Living Fedhealthy

Are you a bleeder


Dispelling the misconceptions around haemophilia in time for World Haemophilia Day.

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High heel terror, don’t let them cost you your health

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High–heeled shoes and stilettos characterise femininity and beauty, making the wearer feel self-assured and elegant, but are they worth the consequences? Research has shown that 28% of woman never wears high heels as opposed to the 72% who do.

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Pain free posture


How you sit at your desk has a lot to do with your posture. You can improve your posture by following these simple steps.

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Busting colds and flu myths


No matter how many cold and flu seasons you have weathered in your life, chances are you’re still buying into some far-too-common illness myths!

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Cold & Flu Prevention Tips


A tickle in your throat? A cloudy head? An achy body? Yup, you’re coming down with something… Here’s how to stop a cold in its tracks.

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Happy holidays are healthy holidays

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During the holidays, yummy foods and tasty treats are everywhere! Kids are also generally more inactive, so It would be easy to let healthy eating habits slide, but holidays can be healthy!

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Asthma Triggers

Asthma Infographic

If you are suffering from asthma, and prone to an attack, knowing what your triggers are is very important, and may even reduce your chances of having an attack.

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Having a bad air day


Successful asthma management includes knowing the warning signs of an attack, avoiding things that may trigger an attack, and following the advice of your doctor.

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How Physical Health Affects Mental Health


The body’s physical and mental health is interconnected and cannot be separated from each other. One affects the other.

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How to keep those pearly whites even brighter!


Coffee, tea, wine and other foods discolour teeth over time. If you want that Hollywood sparkle, look into these whitening techniques.

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