We all want to lead healthy lives. Yet many of us struggle finding the time and energy to do so. After all, when time is tight, the effort we put into focusing on our health is usually the first thing that suffers. Here are 8 ways investing in your health can save you time.
The most significant factors contributing to good health are balanced nutrition and regular exercise. So how do you, as a parent, help your children develop these healthy habits from a young age?
Ready to make a change, know everything you should be doing, yet can’t seem to create momentum? Try these cognitive behaviour techniques and finally reach your weight loss and fitness goals!
With the recent hype of smoothies and juices taking over social media, nutrition posts, and many local shops and markets, one may wonder what the difference is, if any, between the two products. Let us look at some benefits and drawbacks of both.
Do you want to live a long life? What if you can fill that life with rich, high-quality years of activity and personal engagement?
Registered Dietitian, Natalie Siu-Mitton discusses natural strategies to help you get a restful sleep.
Ensuring your baby is getting the best nutrition possible can seem like a daunting task, so we’ve put together a guide to help you navigate your baby’s first year.
Planning an exotic vacation is fun, but before you do be sure to book a travel health consultation at Copeman.
Corporate health programs are no longer a perk, they are a necessity. Carefully placed investments in talent have consistently shown increases in employee engagement, retention and tighter cost containment.
Vaccines are extremely efficient in the fight against infection. Most vaccines produce immunity around 90 -100% of the time. A good example is the human papilloma virus vaccine which has an efficacy rate of 96.7%.