Don't be heartless
Scientists have succeeded in removing skin cells from heart failure patients and reprogramming them into healthy new heart muscle cells.
Satnav for the brain?
An American University has developed a map of the human brain which could act as a guide to its most innermost workings.
Funding to help dementia patients
£30 million funding for a research programme to study various aspects related to managing behaviour and psychological symptoms in dementia patients.
More use for PSA tests
The PSA blood test is commonly used in diagnosing prostate cancer in men. Now it may be adapted to help detect breast cancer in women.
Sleep apnea which causes disturbance in sleep has now shown a possible link to cancer.
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Home exercise and Rehab - Bunions
Home exercise and Rehab - Knee pain
Home exercise and Rehab - Lower back pain
Home exercise and Rehab - Improving posture to ease a stiff neck.
Take a deep breath
Fresh air! Nothing like going outside on a lovely summer’s morning and taking in a deep invigorating breath of fresh air.
Knocking the blues
The medical name for a bruise is a contusion. It is caused when a knock is hard enough on the skin to damage the tiny blood vessels that flow near to the surface.
When your nails aren't in the pink
Many people in late middle age and older notice changes in their nails and sometimes the nails lose their natural pink glow and can take on a dull yellow tinge.
Getting rid of those tattoos of youth!
Tattoos that looked great when we were younger can now look unsightly and even embarrassing.
In a mood about chemicals
Ongoing research shows that both dopamine and serotonin have surprisingly wide affect on many aspects of our body and therefore our health, and certainly they are both involved in the regulation of our mood levels; but they are not the same.
Answering questions on bunions
The first edition of our new Home Exercise and Rehab column by Registered Osteopath and Pilates Practitioner Gina John
Breakfast is important
Having a good breakfast is very important - some doctors go as far as to claim that it is one of the key aspects of staying healthy
The pancreas has the key role of producing various enzymes to help us digest food.
Omega 3 refers to certain fatty acids that are essential for our wellbeing but something our body can’t make.
Warts and all
Around three quarters of people develop a wart at some point in their lives.
Use it or lose it!
There are a lot of myths about getting older and one is that our muscles naturally deteriorate and lose function.
Are you sitting comfortably?
The average British person spends an astonishing average of over 14 hours a day sitting down.
The amazing technology of a CT scan
CT scans are well recognised now; most people will have heard the term and many will have had one.
One activity that everyone agrees is good for all ages is walking. But now winter is here it is not only more difficult to find the enthusiasm to go for that winter walk, but it is also more dangerous..
Taking a shine to your hair
Even if you suffer from hair loss or hair thinning, it makes sense to make the most of whatever hair you have.
You may not know you have a problem with your kidneys
The scary thing about kidney disease is that you may not know you have a problem for a long time because the early signs can vary enormously and also be very subtle.
No need to cry about watering eyes
Moisture is essential to keep our eyes working properly, but sometimes, and especially for people over the age of 60, this can become excessive.
Long in the tooth!
That old saying Long in the Tooth didn’t mean that teeth were actually growing longer - it was because as gums receded, the teeth looked longer.
Taking your medicine
Now there is a growing market to help everyone who has to take a tablet or medication on a regular basis.
Nothing to worry about
Some people worry far too much, to the point that it dominates their lives and their activities. Even worse, excessive worrying can affect you physically and trigger a range of health problems.
Causes of nose bleeds can vary considerable. Obviously a big bang to the nose can cause a nose bleed, but there are many other causes..
Few of us know much about how hair colouring is achieved or examine in detail the ingredients of the hair products used.
It is all such a yawn.
As we understand more and more about the chemical make-up of our bodies and brains some more complex theories are being suggested to explain the yawn.
Is fibre really that fabulous?
Fibre is a very important aspect of diet and it is worth understanding a little about it and why it plays such a role in our overall good health.
On your knees!
Today, knee replacement surgery, or arthroplasty, is quite common and has a very high success rate.
Moisturising your skin
Dry skin is best avoided, and today with so many products on the market, it really is easy to keep your skin soft, moist and beautiful.
Browned off for summer
Many of us believe we look – and feel – better when we have a slight suntan on our skin.
