"Health" Blogs & Blog Posts

A Picturesque LifeA Picturesque Life

The opinions of a Democrat for Life, Feminist for Life, spiritual woman liv...

 
Plain StuffPlain Stuff

-- a little of this, some of that, and a whole lot of other stuff --- p...

 
Corporate Wellness InsightsCorporate Wellness Insights

We offer this blog to help benefits brokers, HR managers and others in the ...

 
iDare! my idea!iDare! my idea!

Exploring ideas; determined & daring be the pioneer of your own life! s...

 
Ramblings of a Freelance WriterRamblings of a Freelance Writer

A Pom in Perth. Freelance writer. Full-time mum. Part-time blogger. Exhaust...

 
Losing for HealthLosing for Health

Join me on my weight loss journey as I learn how to live a healthier life. ...

 
Friends RevolutionFriends Revolution

Friends Revolution focuses on the everyday interesting including travel, ph...

 


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There was only four Primary Health Network Areas in Australia which came near to meeting the aspiration health target of 95 per cent full childhood immunisation of all children by 5 years of age.None of those areas were on the NSW North Coast. In fac...

Okay, so the topic of hair growing on or around your nipples isn’t exactly a part of everyday conversation, but it’s totally normal for both dudes and ladies alike, and it’s nothing to be worried or ashamed of. Here’s why.Read more...

Remember all those Yes-men that we keep reminding you that Trump is surrounded by? Since the Trump campaign (and for the sake of being perfectly transparent, the writers here at RedState, on some smaller scale) has made Hillary Clinton’s health a c...

Global Climate Change (also known as Global Warming) is caused by human misuse and overuse of fossil fuels. That is a fact known by about 95% of all scientists (and 97% of environmental scientists), and these scientists warn us that this climate chan...

Planks are a simple bodyweight exercise that challenges you to hold your body as stiff as a board for as long as you can. It’s sort of become a badge of honor to be able to hold it for 60 seconds or longer. But if you’re holding it for aeons with...

Commenting on the release of new figures that show that NHS Trusts recorded a deficit of £461 million in the first quarter of 2016, the Liberal Democrat Health Spokesperson, Norman Lamb MP, said: “These latest figures showing that NHS trusts overs...

Although a plan to use genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida to fight the spread of Zika is on hold for now, a new survey says that most residents approve such a tactic. A full 40% of Floridians said they “strongly favor” the release of the...