Brits struggling to stay awake from staring at screens all day

Brits are struggling to keep their eyes open by 6pm – after staring at a variety of screens all day. Research into the impact of screen time on eyes revealed the average person looks at a gadget, TV or monitor for more than six hours a day. From scrolling through phones, to working at screens…

Top 40 excuses not to exercise revealed

Millions of adults have a 'fairweather' approach to fitness - with rain and cold temperatures among the top reasons for not taking regular exercise. The top 40 excuses for not working out also include finishing work too late, already having other plans and being hungover. Food clearly has an impact with one in 10 of…

‘Don’t get your knickers in a twist’, voted favourite British phrase

Researchers polled 2,000 adults to find out the most popular dialect sayings with 'Don't get your knickers in a twist' topping the list. Other beloved phrases include ‘a curtain twitcher’ – ‘a nosey person’, ‘it’s a dreich day’ – ‘a miserable day’ and ‘having a blether’ – ‘a chat’ or ‘a gossip’. But there are…

6 in 10 Brits think alien invasion is inevitable

Six in 10 Brits think an alien invasion is inevitable and 80 per cent have a plan to deal with it, according to research. The study of 2,000 adults revealed the hilarious things they'd do if aliens paid us a visit - including hiding under the bed, pretending to be out, or simply panicking. Other…

Frugal Fitness: Here are Simple Tips for Setting Up Your Own Home Gym

A gym subscription can be too much, and with the increase of online exercises from some of the best studio trainers, it is now much easier and inexpensive to build a strength and endurance studio from the luxury of your own house. Therefore, if you plan to cancel the monthly fitness plans and commit to…

How to Reduce Stress

Stress is unfortunately inevitable. There are going to be times in our lives that feel we get stressed and flustered, we can’t change that. Whether it be minor inconveniences or a massive crisis, it can be really overwhelming. Although it’s not completely avoidable, there are a series of things you can do to deal with…

Digital Health revenues to jump 34% and hit $177.5B by 2023

Although the COVID-19 pandemic put enormous pressure on the global healthcare sector, one of the promising side effects has been the rapid growth of digital health services. During the crisis, hospitals were facing the most challenging public health threat they have ever experienced. However, digital health has stepped in providing innovative and effective solutions for…

What Are Really the Most Effective Ways to Lose Weight?

When you want to lose weight you might feel inclined to try a crash course diet as you want to achieve results as quickly as possible, but essentially you need a little patience and determination to succeed. It can be all too tempting to follow the latest fad diet on Instagram by a supposed fitness…

6 in 10 Brits claim they are ‘rubbish at staying in touch’

Six in 10 Brits admit they are ‘rubbish’ at staying in touch with friends and family - taking days, weeks or even months to return calls and messages.   Research into 2,000 adults found a quarter said they never know what to say, while 19 per cent struggle to find the time. And for a…