The Symptoms Of Work-Related Stress And Your Right To Claim Compensation

Almost everyone experience a certain degree of stress at some point in their working years. In fact, 31% of women suffer from continued and long-term work-related stress while it affects 24% of men. Although occasional stress can be considered as a natural part of living, chronic and intense stress can become a substantial health problem. If you or you know so
February 28, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 

The A-Z’s Of Zinc Deficiency

Zinc deficiency is common in the developing world today. Even in the United States, about 12 percent of the population, and perhaps as many as 40 percent of the elderly, are probably at risk for zinc deficiency. Other affected regions include South Asia (Bangladesh and India in particular), Africa, and the Western Pacific. According to the Linus Pauling Instit
February 27, 2014 | Filed Under Nutrition Update | Leave a Comment 

8 Vitamins & Supplements To Help Lift Your Mood & Your Relationship

This time of year can be tough for even the brightest of souls. The days are getting shorter, the mornings colder and our immune systems are taking a battering from a multitude of office viruses!  Faced with the prospect of another endless UK winter, it can be hard to stay positive. And, as the grey days roll into weeks, it’s those closest to us who are mos
February 26, 2014 | Filed Under Nutrition Supplements | Leave a Comment 

Smart Diet to Protect Ageing Eyes

As you age you start noticing certain changes in your vision. Sometimes age brings certain change that weakens your eyes. The most common problems of vision starts after you turn 40; you find it difficult to read and to do close concentration requiring tasks. Newspaper prints, or a menu card in the restaurant seems very difficult to read. You might require gla
February 25, 2014 | Filed Under Nutrition Supplements | Leave a Comment 

Sports Injury Heat Treatment

Sport injuries tend to be a very common nightmare for many athletes, whether your at the specialist level, a student or highschool player or just a weekend warrior, large numbers of sports injuries are just not caused by a single strain to the body, such as most would presume, but predominantly by frequent overuse of a muscle over prolonged period of time. A
February 24, 2014 | Filed Under Health | Leave a Comment 

What Are The Symptoms of Eczema?

Eczema is a medical term that is attached to a vast amount of skin conditions. It is also often referred to as dermatitis. Many medical terms derive from Greek words. “Eczema” is Greek, and it simply means an eruption. When applied to define a skin condition, it is referring to the rashes, redness, bumps, crusting and flaking commonly associated wi
February 22, 2014 | Filed Under Diseases | Leave a Comment 

A New Outlook On Performance Anxiety

Imagine being on stage in front of your co-workers, about to give a presentation that will make or break your career. You will probably feel your heart pounding, butterflies in your stomach, and maybe even short of breath or shaky. These symptoms of anxiety are common when people are about to do something major, such as give a public speech or performance of s
February 20, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 

4 Common Reasons For Burn Injuries In Adults

Burns are considered as a global public health problem. Based on the reports gathered by the National Institute of Health, there are more than 2 million people in the country who needs treatment for burns annually. This problem also accounts for the estimated 195,000 deaths every year. Non-fatal burns also result in disfigurement and disability, huge financial
February 19, 2014 | Filed Under Articles | Leave a Comment 

Home Remedies To Consider After Car Accidents

Car accidents are really bad in so many ways. They will affect you from both a physical and a psychological point of view. Even when faced with a minor injury, you need to be careful and recover properly before you get back to your regular job or you do anything that could be strenuous for the body. There are various home remedies that can be used in order to
February 18, 2014 | Filed Under Home remedies | Leave a Comment 

5 Ways To Holistically Combat Seasonal Affective Disorder

Are you S.A.D.? Seasonal Affective Disorder, or S.A.D., resembles depression. The cause is the lack of serotonin production throughout the fall and winter seasons in many parts of the United States, and the world. Without appropriate amounts of sunlight, your body is not able to produce the same amount of serotonin. A limited ability to be outside in nature w
February 18, 2014 | Filed Under Diseases | Leave a Comment 

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