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7 nutrition-based anti-ageing secrets
CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine) Natural Chef and Nutritional Therapist Tasha D’Cruz shares her 7 secrets 1) Colourful vegetables offer
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Poor housekeeping putting millions of Brits at risk of illness
A study of 2,000 UK adults has found that the nation is labouring over tasks which may clear up dust
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8 ways to reduce your dementia risk
Dementia affects around 50 million people worldwide and there are 10 million new cases every year. Worse yet, the number of
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The benefits of reflexology
Regardless age, size or background, reflexology can be an effective therapy to help bring the body back into balance. Working
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Taymouth Marina in Perthshire named Best Leisure Resort
Kenmore holiday and wellness resort Taymouth Marina has been crowned Best Leisure Resort at the 2019 Scottish Outdoor & Leisure Awards. The awards,
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85% of chronic health sufferers feel helpless after visiting the doctor
A survey has revealed that 85% of people suffering from a chronic health condition feel frustrated or helpless after discussing their
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Singing doctor brings a smile to young patients in Inverness
With more than 33,000 views on social media, a video of a doctor treating a young patient at Raigmore Hospital
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Stress linked to poor bone health and osteoporosis
With growing concerns about mental health, and how we care for ourselves, it’s important to address stress – it’s something
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Unqualified staff conducting NHS orthopaedic procedures
Unqualified staff are conducting orthopaedic surgery procedures in NHS hospitals. That’s according to the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
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Don’t miss: Your Body in Balance Winter Wellbeing Tour
Join Scotland’s leading Zen yoga teacher, Scott Hutchison-McDade, and Face Yoga Scotland founder Karen Gider for a head-to-toe, transformational workshop
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Calm your pet’s anxieties on Bonfire Night with CBD
Fireworks on the 5th November scare 40% of the UK’s pet dogs – could CBD be the answer? Remember, remember
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Majority of Scots unaware of pancreatic cancer symptoms
According to new research by Pancreatic Cancer Action, 73% of Scotland can’t name one single symptom of pancreatic cancer; 67%
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Stress and other mental health concerns biggest cause of sick leave
Today marks the start of International Stress Awareness Week, an initiative from the International Stress Management Association. This comes in
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Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival to return in 2020
Edinburgh Wellbeing Festival is set to return to the Assembly Rooms on 1ST and 2nd of February for another packed weekend of talks, classes and
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Why maps and puzzles can protect against Alzheimer’s
According to common sense, you are more likely to survive in a forest if you have no phone signal but
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Could Nuchido Time+ supplement help turn back the clock?
A new anti-ageing supplement which is reporting unprecedented results has been hailed as a breakthrough. Nuchido Time+ – created by
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Is the cold weather harming your hearing?
Winter is upon us and as well as an increased chance of catching a cold or the flu, the colder
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Prevent SAD by planting away the Winter blues
Gardening is good for you – even in Winter! Wrap-up warm and get outside in December to enjoy the winter
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Luxury Arabian oud essential oil perfume launches in Edinburgh
A new, luxury perfume made with essential oil extracted from oud – a rare substance which comes from the bark
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5 ways to beat loneliness this Winter
Don’t go it alone. There are lots of ways to find fun, friendship and boost your emotional wellbeing this Christmas
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Book your FREE INIKA vegan make-over at UK Jan de Vries stores
Party season is looming. That’s why Jan de Vries is throwing its own in-store bash in partnership with INIKA Organic
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The Mouse’s Favourite: Vegan cheese tasting in Kirkcaldy
Cheese loving Fifers are being urged to get along to a special plant-based cheese tasting event at Health Food &
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5 minutes with Scottish author and life coach Alison Smith
Alison Smith is the acclaimed author of Can’t See the Wood for the Trees, an inspired book which draws on
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Smokers who drink alcohol 30 times more likely to get cancer
A major new study has shown that smokers who drink alcohol are 30 times more likely to get mouth or
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New self-care podcast launches to support mental health
Presented by NLP Wellbeing Coach Puja K McClymont, the Self Care 101 Podcast is a conversational show about work-life balance,
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Brexit and 39 other things wearing the nation down
Terrible weather, family arguments – and the ongoing Brexit saga are among the things wearing the nation down. A poll
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Digital technology contributing to rising suicide rates
Digital technology is contributing to rising suicide rates in the UK. That’s according to mental health expert Shelley Perry, who
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20% off Vitamin D for Holistic Scotland Magazine readers
Are you getting enough vitamin D? SunVit-D3 answers some commonly asked questions Q: What is vitamin D and what does
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Half of all commonly used drugs profoundly affect the gut biome
A new study has found that 18 commonly used drug categories extensively affect the taxonomic structure and metabolic potential of
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A night of passion (flower) could be the answer to a good night’s sleep
If you want a good night’s sleep, forget a night of passion and instead reach for a cup of passion
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Scary plants to spruce up your Hallowe’en
With Hallowe’en in sight, pumpkin sales are set to go through the roof, while houses and shops are festooned with
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Inflammatory bowel disease more common than initially thought
The number of people suffering from inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) is three times higher than previous estimates, according to new
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Healthcare attitudes of the nation revealed
People in the UK are more aware of mental health issues than elsewhere in Europe, yet half have experienced or
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