Eating nutritious meals and enjoying regular exercise is the first step to a healthy lifestyle, but more and more people are introducing daily supplements and vitamins into their diet. Let’s take a look at the essential health supplements and vitamins and why you should consider taking them.
Thrush is a yeast infection that is common among women, and can cause soreness and itchiness around the vagina and the surrounding area. Thrush doesn't have to be a cause for embarrassment, Canesten products provide treatment in various forms to provide relief from the symptoms of vaginal thrush.
Despite the dangers, according to a 2014 review which involved 36,000 people over 19 different studies, up to 50% of us have taken somebody else’s prescription medication, which one in four people being willing to give their medication to their friends and family.
After overindulging in sweet treats, takeaways and fry-ups, there is nothing better than a detox to get your body back on track. A detox can help to take away the discomfort caused from overindulging such as feeling bloated, nauseated and sluggish. Here are the a few ways to detox from head to toe.
Everyone can suffer from indigestion at some point in their lives, whether it’s due to a spot of over-indulgence, or potentially a sign of an underlying health issue. You may feel a burning sensation in your chest, and this is caused by acid that moves up from your stomach and into your oesophagus.
If you are suffering from constipation, we have a number of products designed to help you improve your digestive health. If you want quick constipation relief, here is a run down of our top treatments that will alleviate any discomfort quickly and easily.
Health and safety should be a priority in every workplace, and every company should have a well-stocked first aid box in case an employee injures themselves at work. With this in mind, let’s take a look at the requirements of a first aid kit for business, what it should include, and who will administer the first aid.
Here in the UK we spent £27 million on over-the-counter treatments for head lice last year. Head lice are extremely common and are one of the main topics of customer conversation in pharmacies across the region.