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How dose nutrition relate to cancer? Dietary factors are recognised as having a significant effect on the risk of cancers, with different dietary elements both increasing and reducing risk. Diet and obesity may be related to up to 30-35% of cancer deaths, while physical inactivity appears to be related to 7% risk of cancer occurrence. There is hope. Real, scientifically valid, practical hope. This is what I am learning from…

  Waking up feeling like you haven’t slept, constantly juggling home and work, and never feeling like you’re quite doing either properly – no wonder that a recent survey by the Health and Safety Executive in the UK found that in 2015/16, stress accounted for 37 per cent of all work related ill health cases…

  Olympian Novlene Williams-Mills Didn’t Let Breast Cancer Impact Her Career In June 2012, just before the Olympic games in London, Jamaican track and field athlete Novlene Williams-Mills was diagnosed with breast cancer. She didn’t tell anyone about the diagnosis and went on to take home a bronze medal in the 4x400m relay in London 2012. After…

Where does depression come from? I’m not going to pretend I have the answers to depression. The lows of your mind are complicated and often in all sorts of different setbacks and emotional impulses that are connected in mysterious ways, but one thing I’ve observed is that depression stems from and can be solved by…

Getting Rid Of Wasting Thoughts Life is purposeless without growth As we get older we need to become wiser and stronger, or else we’re just slowly dying. Growth is especially difficult when everything around you is in decay. A bad environment and negative influences are hard to break away from. It can be done, though….

Benefits of Yoga With First-Hand Experience I myself have experienced benefits yoga’s healing power in a very real way. Weeks before a trip to India in 2002 to investigate yoga therapy, I developed numbness and tingling in my right hand. After first considering scary things like a brain tumor and multiple sclerosis, I figured out that…

(Elev8 Project) “On behalf of the the St Basils MIND ‘Up My Street’  Champions (Jamayne Brown, Kyle Palmer, Mark Johnson) & St Basils Youth Engagement,  I wish to thank all the staff who supported the Young People’s Workshop held on Friday 7th April, 2017 at the Tally Ho Conference Centre, Pershore Rd, Edgbaston, Birmingham.”

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