Should brands be doing things differently when it comes to promoting healthy lifestyles?

I’m all for brands stepping up in the wellness game. With staggering statistics like 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 10 children facing mental health challenges annually in England, the need for support is undeniable. And it’s not just me saying it—73% of consumers believe brands should be embracing wellness as part of their core mission and a whopping 66% think brands will need a wellness component to survive in the future.

Wellness isn’t just about slapping a fancy claim on a product and calling it a day. It’s about making a genuine difference in people’s lives. It’s about fostering healthier habits, promoting self-care, and nurturing overall well-being — physical, mental, social, and purpose-driven wellness. It’s just as applicable to a yoga brand as it to a Bank, people need financial wellness too. But only 46% of people feel like brands are actually helping them prioritise their wellness.

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Embracing Health and Vitality in the Golden Years

In a society that often perpetuates stereotypes about aging and physical decline, a fitness revolution is taking place among the elderly. Seniors across the globe are challenging preconceived notions and embracing a proactive approach to health and well-being through senior-focused workouts. This article explores the evolving landscape of elderly fitness, highlighting the importance of breaking stereotypes and promoting a vibrant, active lifestyle for the older generation.

Redefining Aging: A New Era for Senior Fitness

Traditionally, aging has been associated with a gradual decline in physical abilities, leading to stereotypes that paint a picture of sedentary lifestyles and diminished vitality among the elderly. However, a paradigm shift is underway as seniors shatter these stereotypes, recognizing the immense benefits of staying physically active well into their golden years.

Fitness experts and healthcare professionals now emphasize the importance of tailored workout programs for seniors. These programs address the unique needs and

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Aviva Research Highlights Need for Greater Awareness of Healthy Lifestyles and Cancer Prevention

Aviva Research Highlights Need for Greater Awareness of Healthy Lifestyles and Cancer Prevention

(IN BRIEF) New research by Aviva reveals that there is still a need to raise awareness about the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle in cancer prevention. Over half of those surveyed hope cancer won’t happen to them, and 20% admit to not taking any steps to reduce their risk of developing cancer and other serious illnesses. While 42% of respondents claim to lead a healthy lifestyle, many engage in healthy behaviors such as balanced diet, regular exercise, weight management, sun protection, and reduced sugar intake. However, nearly seven in ten acknowledge that there’s more they could do. The research also shows that concerns about various types of cancer have prompted visits to GPs, highlighting the importance of early detection and awareness.

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HONOR PH inks partnership with Philippine Heart Center, aims to raise awareness on Heart Health

“HONOR Your Heart” is HONOR Philippines Valentine’s Campaign promoting Heart Health

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HONOR Philippines recently announced its partnership with the Philippine Heart Center and Jump Manila in pursuit of raising awareness on Heart Health this love month.

Dubbed “HONOR Your Heart: A fund-raising jump rope workout for Philippine Heart Center by HONOR Philippines in partnership with Jump Manila” aimed to raise funds for the beneficiaries of the Philippine Heart Center and promote education about heart health through a jump rope workout.

The event is open to the public and will take place on February 11 at the Ayala Triangle Gardens. Interested joiners can sign up here:, and the first 100 to sign up will receive an exclusive HONOR X9b 5G x Jump Manila jump rope and a Dri-fit muscle tee!

“While HONOR X9b 5G champions durability, we, at HONOR, also promote active and holistic healthy lifestyle. This also sets our

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To help prevent cancer, eat healthy, exercise, and quit smoking, says Valley Regional Hospital | Health And Fitness

CLAREMONT, N.H. — Make a New Year’s resolution to quit smoking but already picked up a new pack? Or how about you switched from sugary snacks to carrot sticks and back again? This February, in honor of National Cancer Prevention Month, try again. After all, these small lifestyle changes can make a lifetime of a difference.

“Other important cancer prevention methods are eating a healthy diet with whole grains, fruits and vegetables, and maintaining a healthy weight,” said Christen Emerson, an RN Clinical Coordinator for Valley Regional Hospital’s Oncology and Infusion Suite.

