First aid kits - the essentials
First aid kits are an important tool to have in your home, car or when travelling far from home.
Caffeine withdrawal: How to beat the symptoms while breaking the habit
Caffeine is addictive and can be hard to quit, but withdrawing caffeine from your daily routine can benefit your health and mental wellbeing.
Ulcerative colitis - foods to eat and avoid
Ulcerative colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Choosing the right foods to eat and avoid can help you manage your symptoms.
Top 5 strategies to help treat scalp psoriasis
There are many options available to help treat scalp psoriasis - from home remedies to prescription medications and even phototherapy.
Early warning signs of rheumatoid arthritis
Stiff, painful and tender joints? Feeling exhausted, depressed and generally unwell? Learn more about the early signs of rheumatoid arthritis.
Boosting mental wellbeing with exercise
Exercise has many benefits on physical and mental health wellbeing. A few minutes of physical activity a day can have a positive impact on your mood.
5 Natural remedies used for psoriatic arthritis
There is no cure for psoriatic arthritis, but natural remedies used alongside other medications are used by some people to help manage their symptoms.
Protecting yourself from wildfire smoke
Wildfire smoke can make it hard to breathe and cause other health issues. Put a plan in place to protect yourself from smoke inhalation.
Allergies are an overreaction by your immune system to a substance or food that is not considered harmful to most other people. Substances that cause allergies are called allergens or “triggers”.
Asthma is a common inflammatory lung disease which can lead to attacks of wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and coughing.
COVID-19, or coronavirus disease, is the disease caused by SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome coronaviurus 2) the novel coronavirus identified in Wuhan, China in December 2019.
Diabetes is a condition where the body cannot maintain normal blood glucose levels. There are 3 main types: gestational, type 1, type 2 plus a stage before called pre-diabetes.