to have experienced a traumatic event by the age of 16, according to chartered…

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