The problem of thinning hair
It is general knowledge that hair can thin and even disappear with age.
Wake up to modern hypnotherapy
Today, modern hypnotherapy can offer a range of benefits to assist in personal development and help address a wide range of specific problems.
Beer bellies aren't just for men
Beer bellies aren’t necessarily caused by beer – although excess drinking does bring in a lot of extra calories.
Implants today are becoming a normal dental procedure and techniques have improved dramatically from even just a decade ago.
Asbestos - if only we knew then what we know now.
It is a sad fact that when most of us were being brought up , asbestos was stilled being hailed as a wonder material.
Cooking oils are simply purified fats
We hear a lot about the dangers of fat and cutting down on our intake of fat, but generally it is not just the quantity of fat in our diet that is the problem, but more importantly the type of fat.
What exactly is the UV Index?
Summer is on its way, and along with the lovely light evenings will come the warnings about sun exposure and ensuring we are protected.
A shadowy problem
Dark circles under eyes may not be a health hazard, but they are a nuisance and do nothing to enhance our looks or our confidence.
In normal life, the level of radiation we receive will have minimal effect on our health.
It is well worth knowing a little about macrobiotic diets, especially as they are becoming more and more popular.
Something to smile about - taking care of your lips
Our poor lips are one of the most ignored parts of our bodies, an area we only consider either when something goes wrong
More than indigestion - stomach ulcers
The symptom of a stomach ulcer is often pain in the upper abdomen just below the breastbone, something that can come and go and can be eased with normal indigestion pills.
Those sleepless nights
Some people worry unnecessarily about the amount of sleep they need. If someone isn’t getting the famous “eight hours sleep a night” they may feel they are not sleeping well.
An eye on varifocals
Getting used to varifocals is a very individual thing. Some people take to them immediately; others need time to adjust before they feel totally at ease with their new eyesight.
There is nothing mysterious about collagen; it is a type of fibrous protein that occurs naturally in bone, cartilage, skin and tendons.
Coming home from hospital
As we get older, the chances of having to go into hospital for a spell increase.
Every year around 175,000 people attend hospital accident and emergency departments because of burns, and over 15,000 are admitted to hospital because of the seriousness of their injuries.
You don't need a break this winter
Fractures, or a break or a crack in a bone, can occur in any bone in our body. They can also occur in different ways.
Mind the winter
What better time than the dark winter evenings to enjoy fun mental challenges such as crosswords and brain games to help keep the brain active and fit.
Outdoor activities in cold weather
January resolutions – and how many of us have stepped onto the scales over Christmas and thought, right, in the New Year we will lose some weight?
I couldn't eat another thing
Nothing is nicer than tucking into a hearty hot meal in the depth of a big cold spell. The trouble is, our digestive tract may not be quite so enthusiastic.
Spas can offer a wide range of different treatments to improve wellbeing, from massage and simple facials to a host of specialised body and mind treatments.
Magnesium - the in mineral of today
I don’t know if you have noticed, but recently there have been a lot of advertisements for magnesium supplements and stories telling us how good magnesium is for our bodies.
You don’t need to let a fear of seasickness stop that cruise of a lifetime!
Generally with modern cruise ships, seasickness is not a major problem. Most ships will be fitted with stabilizers to help reduce the rocking motion of a ship.
Feeling good with Serotonin
Winter is coming on and for many of us, the damp dark days can be quite depressing.
The danger of herbal remedies
people love the idea that using something natural can alleviate problems, but.....
Seasonal flu jab
One of the things that comes round on an annual basis is the question of a flu jab.
Sunshine and Vitamin D
Doctors are showing concern that we are all shying away from sunshine too much
How much sunshine for adequate Vitamin D
Spending adequate lengths of time outside is very important for lots of reasons including the fact that vitamin D is important for good health, for growth and for strong bones.
Laser eye treatment
Tim Harwood, an experienced optometrist, has kindly prepared some information to help anyone over 50 who might be considering laser eye surgery.
Shoulder pain - that common problem
The shoulder is hugely complicated. Bones, muscles and ligaments all connect and there is a lot of scope for damage and injury.
