Children Health & Safety

Having a healthy child is important for any parent, but infections and injuries are bound to happen along the way. For help identifying and treating common health problems and to determine when to see a doctor, use our guide.

You will find plenty of advice on common illnesses to help you through. We also look at behavioural problems such as bedwetting and ADHD.

1. Weight loss diet plan

As the saying goes, moderation in all things. the reason most diets and weight loss plans fail is because they are unsustainable. You might start off with the best of intentions, a new gym membership and an 800 calorie a day intake but if you set yourself.

  • Healthy menu choices when eating out
  • Diet and nutrition facts
  • Workout for weight loss

2. My health check

Doctors and nurses are busy people, which means we've all had experiences where the service we get falls short of our expectations.

  • Health protection legislation
    The Department of Health and the Health       Protection Agency.
  • The wider healthcare team
    those working as part of the wider health       care team have less contact with patients.

3. Exercise improve memory

Ideally, you should engage in moderate exercise for 30 minutes every day. Moderate exercise includes taking the dog for a walk.

using the stairs or going for a walk in your lunch hour.You can do the 30 minutes in one go or divide it up into a few manageable blocks.

  • How can I increase activity levels?
  • How do I know if it's working?
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