As the cold winter nights draw in, we thought it time to investigate the best destinations to escape to warmer climates. We start this series with the Caribbean island of Jamaica! What warmer way to enjoy November than to visit Jamaica! Captivating, lively and English speaking: Jamaica is a popular destination among Brits looking for Read More
Stress seems to be more common than the common cold (and that even has common its name!) these days, but simply ensuring that you are aware that you have become stressed is the first step towards beating it. Spot the Symptoms. Stress can manifest itself differently for different people so find out how it surfaces in Read More
This year seems to be the summer of sport – what with London 2012 and Wimbledon, to name but two. However, we know that not all of you are the sporty kind and the thought of indulging in a game of tennis or even watching it might fill you with dread. Therefore, as 21st to 29th July is Love Parks Week’ we instead decided to write a blog about how just getting outside, and out of the house, can really help improve your health – and could be the perfect excuse for a lovely holiday abroad for you and your family to explore the great outdoors!
We decided to write this blog post because we know that actually preparing for a holiday can be pretty stressful – we have all been there! Regardless of whether you have been waiting all year for your annual holiday, booked a last minute getaway or are preparing for a short break, it’s worth taking a little extra time to really make sure you have everything covered before you depart.
This month is all about sleeping, a topic that is probably close to lots of people’s hearts. That is because March is National Bed Month – an annual event run by the Sleep Council.
More than one in 10 Brits will be heading abroad during the London Olympics specifically to avoid the sporting event, according to research commissioned by ABTA.
Malaria. It’s a word that we cannot escape thinking about it when planning an exotic holiday – maybe a safari in Kenya or sightseeing in India. The good news is that Malaria is almost completely preventable when the right precautions are taken.
So New Zealand is the location of the Rugby World Cup 2011, but there are plenty of other reasons that people visit this country – not least to enjoy the many outdoor pursuits that are available. So we thought that we would devote this blog to the landscape of New Zealand and what is on offer there.
Exercise is a ‘wonder drug’ for cancer survivors and may prevent the disease returning, according to Macmillan Cancer Support Physical activity could also benefit those undergoing treatment for cancer. Macmillan say doctors should prescribe exercise rather than telling patients to rest.
The Rugby World Cup is being held in New Zealand this year. It would be an amazing experience to be there. Are you are lucky enough to be going to the World Cup, rather than simply watching on television? There is one problem though – the distance you will be travelling to get to the World Cup could raise some particular travel health considerations.