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Go Dharmic’s Calls UK Public for Support On Relief Efforts For Ukraine Along The Borders And In Kyiv

Since the fighting in Ukraine began, a UK-based NGO, Go Dharmic, has been supporting evacuees from Ukraine, as well as those trapped within the country.

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Back to the slopes.. Skating on thin ice for people with joint problems?

Mr Sean Curry, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at The London Orthopaedic Clinic at King Edward VII, gives his 5 top tips for getting into shape for the slopes and most importantly avoiding injury.

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Yoga? It’s a family affair!

The author tries to dispel the myths surrounding who should participate in yoga and encourages all ages and socioeconomic groups to participate.

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Breathwork to boost your immunity throughout Autumn / Winter

Nevsah Karamehmet explains the complexities of breathing properly and highlights the impact and benefits of good breath work for our health and well being.

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You can’t ‘beet’ a good night’s sleep: Concentrated Beetroot juice can improve sleep

Dr. Harald Engan talks of a new study that identifies concentrated beetroot juice as helping with disturbed sleep in cases of COPD and explains the benefits to others suffering from insomnia.

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Relieving anxiety with puzzles (plus five tips to help clear your mind and improve focus)

Dr. Andrea Furst discusses the benefits to mood by doing puzzles and offers a 5 point plan to boost mood and improve dopamine levels leading to a sense of achievement.

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Do you want to make the return to your workplace a success? “Put people first”

The author identifies the different approaches to maintaining a healthy work balance and talks about leading good well being practices from management level to ensure that staff are listened to and encouraged leading to better staff well being,less absences and better productivity.

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What do we know about Schizophrenia? More than you might think.

The author is a Neuroscience Research Professor at Strathclyde university and explains the often misunderstood condition Schizophrenia with the view of alleviating common public misconception.

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Touch: The mother of all senses

The author talks about the importance of “Human to human touch” by way of massage and highlights the benefits for our physical, emotional and psychological well being.

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Say No! to toxic beauty standards

Waleed Shah captures a moment in the lives of these men and women with accompanying stories that zoom in on their insecurities and what they usually hid behind smiles and instagram filters.

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Go Dharmic’s Calls UK Public for Support On Relief Efforts For Ukraine Along The Borders And In Kyiv

Since the fighting in Ukraine began, a UK-based NGO, Go Dharmic, has been supporting evacuees from Ukraine, as well as those trapped within the country.

Read More
Back to the slopes.. Skating on thin ice for people with joint problems?

Mr Sean Curry, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at The London Orthopaedic Clinic at King Edward VII, gives his 5 top tips for getting into shape for the slopes and most importantly avoiding injury.

Read More
Yoga? It’s a family affair!

The author tries to dispel the myths surrounding who should participate in yoga and encourages all ages and socioeconomic groups to participate.

Read More
Breathwork to boost your immunity throughout Autumn / Winter

Nevsah Karamehmet explains the complexities of breathing properly and highlights the impact and benefits of good breath work for our health and well being.

Read More
You can’t ‘beet’ a good night’s sleep: Concentrated Beetroot juice can improve sleep

Dr. Harald Engan talks of a new study that identifies concentrated beetroot juice as helping with disturbed sleep in cases of COPD and explains the benefits to others suffering from insomnia.

Read More
Relieving anxiety with puzzles (plus five tips to help clear your mind and improve focus)

Dr. Andrea Furst discusses the benefits to mood by doing puzzles and offers a 5 point plan to boost mood and improve dopamine levels leading to a sense of achievement.

Read More
Do you want to make the return to your workplace a success? “Put people first”

The author identifies the different approaches to maintaining a healthy work balance and talks about leading good well being practices from management level to ensure that staff are listened to and encouraged leading to better staff well being,less absences and better productivity.

Read More
What do we know about Schizophrenia? More than you might think.

The author is a Neuroscience Research Professor at Strathclyde university and explains the often misunderstood condition Schizophrenia with the view of alleviating common public misconception.

Read More
Touch: The mother of all senses

The author talks about the importance of “Human to human touch” by way of massage and highlights the benefits for our physical, emotional and psychological well being.

Read More
Say No! to toxic beauty standards

Waleed Shah captures a moment in the lives of these men and women with accompanying stories that zoom in on their insecurities and what they usually hid behind smiles and instagram filters.

Read More
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