A Guide to Selecting the Right Bike

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Though lockdown has been tough, one of the great things to come out of it is that many of us have revisited hobbies and habits that may have previously fallen by the wayside. Baking, knitting and crafts have all become popular in recent months as people looked to entertain themselves (and their kids!) at home. Getting out and about for exercise has also become...

Disinfecting Your Glasses to Help Prevent Spread of Germs

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We’ve all seen warnings about avoiding touching your face during these troubling times. This, obviously, is difficult when you wear glasses! Eyeglasses (both lenses and frames) can potentially transfer viruses and bacteria, such as COVID-19, to your eyes, nose and mouth. Research has shown that the coronavirus can last on glass surfaces for as...

Dealing with Sleep Issues During Lockdown 

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Given the turbulence and uncertainty of the last few months, it’s no surprise to learn that many of us have been struggling to sleep. Repetitive thoughts about finances, employment and of course, the virus itself, are all common – and understandable – reasons to worry at night. But, as psychoanalyst Jason Brennan explains, there...

Signs of Melanoma Skin Cancer

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As the weather improves and government restrictions ease, we are spending more time outside.  It is important to remember to protect your skin from the sun.  Dr. Neil Reddy from Precision Healthcare  speaks to us about the signs of melanoma skin cancer and reminds us that there is no such...

Lockdown & Men’s Mental Health

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We may have moved into the so-called ‘new normal’, but it's ok to still be experiencing feelings of worry, anxiety and fear around coronavirus. Though lockdown measures are gradually easing, lots of people are still working from home, in many cases juggling busy jobs with childcare. Anyone can suffer from anxiety and depression, but...