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Jan 26, 2015 14:35 GMT Escapade 2014 was the year that healthy eating became cool! We saw the proliferation of ‘clean’ eating, the rise of paleo, a Nutribullet revolution and more chia puddings than you can shake a coconut at. So what diet and healthy-eating foods are set to feature in our meal plans for 2015?

Jan 09, 2015 14:38 GMT Escapade This month I can seamlessly predict what your daily media digestion will mainly consist of – I suspect you have just finished reading about the New Year being THE time to discover a new you? Or maybe you’re wincing at the reality of being one of the 50% of people that have already ditched their diet and fitness resolution. Sound familiar?

New Year.. New Gym.. New You?

Dec 23, 2014 12:55 GMT Stoke Park ​What better way to kick off the New Year than hitting ​Stoke Park’s brand new state of the art gym. With a full refurbishment on both floors as well as the instalment of the latest fitness technology- you will never want to leave!

Nov 05, 2014 16:45 GMT Allianz Insurance Wednesday 5th November is the 16th National Stress Awareness Day with the theme ‘Stress: the balancing act.’ The aim of the day is to raise awareness of the opportunities for a good work, life balance and to encourage people to think about what they could be doing to lower their own stress levels.

Tax deadline nears for health professionals

Mar 03, 2014 10:00 GMT HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) Health professionals such as physiotherapists and psychologists are running out of time to bring their tax affairs up to date on the best terms possible under a campaign being run by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Jul 01, 2013 13:14 BST Timesulin Everyone's heard about Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes - but have you heard about Type 1.5 diabetes? Type 1.5 (also known as LADA) is being called a pending epidemic by researchers and medical professionals because of its widespread onset and challenging diagnosis, making it one of the most important rising health crises of our time.

Elder Care White Paper

Jul 23, 2012 08:01 BST Amanda Waring Actress, elder care campaigner and award winning filmmaker Amanda Waring provides her thoughts on the Government's new white paper.

Is the British media a help or a hindrance in breaking down stereotypes about mental illness?

May 29, 2012 17:54 BST Fishburn Hedges Mental illness and the way it is portrayed in the media has been a contentious issue for some time. Charities, such as Mind, have criticised the industry for failing to give mental health the attention it needs. Others have condemned journalists, especially tabloid writers, for using words such as ‘bonkers’ or ‘psycho’ - irresponsible reporting which they say exacerbates social stigm...

Feb 21, 2012 15:53 GMT RSA The tragedy James alludes to is that when we get this periodic glimpse of being present, at ease with the world, and available for other people, we wrongly think that drinking more will heighten the sensation. Instead, we should ask ourselves more fundamental questions about how we might live our lives, in order to experience such bliss all the time.