I'm an organic girl!

Organic living guru Jo Wood has been a leading figure in the natural health world for many years. The former wife of Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood has her own range of organic bodycare products and is a passionate campaigner for environmental causes. Jo, 62, was inspired to turn her health around after being misdiagnosed with the inflammatory bowel condition Crohn’s disease in 1989.

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Happy, healthy holidays

Many of us look forward to jetting away somewhere hot and sunny during the summer for a well-earned break. But, staying healthy when you are away from home isn’t always easy. Don’t let potential holiday hazards such as digestive health issues, jetlag or sunburn get in the way of your enjoyment. Our expert tips are sure to help!

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Itching to get better

Eczema is a chronic problem that manifests as a rash, intense itching, dry, thickened skin, skin crusts and even blisters. It can cause huge distress, especially in young children. A study by The University of Edinburgh, Manchester and Nottingham, looked at the incidence of eczema between 2001 and 2005 and found a 40 per cent increase of new cases.

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Man power

In line with Men’s Health week, we take a look at some of the best foods and supplements to support men’s health naturally

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Independent health store advice on joint health

Looking for advice on natural health and wellbeing? Your local independent health store can offer a wealth of knowledge and expertise. This month we speak to Tracey Malcolm, owner at Tullivers Health Shop in York.

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The next level

If you’re looking to transform your body and your fitness routine, but don’t know where to start, a personal trainer could help to put you on the right track. Even the most seasoned gym-goer could benefit from some guidance and input from a professional.

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Smooth operator

It’s now or never ladies, it’s time to tame those leg hairs and get your pins looking good ready for summer skirts and dresses. When shaving after a period of hair growth, it’s best to avoid a dry shave which can irritate the skin and quench it of moisture. The effect is generally a bobbly leg – red and sore from the scrape of the razor blade. Not what you want.

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