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Health Tips for Motorcyclists

Every motorcyclist should take a moment to read through the information in this post. Regardless of how old you are or how much experience you might have of riding on US highways, there is a serious risk of injury if you mess around or fail to take our advice seriously. Nobody wants to end up in the hospital or be ... Read More »

How To Prevent Exposure To Asbestos

Asbestos is known by many people as a “silent killer”, because exposure to large quantities of these naturally-occurring silicate materials will eventually lead to mesothelioma, a type of cancer which affects the natural lining of your body’s internal organs. Image by Aaron Suggs (via Flickr). Used in hundreds of thousands of different products since the latter half of the 19th ... Read More »

How to Stay Fit and Healthy on a Cruise Holiday

Cruise holidays offer the perfect chance to relax, get away from it all and recharge your batteries. Passengers can look forward to the opportunity to be pampered and enjoy superb food and wine, together with some great entertainment. However, there is no need to fear putting on weight and getting out of shape, because cruises also offer plenty of opportunities ... Read More »

5 Things You Miss Out On as You Cycle on the Gym Bike

While a thorough workout is certainly an important element of a healthy lifestyle, many people complain that getting enough exercise is difficult when it means making time for gym sessions and finding motivation to workout solo under the fluoro lights of a crowded fitness centre. Well working workouts into your day needn’t be something to dread; in fact, if you ... Read More »

How to Avoid Constipation When Traveling

Traveling is supposed to be fun. But sometimes being away from home and traveling in a new environment can put extra pressure on our bowels, causing some of us to get constipation . This is both distressing and uncomfortable, and the last thing we want on our holiday. Luckily, there are some preventative measures we can take to minimise the ... Read More »

5 things to take with you on your mountain bike trip

A journey on a bicycle is an amazing experience. Not only is it an eco-friendly way to travel, it’s a true test of your willpower. Once you venture out, you are completely self-sufficient, an exciting concept that can easily tour sour if you are unprepared. Unpredictable changes in the weather, a tear in your tyre and a wrong turn in ... Read More »

How to Settle Back Into Everyday Life After Rehab

Rehabilitation gives former drug abusers a fresh start in life. Non 12-step Rehab programs offer medical detox and holistic methods of rehabilitation that allow people to feel completely clean after their treatments and be able to easily settle back into everyday life after rehab. It is important to remember that no matter how good you feel, just because you are clean doesn’t mean ... Read More »

Tips For Getting in The Best Shape of Your Life

How many times are we told that the best time to get in shape is in time for the summer or right after Christmas? Well, in reality there is never a better time to get in shape than right now! Whether you want to simply tone up a little, or you are looking to lose those few pounds that you ... Read More »

Overcome Isolation with Senior Dating

For some people, the problem of isolation in later life can become a serious obstacle which needs to be overcome. They may live in a rural setting where the bus service has proved uneconomic. They may have opted for the countryside and rural life in later years and have now found themselves trapped without personal transport.  Couples may have had ... Read More »

Google Launches A Healthcare Company

Picture from Flickr A few days ago Google sent out a press release detailing its latest project that will see the internet giant moving into the healthcare industry. To be honest, I did a double take when I saw the press release and wondered if it was some sort of joke, but over the last day or two I’ve been ... Read More »