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Walking is a great form of low impact exercise that can benefit your health as well as helping weight loss. Watch the following educational video to find out proper walking techniques and how to walk yourself thin.
Weight lifting is a great exercise for losing weight. Women are often afraid of bulking up, but this should not be the case. Watch the following video to learn how lifting weights can be a useful weight loss exercise.
Watch this video about Complimentary and alternative medicine, Hypnotherapy and weight loss. Dr. Anuradha Arasu explains how hypnotherapy can be used to enable weight loss in patients with the virtual gastric band treatment. A fascinating example of Complimentary and alternative medicine in action.
Hyposensitisation offers a new method of treating allergies. Rather than treat the allergic reaction when it occurs, it tricks the body into not reacting to the allergen at all. Allergy Expert, Dr Peter Saul, explains how in this video.
Could a surgery used to help the morbidly obese hold the key to finding a cure for type 2 diabetes? Dr Daman Mulhi explains the connection between weight loss surgery and type 2 diabetes.
Most men with an enlarged prostate manage the symptoms with medications and lifestyle changes, but occasionally BPH can become life threatening. Consultant Urologist, Mr Christopher Eden, explains the outlook for BPH and when it can become life-threatening.
Is manflu really a myth or is there some truth behind it? Find out once and for all if men really do suffer from the flu worse than women.
Is there a link between good oral hygiene and heart health? Researchers continue to examine the theory that looking after your teeth could lessen your risk of strokes and heart attacks. We take a look at the evidence to date in order to try bust this health myth.
When a patient receives a diagnosis of prostate cancer their mind will almost always turn immediately to surgery to remove the cancer, but the best way to treat some prostate cancers is to do nothing. Find out if watchful waiting and active surveillance could be the best approach for you in this short film.
Hannah developed JIA, or Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis when she was 8 years old. Find out how she copes with life and how a special talent has taken her to the commonwealth games!