National Cholesterol Month 2015

National Cholesterol Month 2015
The Great Cholesterol Challenge aims to improve the nation’s health and increase awareness of cholesterol as well as raise funds for Heart UK, The Cholesterol Charity. To contribute to a healthy lifestyle, start eating the following... Read More...

Stress - Friend or Foe?

Stress - Friend or Foe?
Stress gets almost universal bad press. It is responsible for heart disease and its close relations of high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels. It worsens asthma, causes headaches and depression along with a whole host of gastrointestinal nasties such as IBS and heartburn. It is associated with worsening or increasing the risks of diabetes, obesity and Alzheimer’s disease. Read More...

"I can't run today because..."

"I can't run today because..."
Running is one of the best forms of exercise; it makes you feel great afterwards, it's free, you can do it anywhere, it burns more calories than any other mainstream activity and it can reduce the risk of heart disease, type 2 diabetes and a stroke. Read More...

5 Tricks to Help Form New Habits

5 Tricks to Help Form New Habits
If you've been thinking about starting a new habit like exercising, eating healthy, or flossing then this is the time to do it and find out how with these 5 tricks. Read More...

National Transplant Week: Ben Pott's Donor Story

National Transplant Week: Ben Pott's Donor Story
National Transplant Week is an annual campaign held every July (www.transplantweek.co.uk) that aims to educate people about the benefit of organ and tissue donation, and tackle the ‘I'll do it later’ mindset. To mark National Transplant Week, Kent-Teach would like to share Ben Pott's story a good friend of the team who did something heroic to save a life Read More...

30 Reasons to Cycle

30 Reasons to Cycle
Bike Week (13th -21st June) is an annual opportunity to promote cycling, and show how cycling can easily be part of everyday life by encouraging ‘everyday cycling for everyone’. Read More...
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