One of the key areas of concern both for conception and during pregnancy is the health of your gums.
Morning breath (halitosis) can be unpleasant and it probably isn’t the way you want to greet your partner, or the day.
Come along and meet the team, have a chat with Dr Rachel Hall holistic dentist and discover why we are so passionate about dentistry, health and the environment.
Exercise doesn’t have to hurt you just need to keep active.
I believe a healthy smile should indicate a healthy mouth and a healthy body.
The New Year is just around the corner and it's a time when many people start planning ahead by making their resolutions for the coming months.
It is a time of year when many people feel tired, stressed and pressured. Including myself!
Being stressed impacts on your health and wellbeing.
We traditionally are taught to think of the brain or the ‘head’ as being the intelligence of the body, communicating with the body and telling it what to do.
Cold and flu season is here and it's going to be a bad one this year. Is your body in shape to fight off viruses and fend off germs that could make you sick?
Coffee, is it good or bad for us? Well according to the research and media reports, one day it is then another day it isn’t, so which is it?
For those of you with keen eyes you will have noticed the invite alongside our Blog page to like Evolve Dental Healing on Facebook.
Most people when asked about Vitamin D know that it has something to do with bones and calcium but guess what Vitamin D does so much more than that.
More and more, patients with high blood pressure show up to doctor and cardiologist appointments carrying bags full of “natural” products that they hope will help lower their blood pressure.
According to a new investigation, the majority of women in the UK drastically underestimate the seriousness of lung cancer...
Global governments must get tough on obesity and take more action including the introduction of a junk food tax if the obesity crisis is going...
Smokers are much more likely to report problems with persistent musculoskeletal pain than non-smokers, according to a new study reported in the Journal of Pain, published by the American Pain Society.