Hi - since an illness four years ago I've completely stopped running or doing any sport. It's become a habit which I'd now like to break. Before I start up again I'd like to assess where I'm starting from in terms of general health. I know
I think it would be wise for me to have a general medical check, but I do not know where to go to. Do I have to visit a 'private' clinic, or can I go to my GP? why do you want onewhatare you worried about Have got a funny pain in my left knee since
* For the record I think the BMI is nonseance exsept for a first look at your general health. I don't think BMI is supposed to be anything more than a very rough indicator.It suggests that if you are heavier than the norm group for your height then you are likely
Could you help me?I am a doctor and runner currently working for a charity called Hope Uk in London. We work with children and young people all over the UK to educate them about all drugs, including alcohol and tobacco, and about general health
have been preoccupying your subconscious mind — leaving you with nothing more than a general sense that things just don't feel 100% right in your life though you can't quite figure out why.You may feel preoccupied with your health, or you may worry
in the snow filled car park after Saturday skiing last week! Hahaha. On the same general tack of unnecessary extra fat, I remember at junior school they used to sell rock cakes whcih were so hard you couldn't bite into them, so we used to squash grated cheese
's still very tight although this eases within 24 hours.has anyone else had anything like this? i don't think it's a general weakness in my core as i have no other aches [including lower back] lyanne, you may get some responses if you post this over
tips for maintaining health and running well being ?Ah wellGood luck to all for 2004FF Yes.Get off the events forum and on to general where you belong!
I started running in August 2006 with the aim of losing weight and increasing my general health and well-being. For most of my 40+ years I've been stunningly slothful, but despite this unpromising background surprised myself (and my family, I
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