February – March 2019

Allergy to Furry Family Friends

Allergy to pet cats or dogs is something that runs in families - usually in people with an inherited tendency to asthma, hayfever or eczema. Of course, you have to live with an animal or have frequent contact with it for this to happen. Once allergy develops, what you do about it depends on the level of symptoms.

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Living with Obesity

Over the last 40 years, there have been an increase in the number of people overweight or obese, helped by the reduction in body mass index (BMI) classifying weight from 27.5 to 25 in the late 1980's. This has significantly inflated the statistics. 

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Exercise for You

The human body was designed to be active and for most of human history it has been.

Till modern times, work was often physical as was the means of getting from 'A' to 'B'. Even as recently as the 1970's we got out of our chairs to change TV channels. The estimated incidental movement was taken over by labour-saving devices between the mid - 1960's and today is around 2000 calories per week (or a day's food intake)

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A typical migraine headache affects one side of the head, is throbbing in nature, is often accompanied by nausea or vomiting and perhaps sensitivity to light, and can last up to days. 

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