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There was a time when tanned skin was looked down upon, reflecting the hard, outdoor labouring of the working classes.

And then in 1923, Coco Chanel returned from the Rivera with a golden brown complexion and a new fashion was born. 

However, as the suntan’s popularity grew over the following decades, so did the scourge of skin cancer - to the point where it is now the most common type of cancer in the world.

Three main forms of skin cancer exist. Basal cell carcinoma (BCC) and squamous cell carcin...

Fibre plays an important role in maintaining health, helping to lower your cholesterol levels, control your weight and blood glucose levels, and prevent bowel conditions such as constipation, diverticular disease and haemorrhoids. A high-fibre diet can even help to lower your risk of developing some serious health conditions, including diabetes and bowel cancer. April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month in the UK, so what a perfect time to understand more about fibre and how it can help to reduce yo...

You may already be aware, but March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month in the UK. However, did you know that an increasing volume of research is confirming tomatoes and tomato-based foods as a key weapon in the fight against prostate cancer?

As if tomatoes weren’t already healthy enough, prostate cancer risk shows a clear drop as tomato-based consumption increases. This is believed to be due to the presence in tomatoes of a substance called lycopene - the pigment that gives tomatoes their familia...

4 Jan 2016

*Apologies for the lack of cheeriness in this post – we do however, have your best interests at heart wherever you reside in this world of ours!

Australia… the warm sun, stunning beaches and outdoor living with a climate that many sun-starved Europeans crave – but is it any healthier to live down under?

Well, the confronting stats recently released by the Australia Institute of Health and Welfare are quite revealing.

It shows the leading causes of death for both men and women in Australia – here’s...

The prostate gland is found beneath the bladder and above the penis. It’s about the size of a large walnut and is responsible for producing the fluid that combines with sperm to create semen.

Cancer of the prostate gland is the most common male cancer worldwide and the fourth most common cancer overall. It’s a very slow-growing cancer so it’s rarely diagnosed in men below the age of 50 – in fact, the majority of cases occur in those over 65.

The incidence of prostate cancer has increased in recent...

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