A nutritionist’s guide to reducing anxiety

Anxiety is a common mental health problem. Healthista spoke to nutritionist Rob Thorp to find out his advice on reducing anxiety naturally  Anxiety is an incredibly common disorder with one in six people experiencing symptoms in any given week in England. Most people experience symptoms that range from feeling worried and on edge to heart palpitations… Read More »

Pfizer vaccine efficacy drops in Israel as delta variant spreads

Pfizer vaccine efficacy drops in Israel amid rapid spread of Indian variant… but No10 insists two doses are still highly effective Health Ministry figures showed the jab blocked infections in 64 per cent of cases But before the Indian variant emerged it stopped disease in 94 per cent of cases Israeli officials said symptoms were… Read More »

Pilates Workout to Build Lung Capacity

“Breath work is the most important principle when it comes to overall fitness. Not only can it have a positive effect on your mental health, emotions, and reactions to stress and anxiety, it helps increase lung capacity, muscle activation, and performance.” is what Gia Calhoun, Pilates teacher and Vice President at Pilates Anytime believes in.… Read More »

How Long Does it Take for Botox to Work? 11 FAQs

Botox treatment for crow’s feet, forehead, and in between the eyebrows has hiked in popularity in the past decade, particularly in the last year. One reason for this has to be the increasing popularity of online dating and meeting apps that have put our faces on the display more than ever before. This article talks… Read More »

With ‘evolved’ treatment landscape, Merck pulls Keytruda’s FDA nod in third-line stomach cancer

Two months after a key FDA panel voted down Merck’s conditional nod for Keytruda as a third-line treatment for certain stomach cancer patients, the company says it’s pulling the plug on the indication.  Following consultation with the FDA, Merck on Thursday said it will voluntarily withdraw its U.S. accelerated approval for Keytruda as a third-line… Read More »

Too many Aussies are disengaged with their superannuation

Superannuation has been in the spotlight in Parliament as the Your Future, Your Super legislation was finally passed. Predictably, much of the important stuff was lost in the theatrics that go on in Parliament, but believe me, this is an important moment in Australia’s superannuation journey. There are three indisputable facts about our superannuation system.… Read More »