Thank goodness for modern painkillers
A recent survey indicated that two out of every three women have at least one packet of painkilling tablets in their bag and more often than not, two or three different types
Making a splash!
At last it is summer, and all across Europe and indeed on the beaches and in the swimming pools throughout the UK, people are enjoying the healthy fun of swimming.
Beauty treatments for men
Many men in our age bracket can still be appalled at the thought of applying face creams or, even worse, visiting a beauty salon or spa
Hair today, gone tomorrow!
For so many years most of us take hair for granted, but few of us really spend time understanding what hair is and how it grows
Look after those nails
The condition of our nails reveals a lot about our overall health.
Joining A Gym Over 50 - not as scary as you might think!
Features editor Sally Smith tells of her further experiences joining a gym.
Joining A Gym Over 50 - not as scary as you might think!
Features editor Sally Smith tells of her second trip to a gym.
Joining A Gym Over 50 - not as scary as you might think!
Features editor Sally Smith tells of her experiences joining a gym.
Eye time for a check!
If you are over 50, you have reached the age where the risk of Age-Related Macular Degeneration becomes real.
Dental implants are becoming more and more popular and of course are perfect for people who haven’t enough healthy teeth for a bridge or find dentures uncomfortable or inappropriate for their lifestyles.
When you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated, so this is another reason to keep drinking throughout the day rather than waiting until you feel you need a drink.
Keeping your memory
Most people over 50 will begin to notice that they are not quite as sharp as they used to be.
The importance of keeping your throat healthy
It is a part of the body that most of us pay little attention to, yet our throat is incredibly important.
Chill out with your winter clothing
While we haven't had a bitterly cold winter for some years, keeping warm is still a vital factor in these chilly dark months.
Getting cold is never a good idea
Getting cold is not healthy or comfortable.
Natural options for the Menopause
Menopause can arrive at a wide variety of ages and it affects everyone so differently.
Best foot forward for autumn
Because our feet are at the extremity of our body, such a long way down and quite an effort to examine, they are often ignored
Is there too much choice at your local gym?
The choice is too much and for beginners, who simply want to get a bit fitter, it is all too difficult and another reason to give up!
Eggs are key to our diet
It is good to know that today we can be assured that the eggs we buy are fresh and good to eat
Serum is a new word on the beauty scene.
Benefits of healthy gums
Healthy gums will give you something to smile about
A peaceful long life
Can peace and beauty help you live longer?
How to help people who suffer from hearing loss
A good night's sleep
Lack of sleep is now such a widespread problem that there has been a lot of research into the subject and this means that there is now a lot of expert advice available as well.
Having a healthy brain is something worth thinking about
As we get older, keeping our brain fit and healthy makes a lot of sense.
Feel the beat
The British Heart Foundation has put together some good guidelines about checking your pulse rate.
The eyes have it
An eye examination will identify problems with our vision, but it can also identify current and potential health problems, so booking that eye test is really important.
The UV problems of summer sun
Most of us will be well aware of all the precautions we can take to help keep us safe.
When we were younger jet lag could be a nuisance; but as we age some people find jet lag a serious problem that can last for days
Salt - a tasty danger
With so many foods laced with salt, it can be difficult to estimate how much we consume every day.
They are after your blood
Despite advertising, requests and general publicity, at the moment only 4% of people regularly give blood.
Spring diets are here again
Putting weight on during the winter months is quite a natural occurrence.
Most of us only buy a new bed when the old one is broken or so uncomfortable that it is disturbing our sleep
Botox lined out!
Botox is a name most people will have heard of by now.
Best Foot Forwards
If the word chiropodist is still in your vocabulary, you haven’t moved with the times.
Health advice when you need it.
For some people, NHS Direct is already an integral part of their lives..
We all know we should exercise everyday and most of us know we don’t do nearly enough.
Caution with that Christmas Cheer
For many, the Christmas period, with its dark nights and general bonhomie, wouldn’t be the same without a drink or two.
Tea - something we can enjoy without guilt
Last month we mentioned the pleasures of drinking tea; now there is even more good news for tea enthusiasts.
