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Kat Tate

Kat Tate

Kat Tate is a global nomad, writing her way around the world. She loves unearthing unique stories, and making connections with new people and places. Former ntpages editor, Kat blogs about health, happiness and all things wellness

Recent articles by Kat Tate

Eat an Apple for Bowel Cancer Awareness

Jun 3, 2019

Learn more about how beneficial eating apples is for fighting cancer. And more information about this year's Bowel Cancer Awareness Month & Red Apple Day 2019.

Going Veggan, Not Vegan & the Controversy Surrounding This New Diet Trend

May 22, 2019

Learn what being veggan is, which basically are vegans eating eggs, and the whole controversy about this new diet trend of vegganism.

What is Social Prescribing?

May 15, 2019

Find out what is social prescribing, its different benefits and how social prescribing works.

Can Stress Actually Kill You?: No According to a Research Study

May 13, 2019

A recent research study about stress reveals if stress can actually kill you and how can stress affect the body.

What is Spelt Bread?

May 6, 2019

Find out more about spelt bread and its many health benefits that can help you with your daily dietary allowance.

How Walkable is Your Suburb?: Health & Suburb Living

Apr 26, 2019

A new study shows that living in a walkable suburb have health effects to a person, which means where you live determines your health.

Natural Therapies for Kids

Apr 24, 2019

Discover the different natural therapy suitable for kids, including play therapy, art therapy and child counselling.

5 Tips for Healthy Hips

Apr 17, 2019

Learn more about hip dysplasia, its symptons and what you can do to maintain healthy hips.

Study: Does Vitamin D Deficiency Cause Autism?

Apr 8, 2019

A new study published shows a very close link between vitamin D deficiency & autism and how it can be prevented from pregnancy.

Study: Do Contraceptive Pills Affect Your Wellbeing?

Apr 5, 2019

A recent contraceptive pill study reveals taking oral pills actually affect women's wellbeing, plus other side effects on their health.

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