health

Found 3 posts tagged with ‘health’.


Smoking ban in public places

Jul 1st, 2009 Posted in News | Read the full story

Greece, the EU's heaviest smoking nation, starting from today, July 1st, is introducing a smoking ban in hospitals, schools, vehicles and all public places. Small cafes and restaurants with premises measuring less than 70 square meters may choose either to be tobacco free or to admit only smokers but no ...


Are you exposing yourself to enough sunshine for vitamin D?

Are you exposing yourself to enough sunshine for vitamin D?

Posted in Featured | Read the full story

According to a new study sunshine might help you live longer and for some people the health benefits possibly outweigh the skin cancer risk of skin cancer. Researchers are suggesting that because people have become frightened of getting skin cancers they are avoiding the sunshine, but sunshine offers one of ...


Sunbath health risks.

Aug 7th, 2007 Posted in News | Read the full story

The charity Cancer Research UK polled almost 400 sun worshippers and found 90% were aware of the health risks. And 40% thought burning their skin was simply an inevitable part of the tanning process. The charity warns that getting badly sunburned doubles the risk of developing skin cancer. Skin cancer ...