Skin - the new cosmetic for women
Along with all the new technology, there is a host of new products that are turning the whole cosmetic industry on its head.
Now is the time to have a flu vaccine
Winter is on its way
Why are politicians like nappies?
The benefits of a good laugh
Run for your life
With Olympic fever still radiating across the UK, sport and general fitness is again top of people’s minds.
Travelling with Diabetes
Anne Diamond took up kick-boxing on the advice of her local
victim support group – and got herself a gorgeous figure......
Party without pain
How to stay well as the oldest
swinger at the festival.
Exercising Safely -
All about the brain
How to beat the bugs
British Heart Foundation urges over 50s: Be active now and leapfrog into later life
'Golden Agers' at risk of deadly tick disease
A-Z of Health
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Eating fresh spinach every day can help protect against age-related macular degeneration or AMD.
Asbestos and Mesothelioma
Asbestos is one of those things that hit the news in a big way and then virtually disappeared from the media.
Atrial fibrilliation – a condition that causes an irregular, and often very fast, heart beat.
Each year in the UK more than 46,000 people are diagnosed with atrial fibrillation.
Autism - a problem you may not recognise.
Some experts estimate that in the UK one in every 100 suffers from a level of autism, with men being more affected than women.
A person with bipolar disorder can experience vast mood changes from being excited and overactive down to the depths of depression
A very gentle flush can add a charming colour to a pale complexion, but anything more severe is simply a big cause of embarrassment.
Bunions, a knobbly problem
Summer is here and we all love wearing flip flops and open toed sandals. But all this can be spoilt by the common problem of a bunion.
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Carpal tunnel syndrome is surprisingly common; around one in 1000 people develop it every year, especially in women over 50.
As we age, we become more susceptible to all sorts of problems and one common problem among our age group is cataracts.
In more recent years another key word has entered our vocabulary of essential health words – cholesterol. Cholesterol is a fatty substance known as a lipid and is mainly made by our liver from fatty foods that we have eaten.
Cholesterol - those unwelcome fatty deposits
We are continually warned that if we don’t take action to reduce our cholesterol to the magic 5.2 figure or below, then we are increasing our risk of a heart attack and other problems.
Coeliac Disease is an auto-immune disease caused by a reaction to gluten, which is found in wheat, barley, rye and possibly oats.
Colds and Flu
If you are one of the few who have been lucky enough to miss this season’s bout of colds and flu, you are in the minority.
The common cold
It is that time of year again – very soon someone you know will say: “I’ve got a cold”!
The common cold
despite great medical advances, the common cold remains just that - very common and likely to affect every one of us this winter.
Constipation is a very common problem
It is not a health problem we easily talk about, but in fact constipation, or a lack of easy regular bowel movements, affects many people of all ages and is very common.
Deafness - You can say that again
Dementia - a growing problem
It seems more and more of us know someone who has been diagnosed with “dementia”.
Treatment for detached or torn retinas has improved in leaps and bounds in recent years.
Diabetes - Managing
Diabetes is well known and this leads to many people not appreciating quite what a serious condition it can be.
Diabetes - Type 2
According to a recent health survey, by 2020 Type 2 diabetes could rise by as much as 98 per cent
Digestion and Dysmotility
Food travels through our digestive tracts by muscles situated in the gut wall that contract to move the food along.
One in three of us suffer from a skin condition at any one time and dry skin is one of the major problems
Eczema is the name for a range of skin conditions which can affect people of all ages.
Fainting is far more common than most people realise.
Christmas is here and at this time of year, with its dark evenings, festivities and celebrations, we often eat and drink more than we are used to.
Food Poisoning Don't
let it spoil your summer
Keeping an eye on Glaucoma
Glaucoma is a disease of the optic nerve which is the major nerve of vision..
Gout - no laughing matter
Hayfever - Allergic To Summer
Headache - What a headache
Hernias are far more common in men than women and they also occur more in older people.
There may be several contributory causes that contribute to the development of hip arthritis but they all lead to symptoms of pain, stiffness and loss of function.
Incontinence - a weakening in the control of your bladder or bowel movements - can be caused by many things.
