If you’ve done any long-distance overseas travel before, you’ve no doubt experienced the awful feeling of jet lag in some form. Sadly, there are no magical jet lag remedies that will see you arrive at your destination wide awake and ready to function like a normal human being. However, there
On June 14 every year, countries all over the world celebrate World Blood Donor Day. The event, co-ordinated by the World Health Organization, was established to raise awareness about the need for safe blood and blood products, and to thank the millions of volunteer blood donors around the world fo
Doctors in England and Wales have reported a 400% increase in the number of children and teenagers admitted to hospital for obesity-related conditions in the past decade.
In 2009, almost 4000 young people needed hospital treatment for problems complicated by being overweight compared with just 872
New research has suggested that two-thirds of the 150,000 deaths a year among under-75s in the UK are could be avoided, with better health strategies and changes in lifestyles capable of cutting the toll by tens of thousands.
Public Health England (PHE) has published data for premature deaths in co
Get Drenched At The Songkran Water Festival
The Songkran Festival is Thailand’s traditional New Year celebration. Lasting from April 13 through to April 15, the festival usually coincides with the New Year celebrations of many other Asian countries.
Whilst Songkran is traditionally a time to