The nights are getting shorter, the days are getting warmer and summer is just around the corner. This year get out and about, explore a bit more and improve your health and well-being at the same time, by going along to some of the Ranger Service events. The Rangers’ 2015 Summer Programme launches at Easter, with a mix of family favourites and new events for you to try across Aberdeenshire.
Whether you’re a football fan or not, Aberdeen Football Club Community Trust may well have something for you. It is an independent charity with football and non-football objectives, including Health & Wellbeing, Equality & Inclusion, Good Citizenship and Learning
FOOTBALL CENTRE AT MACKIE ACADEMY
The Trust is running a Football Centre at Mackie Academy on Thursdays 4-6pm Read the rest of this entry »
“Walking is Man’s best medicine” Hippocrates Greek Physician (460 BC – 377 BC)
Guest blog by Fiona Murray, Public Health Coordinator for Kincardine & Mearns, NHS Grampian
When we ask ourselves what makes the biggest difference to our health there are a range of responses that come to mind Read the rest of this entry »
We all know that optimum health comes from an optimum diet. But what does that mean?
Well, it simply means cutting the bad stuff out and eating more of the good stuff. But, even in simple terms like that, it can still be impossible to know where to start. Our choices are mainly down to habit, so here’s a few new ones to start!
- Eat more fruit. Easy right? Add fruit toppings to your breakfast, have a fruit salad or get the smoothie bug! Green ones, red ones, pink ones – there’s fruit to suit any colour scheme! Try these simple recipes for a delicious boost of vitamins.