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Women's Health UK

Women's Health UK

January 2020

Women’s Health is the first UK magazine to bring you health, beauty, fitness, fashion, weight loss, food & sex, all wrapped up in one super-glossy lifestyle title

United Kingdom
Hearst Magazines UK
Les mer
11 Utgaver


4 min.
welcome to women’s health

You can call us many things, but meek we are not. In fact, at Women’s Health, we’ll never steer away from important topics simply because they’re tricky or controversial. On a personal level, I’m one of the most honest and direct (some would probably argue blunt) people you’ll ever meet, so as head of this very influential brand, it’s my job to ensure we present facts, scientific findings and the honest opinions of some of the health industry’s most well-respected experts, even if that information won’t please everyone. One person who doesn’t fear backlash over what she might say is Jillian Michaels. Proudly predating most Instagram fitness stars, she was on TV screens when many of you were teenagers, preaching her message about how to achieve a healthy lifestyle, and I…

2 min.
women’s health

Editor-In-Chief Claire Sanderson Deputy Editor Victoria Joy Creative Director Adam Gerrard Production Editor Victoria Rudland Acting Managing Editor/Picture Director Frankie Hill WORDS Features Director Nikki Osman Deputy Chief Sub Editor James Brown Beauty Editor Perdita Nouril Junior Fitness Editor Kirsti Buick Senior Editor Roisín Dervish-O’Kane FASHION Fashion Director Saskia Quirke Fashion Assistant Abigail Buchanan VISUALS Art Editor Nathalie Bates Junior Designer Florence Ogram Picture Assistant Eliot Brittain DIGITAL Digital Editor Amy Lane Social Media Editor Francesca Menato Digital Beauty & Health Editor Claudia Canavan Digital Fitness Writer Morgan Fargo CO-CONSPIRATORS Colin Beagley Charlotte Daly Don Flood Lily Ford Carla Guler Ian Harrison Véronique Hawksworth Anna Hayes Philip Haynes Michael Hedge Georgia Howes April Kennedy Aaron Martinez Ben Mounsey-Wood Emily Murphy Ellis Parrinder Emily Pritchard Lisa Sheehan Mini Smith Amanda Statham Eleanor Turner Tom Watkins Managing Director, Health & Fitness Alun Williams Brand Development Director Jane Shackleton Senior Marketing Executive Philippa Turner CLIENT DIVISION Managing Director, Beauty Jacqui Cave Managing Director, Fashion & Luxury Jacqueline Euwe Director of Health & Sport Andrea Sullivan Director of Travel Denise Degroot Director of Motors Jim Chaudry Director of Watches & Jewellery Anna O’Sullivan Director of Finance Peter Cammidge Client Direct Director, Health & Lifestyle Natasha Bailey Client Direct Director, Fashion & Beauty Emma Barnes Client Manager, Fitness Victoria Slessar AGENCY DIVISION Chief Agency Officer Jane…

1 min.
don’t fret, play tetris

• ‘Aidan is typing…’ Oh, that nerves-inducing period between the blue ticks and a bloody response, much like the night before exam results or the few minutes that inch by while a pregnancy test cooks. You need a distraction, which University of California researchers believe you’ll find in a game of Tetris; you know, the retro block-rotating-and-stacking game. They reached their conclusion after telling participants they were about to be rated on their physical attractiveness (yes, really) and left them to play Tetris in the meantime. They were split into three subgroups and played the game at different levels: easy, hard and adaptive, where the difficulty increases as the player’s skills improve. Only the adaptive group were distracted enough from the impending results to reach a focused, energised, ain’t-got-no-time-for-Aidan flow…

2 min.
news you can use

In grape health A new study* suggests that a regular glass of red will boost the diversity of your gut bacteria. That’s not an excuse to mainline the Merlot – you only need one glass a fortnight to reap the gut gains. HEART HEALTH HOTEL Holidays are good for your heart – confirmed. New research* has found that the more holidays employees take, the lower their risk for metabolic syndrome – the risk factors for cardiovascular disease. What’s more, with each extra holiday taken, the risk decreased by nearly a quarter. Reason enough to use up your annual leave. MIGHTY CHONDRIA Bear with us while we talk mitochondria for a minute. They’re the powerhouses of your cells, and now scientists have found that stress can alter the ones in your brain cells. Further study could…

1 min.
the to-do list

READ | THE SELF-CARE COOKBOOK Out 12 December (£14.99, Vermilion) Plant-based chef Gemma Ogston shares her how-to for nurturing your mind and body through a thoroughly wholesome plate. Come for the stunning cover, stay for the pearls of wellness wisdom. LISTEN | DEAR JOAN AND JERICHA PODCAST Series two has just dropped, Acast The fictional and raucously inappropriate agony aunts are back. Expect NSFW anecdotes, hysterical asides and the most questionable advice you’ve ever heard. DO | VEGANUARY Throughout January, veganuary.com Last year, over 250,000 people took the plunge and committed to swerving the meat and dairy aisles. Ready to take on the challenge? Go online for a starter pack containing all the help you need.…

3 min.
is it okay to exercise if i have a cold?

• Setbacks a good workout can, if not fix, alleviate somewhat: a bad meeting, a spat with your partner, a mild hangover. But actual illness? The cost:benefit ratio is harder to call. Yes, you may get that unique buzz afterwards, but will you just extend your cold’s snotty shelf life? ‘The best way to tell whether it’s safe to train or not is the neck check,’ says exercise scientist and physiologist William Alexander. ‘If your symptoms are confined to above the neck – such as a sore throat and a runny or blocked nose – you should be okay to train.’ However, if you have aching muscles, a chesty cough, diarrhoea or a fever, give it a miss. Fighting off flu or another infection means your immune system is already…