Ask the experts…endometriosis – talkhealth Blogtalkhealth Blog – Health Education Article

Endometriosis is one of the most common issues women face Despite the fact that around 1.5 million women in the UK live with endometriosis, many women are forced to struggle through crippling pain on a monthly basis. A 2018 study by Manchester Metropolitan University found that women are being routinely failed by the NHS because their descriptions of symptoms are routinely dismissed as being a normal part of the menstrual process. It currently takes an average of seven years to…

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11 simple ways to de-stress during self isolation – Health Article

Charlotte Dormon, Healthista writer and wellbeing coach reveals 10 simple ways we can de-stress during self-isolation including supplements and lifestyle tips  The easy option for most when feeling stressed and anxious about life is to pour yourself a large Gin and Tonic or glass of wine, grab a spoon and a tub of ice cream, shove a Netflix box set on to zone out for as long as possible from what is going on.  This type of behaviour is totally…

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HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

I wrote my heart-health update from #CES2020 this morning, curating a little portfolio of digital health tech announced this week in Las Vegas that could put our heart-health in our hands, mirrors, clothing, and bathroom mats. Imagine my delight to find consumer research published this week by the Pew Research Center on wearable tech adoption and perceptions. And the perfect data point to complement my CES heart-health discussion here — that 4 in 10 U.S. adults would allow a fitness…

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Got stress? These 3 mindsets are fuelling your anxiety – Health Article

If stress is making you feel overwhelmed, it could be down to your everyday thinking patterns, says a leading happiness researcher who has a few simple mindset shifts to help How happy are you? If the answer is, ‘Meh! Who’s happy?’ you’re not alone. But why is it that, despite our relative prosperity as a nation and our own individual success, so many of us report low contentment? One happiness researcher explains this with a startling claim – that the very qualities that make us successful…

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Should I end my relationship? 7 signs it’s time to go – Health Article

Has being with your partner turned you into a jealous person? Does your partner often give you the silent treatment? Sally Brown reveals 7 signs it’s time to end your relationship Well, point number one. If you’re typing into Google: ‘Should I end my relationship, the chances are you have some serious thinking to do. If it’s any consolation, new findings by the Sunday Times Style Magazine have revealed that over half of women (53%) reported being much happier post-divorce…

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HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

Next week, the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) will convene CES, the Consumer Electronics Show, where over 180,000 tech-minded people from around the world will convene to kick the tires on new TVs, games, smart home devices, 5G connections, 3-D printing, drones, and to be sure, digital health innovations. At #CES2020, exhibitors in the health/care ecosystem will go well beyond wearable devices for tracking steps and heart rate. I’ll be meeting with wearable tech innovators along with consumer electronics companies and…

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HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

Across the U.S., the health/care ecosystem warmly embraced social determinants of health as a concept in 2019. A few of the mainstreaming-of-SDoH signposts in 2019 were: As I pointed out in my 2020 Health Populi trendcast, the private sector is taking on more public health initiatives as policy progress at the Federal level feels frozen. Even seemingly popular plan ideas like prescription drug pricing and coverage for pre-existing conditions can’t get traction in Congress or through the White House’s executive…

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Self Care Bliss Challenge – Unconditionally Nourished – Health Article

Do you feel like you need more self care bliss in 2020?   Well, I may have just the thing that you’re looking for if you’re desperate to make more time for your needs, ditch the diet culture and shift to a more loving and kinder mentality next year.  We all set goals and intentions around our health in the new year, many of which are focused on losing weight and getting fit. However, what if I told you that…

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HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

Two separate and new OECD reports, updating health and the global economic outlook, raise two issues that are inter-related: that gains in longevity are stalling, with chronic illnesses and mental ill health affecting more people; and, as wealth grows more concentrated among the wealthy, the economic outlook around most of the world is also slowing. First, we’ll mine the Health at a Glance 2019 annual report covering data on population health, health system performance, and medical spending across OECD countries.…

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HealthPopuli.com – Health Article

My cousin Arlene got married in Detroit at the classic Book Cadillac Hotel on July 23, 1967, a Sunday afternoon wedding. When Daddy drove us back out to our suburban home about 30 minutes from the fancy hotel, the car radio was tuned to WWJ Newsradio 950, all news all the time. As soon as Daddy switched on the radio, we were shocked by the news of a riot breaking out in the city, fires and looting and gunshots and…

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8 ways walking can help depression and anxiety – the psychotherapist’s guide – Health Article

Feeling stressed or anxious? Psychotherapist Jonathan Hoban, author of Walk with Your Wolf, reveals how walking can help you feel happier, calmer and less stressed It’s a Wednesday morning and I’m walking through one of London’s green spaces. As the warmth of the sun hits my face, accompanied by a cold wind, I feel alive again and connected to my environment. And for now, even though I know I have an intense and busy few hours ahead, I couldn’t feel…

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12 things this model wants you to know about the dark side of fashion – Health Article

Leanne Maskell became a top fashion model at just 13.  But alongside the glamour, she was exposed to financial, emotional and sexual exploitation, she reveals in her new book The Model Manifesto Age 13, modelling became my identity – it stopped me from being ‘Lanky Leanney’ (my school nickname) and turned me into ‘The Model’. My bullies finally showed me acceptance – all it had taken to fit in was appearing in Vogue. The acceptance from certain strangers of being deemed beautiful…

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Crushing the Taboos Around Women’s Intimate Wellbeing – Health Article

In collaboration with Canesten. Where women’s intimate wellbeing is concerned I think we are definitely seeing a shift.  A proportion of ladies are becoming more open about talking about any health problems and seeking help,  but there is still a long way to go to help those who feel embarrassed when issues or health concerns crop up. Sadly, there are still a lot of women who would prefer to suffer in silence instead of going to see their GP as…

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