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Expert Tips For Dealing With Arthritis

Ten million people in the UK are living with arthritis, which can make even the smallest of tasks – whether it’s cooking, walking up the stairs or doing your make-up – very painful. And while medication can help, there are plenty of lifestyle factors you could consider. From how to exercise to the supplements worth taking, we went to the experts to find out more…

Should men use deodorant or antiperspirant?

Deodorant is an essential part of most men’s grooming regime. In a bid to prevent getting those embarrassing sweat patches - or worse still - smelling of BO, most guys blast a few squirts under their pits everyday without giving it a second thought. It’s therefore quite unlikely that any regular deodorant or antiperspirant wearer stops to think about what exactly it is they’re layering over the top on their sweat glands daily, and if it’s actually doing them any good. Find out more here

Grey hair is not always a sign of ageing - pharmacist issues warning about 'serious' cause

GREY hair has a negative connotation for many people because it is synonymous with the ageing process. However, greying can also be a genuine cause for concern. According to Parvinder Sagoo, Lead Medical Advisor and Clinician at Simply Meds, it can signal a serious disease. Read more here

CAN'T STAND THE HEAT Agonising summer headaches are so bad they left me hooked on painkillers

Bright lights, loud noises, even simply standing up can incapacitate her. The cause? Summer headaches. While most of us are desperate for another heatwave, for the 39-year-old businesswoman and thousands like her, hot weather is the stuff of nightmares. Find out more here

Trying the apple cider vinegar penis-enlarging trick could leave you with painful burns

The ‘apple cider vinegar increases your penis size’ lie has been around for years, but it’s been brought to our attention more recently by Vice. Find out more here.

Weather whiplash: why you feel funny when the weather changes

If you’ve ever noticed that you feel tired, lethargic and achy when the weather is all over the place, you’ll know what we’re talking about. The changing weather doesn’t just have the power to impact your mood – thanks to a phenomenon some experts call ‘weather whiplash’, sudden changes in temperature, pressure and humidity levels can cause physical symptoms, too. Read more here.

How to prevent summer headaches

If you've ever been hit by recurring headaches throughout the summer, click the link to read on Experiencing headaches during the summer months is actually surprisingly common and a number of things can trigger them, from over exposure to direct sunlight, the heat, over working or dehydration.

This is why you get a headache when the weather changes

A stark change in weather isn't enjoyable for a number of reasons. One being that it usually means a complete wardrobe shift (like last week, when it switched from heatwave to thunderstorms in the blink of an eye and we all had to ditch our sandals immediately 🙄), but it can also have repercussions for your health. Read More...