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  1. Work out in your garden this spring

    Posted 1st October 2019 by BHC Team

    Did you know your garden can double as a gym? It’s a perfect space for exercise – lots of fresh air and sunlight while digging over the soil to the rhythm of birdsong–and there are no fees!...

  2. If you want to get pregnant, timing is everything

    Posted 29th July 2018 by VARTA

    If you are trying for a baby, to increase your chances of conceiving, it helps to know when you are at your most fertile, and when is the best time to have sex...

  3. Eat a rainbow

    Posted 21st June 2016 by BHC Team

    The vibrant colours of fruit and vegetables provide their own unique health benefits...

  4. How to quit smoking for good

    Posted 16th May 2016 by BHC Team

    It takes a smoker an average of five to ten attempts to successfully quit smoking. But with good strategies and perseverance, giving up should be an attainable goal for everyone...

  5. Friday on my mind

    Posted 8th November 2019 by BHC Team

    We take a look at why the weekly Friday is a favourite for so many people, and how to keep that feeling going into the weekend...

  6. Fertility week 2018

    Posted 16th October 2018 by Your fertility

    Does that first Friday night beer bring sperm health to your mind? I bet it doesn’t. Although now it might. You’re welcome. October 15 – 21 is Fertility Week 2018 and the message is...

  7. Autumn is here - make the switch to seasonal foods

    Posted 21st March 2018 by BHC Team

    Summer is now in the past. After countless barbecues, celebratory lunches and dinners, the holiday season can take its toll on our healthy eating habits. Now we are moving into autumn, we can...

  8. Alcohol, hangovers, beer-bellies - how to party safely

    Posted 29th December 2017 by BHC Team

    How to celebrate without overdoing it...

  9. The chemicals in your home and pregnancy

    Posted 11th October 2017 by VARTA

    Studies show that a particular group of chemicals called endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) can affect sperm and egg quality and, therefore, a person’s chance of having a baby. Simple changes can...