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The Review: Wheezy? Weight Loss could help!

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s hot topics, health news and research – giving you a clear, simple, trusted view on the very latest findings to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally explores the latest research suggesting that a little bit of weight loss could be just the ticket when it comes to improving the effects of asthma. Also this week, why drizzly weather outside shouldn’t put you off heading off for some outdoor fitness.

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The Review: Could your bad habits actually be good for you?

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s hot topics, health news and research – giving you a clear, simple, trusted view on the very latest findings to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally takes a look at how certain so-called ‘bad’ habits could actually have benefits to our health and wellbeing.

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Top 5: stretch mark control products

Vavista Creative Director, and self-confessed beauty addict, Lydia Mansi has been trialling a bathroom cabinet’s worth of lotions and potions to see if any can truly make a different to those pesky stretch marks…

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Top Five: Tips to cut back on sugar

We all know we ought to be minimising our sugar intake, but with sugar present in so many of our every day foods, how can we cut back on how much sugar we consume? Here are our top five tips to help make reducing your sugar intake as easy as possible.

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The Review: Exercise your way to better brain power

The Review is Dr. Sally Norton’s comment on the week’s hot topics, health news and research – giving you a clear, simple, trusted view on the very latest findings to affect your health, weight and wellbeing. This week, Sally takes a look at the latest research revealing a link between increasing our fitness levels and improving our health and brain power.

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Top Five: Wearables for health and wellbeing

As big advocators of improving our nation’s health and wellbeing, we love finding new technologies designed to make healthy living even easier. So with this in mind, here are our top five wearable technologies, all created with the purpose of improving our health and wellbeing.

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