Keeping Fit
Exercising during the cooler months can be super satisfying – especially when you’re stepping out on the front foot while most are still under the covers. But with the wintery conditions come a few hazards. Here are some precautions to take.
It’s Murphy’s Law that when the chemist is closed or you have a house full of guests, your child presents with a bee sting, a fever or a gash. But bad timing doesn’t have to spell panic if your medicine cabinet is stocked with these handy supplies.
Poor posture at the desk can cause all sorts of body issues, including back pain, muscle degeneration and even lowered metabolism. Here's how to set yourself up for better health.
When you’re flat out at home and at work, the last thing you need is a health setback to make it harder for you to get through the day. Look through this handy checklist and stock up on products that can help you stay on top of things.
Just Another Mother blogger, Rowena Newman, wonders whether it’s not the kids who pose the bigger threat to our health and safety…
Your tongue helps you hold and direct the food you eat, taste flavours and create sounds for speech. It may also help diagnose your health issues.
The common wisdom is that our reliance on technology – and smartphones in particular – will lead us all to our doom! But there’s another school of thought to suggest that ‘an app a day’ may be replacing ‘an apple a day’ as our shortcut to good health. Just Another Mother blogger, Rowena Newman, weighs up the arguments.
In a world where the physical, financial and cultural concoction known as Kim Kardashian is famous for being ‘real’, how can any woman feel good about how she looks – let alone any mother, with smudges of baby food on her shirtfront and crushed crackers at the bottom of her handbag?
After a long run like City2Surf, we have often pushed ourselves to our maximum fitness levels, and can sometimes want to take a break from running altogether for a period of time afterwards.
Fitting some exercise into your regular routine helps you manage your weight and supports your overall health. And taking some time out to slow down, regroup and settle that busy, buzzing mind can do wonders for your physical and psychological wellbeing.