Indigestion is more complicated than you think
It makes sense to understand a little more about these small but essential joints
Knees-Weak at the knees
Legs-Restless Legs Syndrome
Around one in three people over 60 suffers regularly from leg cramps and that goes up to half of all people over 80.
Age related macular degeneration, or AMD, is one of the biggest causes of severe sight loss in older people
ME (Myalgic Encephalopathy)
ME is not one of the most publicised health problems and unless you come into contact with a sufferer, it is very unlikely you know much about it.
When you reach our age, most childhood diseases are simply a distant memory – that is, until the grandchildren start coming along.
The number of people who develop melanoma is continuing to rise and here in the UK nearly 9,000 people are diagnosed with melanoma each year
Migraine, what a headache
It is easy to think that migraine is just another form of headache, but today it is recognised as a neurological disorder.
Motor Neurone disease
Motor neurone disease is thankfully reasonably rare, with it affecting only around two in every 100,000 people in the UK.
Myeloma, as it is also called, is a type of cancer arising from plasmacell which are normally found in the bone marrow.
Nails are useful, they help protect the ends of our fingers and of course they can look very nice indeed.
Necks are one of those bits of our bodies that we never really think about until things go wrong.
Osteoporosis is a major problem, but in modern society it is very much thought of as a woman’s problem.
While cancer figures largely in modern media, surprisingly little is written about cancer of the pancreas or pancreatic cancer.
A panic attack is when you feel you are losing control. You will suddenly develop an overwhelming sense of fear, apprehension, anxiety and depression.
Phobias such as a fear of open spaces
can totally disrupt lives
Pituitary gland problems
This small oval shaped gland, situated at the base of our brain just below the optic nerve, can have far reaching effect on many areas of our health.
Pneumonia can still take your breath away
Pneumonia is still quite common, it affects around one in ten adults every year, and if not treated promptly it can still be very serious indeed.
Pneumonia is still with us
In the UK pneumonia still affects around 10 in every 1,000 adults, especially in autumn and winter months.
Prostate cancer – the facts
Prostate Cancer - more facts
SAD - Those winter blues
SAD is now recognised by the World Health Organisation as a medical condition that affects people in the darker winter months.
SAD - Light up your winter moods
For some, winter can be a very difficult time because they suffer from SAD. This stands for Seasonal Affective Disorder, often known as winter blues, and it is now recognised as a medical problem.
Sarcopenia - get a grip!
Many people as they get older find that their strength diminishes and often it is a weakness in the grip or the arms that first draws our attention to the loss of power.
Sciatica is quite a common term but it is not until we get older that we realise it can be a dreadful problem that can really affect one’s life.
Sciatica - a pain in the backside!
Scatica, whilecommon, is not a condition to be ignored.
One in five people will have shingles at some point in their lives and it is most common in people over the age of 50
Sleep - The Importance of Sleep
Stem cell replacements
In recent years, amazing medical advances have been made through the use of stem cells.
Most of us have heard of stomach ulcers but understanding the symptoms, causes and treatments is another thing altogether.
A stroke is the third most common cause of death in Britain and is also the leading cause of severe disability.
There is still a lot of winter weather to come, so knowing more about swine flu can only be a good thing.
Teeth - Talk about a bite
Anyone who overuses the muscles and tendons of their forearm and elbow can suffer from this painful problem.
Small thread veins are usually red and are very unwelcome, especially on the face.
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot formed in a vein.
Thrombosis - Don't let a clot ruin your life
Thrombosis - or blood clots - kill more than 25,000 people every year
If you have some unexplained symptoms, especially those that could be related to your metabolism, then it is worth considering your thyroid.
It is estimated that around five million people in the UK suffer from tinnitus.
Tuberculosis is back
Last year (2008) there were 2,938 new cases of TB in London alone and general figures show there was an increase of 18% across the country.
Still a risk from TB
Tuberculosis has not been totally wiped out and today the numbers of people in this country infected by TB has begun to rise..
Diet & Supplements
Lettuce? A health food? We all know that lettuce is pretty well nothing, no real flavour, no substance, no goodness.
There has been a recent trend towards Spelt and today many people are choosing Spelt products over traditional flour ingredients.
