by Mya Bollan Boris Johnston’s strict rules to tackle spread of coronavirus allow people to leave their homes once a day to exercise. The Prime Minister last night announced that the country is facing a “national emergency” and new rules … Continue reading Healthy at Home: Is exercise essential during lockdown?
Scots care workers smoke and drink more than was initially thought, a new survey reveals. Now university boffins are calling for increased support to encourage a healthy lifestyle. Research conducted by Edinburgh Napier University studied the lifestyles of 813 care workers and discovered that less than 20% ate five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. There are urgent calls for more support to be offered for care workers, after a new study today reveals many smoke and drink more than the recommended guidelines as well as not exercising enough or not at all. Head of population and public health … Continue reading New Research Shows Alcohol Abuse Among Scots Carers
By Amy McGhee THERE should be more trained professionals able to deal with diabetes sufferers who also suffer from mental health, according to Diabetes Scotland. New research out today has discovered that two thirds of people in Scotland who are … Continue reading More trained professionals needed for diabetes sufferers
By Olivia Ogilvie Coming soon to Ayr station is an Active Travel Hub – one of the first in Scotland. This will promote a more active form of travel for commuters, students and tourists such as walking and cycling. The … Continue reading Active travel hub coming soon to Ayr