You might only think of cholesterol as the fatty substance that blocks your blood vessels and causes lots of unpleasant health problems. Some of you might know that it’s also vital to several bodily processes. Hormones, vitamin D and bile acid all depend on cholesterol. It’s also essential to your cell membranes, particularly their fluidity
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You might think of energy as a physical thing, driven by what we eat and how much exercise we do. That’s true, but it’s not the whole story. Your mental health can have a big impact on your energy levels, so if you want to be raring to go, you need to take care of
Participating in sports can be pretty stressful. That’s true even if the only person you’re facing is yourself, but the anxiety skyrockets if you’re competing against others. There are so many different kinds of pressure, it’s no wonder that sports are associated with anxiety. There’s the pressure to win. There’s the desperation not to let
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One of the frustrating things about diabetes is that there’s no cure. There’s no moment when you can say, “That’s it, I’m done”. The business of managing symptoms and risk has to continue every single day. Every day, there are a series of checks that a person with diabetes has to carry out to ensure
We don’t always know when there’s something wrong with us. That’s an unfortunate truth. We may look and feel fine while deep inside our body, something isn’t working properly. That’s unfortunate when you consider that most conditions can be treated more effectively when they’re caught early. Take high blood pressure. It is entirely possible to