close
Advertisement

HealthSmart

Common Causes of Iron Deficiency

Common Causes of Iron Deficiency

Iron is a workhorse nutrient. But you may not have enough. Here’s why.

Healing Through Forgiving

Healing Through Forgiving

New research is revealing it can heal you emotionally – and physically.

The 10 Best Meals to Eat When You Feel Your Worst

The 10 Best Meals to Eat When You Feel Your Worst

Hippocrates had it right when he said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” When your body feels out of whack, certain foods can help set you back on the right track.

Six Important Facts to Know About Psoriasis

Six Important Facts to Know About Psoriasis

Relief is possible for sufferers of scaly skin.

Advertisement
Controlling Constipation

Controlling Constipation

Although not usually a serious risk to health, constipation is very common, particularly among older, less active people and those whose diet does not contain sufficient fibre.

Secrets and Myths of Hair and Nails

Secrets and Myths of Hair and Nails

From Rapunzel’s flowing locks to eating crusts for curls, our hair and also nails are the subjects of many popular tales, beliefs and sayings. We nail down the truth.
If good health floats your boat – get onto oats!

If good health floats your boat – get onto oats!

Oats have long been regarded as a healthy food. Recent scientific research has confirmed this to be the case.

Advertisement
The World's Best-Kept Health Secrets

The World's Best-Kept Health Secrets

Good health can be enhanced and illness prevented or treated in simple ways that anyone can manage. This mix of traditional wisdom and new scientific discoveries can help you stay fit and healthy for life.

Separating Diabetes Myths from Truths

Separating Diabetes Myths from Truths

Despite its prevalence, misinformation surrounds diabetes. Here we set the record straight.

Overcome Exercise Excuses

Overcome Exercise Excuses

How to keep the momentum going when it comes to working out

Does Eating Meat Really Cause Cancer?

Does Eating Meat Really Cause Cancer?

A recent World Health Organization analysis concluded that eating red and processed meat is linked to a higher risk of developing cancer. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to swear off burgers and bacon.

Five Body Hacks to Perk You Right Up

Five Body Hacks to Perk You Right Up

Beat fatigue and boost your energy levels.

Living With Parkinson’s

Living With Parkinson’s

Day-to-day tasks can be difficult or even impossible for sufferers of this degenerative disease. But there’s good reason to be hopeful.

How to Cope with an ‘Overactive’ Bladder

How to Cope with an ‘Overactive’ Bladder

While the term ‘overactive’ may be used to avoid the awkwardness surrounding incontinence, the reality is up to 25% of women and 5% of men under 65 – more among the elderly – experience a type of urinary incontinence at some point. Follow these tips to help stay dry.

Pages

Advertisement