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Get Healthy Carson City: Heart disease top cause of death in women

The heart truth is that heart disease is the leading cause of death in women of all ages, races, and shapes and sizes in the United States. But women sometimes experience heart disease differently than men. Healthy eating and physical activity go a long way to preventing heart disease and keeping it from getting worse if you already have it.

There is good news. You have the power to take action and lower your chance of developing heart disease and its risk factors. Start today. Make a commitment to find out your risk for heart disease and take steps toward a heart-healthy lifestyle.

To have a healthy heart, it is critical to know the risk factors for heart disease — that is, the behaviors or conditions that increase your chance of developing heart disease. Having just one risk factor increases your chance of developing heart disease, and your risk

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What does it mean to be healthy? Berkshire health experts break it down | Local News

New Year’s Day is in the rearview mirror and with it are many resolutions for a healthier version of ourselves. That is, if we even remembered to create those goals. 

However, it’s important to put them into perspective. The Eagle spoke with Maureen Daniels, Berkshire Health Systems director of wellness and community health, as well as Dr. Rebecca Caine, a primary care provider of Berkshire Internists of Berkshire Medical Center, to provide guidance on how to create achievable goals and clarify what it means to be healthy.

How do we come up with a resolution? When do we know it’s time to change something?

“I think the opportunity comes when what we’re doing is no longer working for us,” Daniels said. “This might be the opportunity to take a pause, ‘What am I doing? Is this working for me?’”

Daniels and Caine agree that sometimes a resolution is a result

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Who is Titi Bello from Ori Lifestyle on Dragons Den?

Businesswoman Titiolami Bello is among the entrepreneurs looking for investment on season 21 of Dragon’s Den.

Here we take a look at Titi, her business Ori Lifestyle — and why she felt it was necessary to set it up.

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Who is Titi Bello of Ori Lifestyle?

Titiolami Bello, 45, from Hertfordshire, England, is the founder of hair health company Ori Lifestyle.

In an interview with Business Leader, she said the best piece of advice she ever received was: “Nobody is coming to save you, discover you or rescue you. Take full responsibility for you.”

Titi says she prefers to work through her lunch hour, but takes breaks when required.

The entrepreneur

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Even With Alzheimer’s Pathology, Healthy Lifestyles May Preserve Cognition

Cognitive function was better for older adults with healthy lifestyles even if they had Alzheimer’s or other dementia-related pathologies, autopsy data showed.

A 1-point increase in a healthy lifestyle score was associated with better cognitive performance proximate to death (β=0.216, P<0.001), reported Klodian Dhana, MD, PhD, of Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, and co-authors.

After adjusting for beta-amyloid load, healthy lifestyle scores remained independently associated with cognition (β=0.191, P<0.001), the researchers reported in JAMA Neurology.

Similarly, scores were independently associated with cognition after adjusting for phosphorylated tau tangle pathology (β=0.196, P<0.001) or global Alzheimer’s disease pathology (β=0.193, P<0.001). Lifestyle scores ranged from 0 to 5 points, with higher scores indicating a healthier lifestyle.

“There are a lot of epidemiological studies, including ours, supporting the role of lifestyle in dementia risk,” Dhana told MedPage Today. “However, as individuals age, there is a progressive accumulation

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Do lifestyle habits affect health insurance premiums, here’s what you need to know

The increasing expenses associated with healthcare and health insurance pose significant worries for individuals globally. For many, the financial strain of healthcare can be daunting, potentially overwhelming them. Elevated costs may further restrict access to essential care, especially for those with lower incomes and families. Such limitations can worsen pre-existing health disparities, contributing to avoidable health issues. Additionally, the financial strain related to healthcare can adversely affect mental well-being, giving rise to anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.

Amidst the surge in healthcare expenses, individuals must assume responsibility for their well-being and adeptly navigate the intricacies of health insurance. Emphasizing a positive and proactive perspective involves comprehending the connection between lifestyle choices and health insurance premiums. This knowledge empowers individuals to make informed decisions, ultimately benefiting both their health and financial well-being.

While some health conditions may be beyond your control, certain self-cultivated lifestyle habits can negatively

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