, diet cola. I rarely drank alcohol anyway and, not having had the opportunity, haven't had an alcoholic drink since I've been running. Does everyone find that running contributes to making other changes on health-related matters? Or am I a health
This message is directed only to men aged 18 or over living in the UK. Men under the age of 18 should not respond. I am a senior lecturer in Medical Sociology at the University of Sheffield and I am conducting an exploratory study on men's health
, apparently worked in a small trial http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-19112549 Re. portion control, calorie counting and keeping a food diary, I've found the free phone app MyFitnessPal to be great for keeping an accurate calorie count and balancing it up
i need to find out how much has been and is forecasted to be spent on health and safety training in the UK. Wouldn't you be better looking on a Health and Safety website? 13 quid....and thats too much
was having difficulty. I take Pulmicort AM & PM.I now never have an attack. Each time you do have an attack, it weakens your lungs, so I'd rather take the preventative as a long term measure. My health centre has a good asthma clinic - yours should
is massive. My aim is to share my experience and help people suffering from mental health problems (and their friends/relatives). I could only get better thanks to: doctor's aid; family and friends support; lifestyle change; self determination to change. I am
I need to find a health private insurance in the UK which covers 100% for all Medical Services, 100% for Hospital fees including single room and that it be valid in europe. Cost is not an issue, is there such an insurance? Thanks! Spartan
is awful. I'm glad you find the running a benefit. As with others, I would list the (mental) health benefits as the main reason for my running.I think it's good to run because it feels good. Fast times are great but enjoying the gift of physically being
What might be running back Knowshon Moreno's health injury? Tripped over his wallet ?
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