Beetroot is a very good source of a wide range of useful antioxidants and nutrients
Many people who say they really don’t eat nuts also mention that the one nut they quite like is the walnut.
Despite their size, cherries do seem to contain a number of additional benefits that can help various health problems
Manuka honey only comes from New Zealand, where manuka bushes grow.
Despite its growing popularity, many people still know very little about spelt, what it is and how to use it.
They are useful in a range of foods from curries to salads, but one main advantage of chickpeas is that they are good for you.
Superfoods are everywhere - but not this superfood! We are talking about fruit powder from the baobab tree
Barley is a member of the grass family and is such a normal part of our everyday life that few of us give it any consideration at all.
Yes, right! I know what you are thinking, chocolate and health can't go together. In fact, it seems they can.
There is more reason for us all to love strawberries apart from their fabulous flavour. Strawberries are a nutritional powerhouse!
This specialised food comes from the far east where it has been used in a variety of dishes for centuries
Apart from being packed with goodness, celery only has around two calories per stick, so when you are struck by hunger, nibbling a celery stick could be the perfect answer.
This lovely green vegetable is available practically everywhere, so there is no excuse for any of us to ignore its wonders!
Health food of the month - Sweet potatoes
They are not only incredibly versatile and delicious, sweet potatoes also contain some great nutrients.
Health food of the month - Bananas
Bananas are a great source of energy
Health food of the month - nuts
Nuts are good for us..
Tomatoes, the dramatic health food that was once thought poisonous!
Health food of the month - apples
Apples are just brilliant in helping to keep us fit and healthy.
Elderberries are full of natural goodness such as Vitamins A, B and C and also contain strong antioxidant properties
Interesting herb of the month - Comfrey
Comfrey has also been known for centuries as invaluable in the treatment of various ailments including wounds, sprains, bruises and even broken bones
Health food of the month - Papaya
Recent media reports have been mentioning papaya as a new super fruit
Natural food of the month - Globe artichokes
In the last few weeks shops have been full of globe artichokes. These funny plants are growing steadily in popularity because of their excellent nutritional qualities, but they are also very tasty and fun to eat.
Natural food of the month - coconut water and coconuts
One of the latest health foods to hit the news is coconut water, now being dubbed as nature’s sports drink.
Natural remedy of the month - Coriander
You can use the leaves as well as the seeds of coriander in many tasty recipes. It is also believed to have a number of health benefits.
Natural remedy of the month - rosemary
It has been known for a long time that this wonderfully flavoured herb can offer a range of great health benefits.
Natural remedy of the month:
Algae - a green surprise!
New research from Japan shows that green algae can help fight major diseases
Natural remedy of the month - Frankincense
Many people claim a variety of health benefits from the essential oils of frankincense
Natural remedy of the month - Fenugreek
Fenugreek is one of those herbs that we have probably heard of but don’t really know much about.
Natural remedy of the month - Anise or Aniseed
Aniseed has a very definite flavour , one of those tastes you either love or hate.
Natural remedy of the month - Dandelions
Dandelions are mainly used to help detoxify the system, the root especially is said to encourage the steady elimination of toxins from the body
Natural remedy of the month - Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is hailed as one of nature's most generous gifts that can help in the widest range of problems..
Natural remedy of the month - Mint
Mint is rich in Vitamins A and C and also contains smaller amounts of Vitamin B2.
Natural remedy of the month - Watercress
The trouble with watercress is that we tend to use it as a salad food.
Natural remedy of the month - Chamomile
The pretty chamomile plant, or chamomilla recutita, seems to have lots of great benefits.
Natural remedy of the month - Cloves
Clove has been attributed with many more properties than just adding flavour and many claim it should be in every medicine cabinet for use as a pain reliever, digestive aid and warming stimulant.
Natural remedy of the month - St John's Wort
This short, yellow flowering plant has played a major part in medicine for hundreds of years.
FLAXSEED- Natural remedy of the month
Flaxseed has been around for more than 4,000 years, it was even known in the days of Hippocrates for its health benefits.
Natural remedy of the month - Rose hip
Natural remedy of the month - TURMERIC
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