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Be digitally healthy

18th September, 2017 International Health Insurance , Expat Life , Health Insurance

What does the future look like for international health insurance in the UAE? Our Chief Commercial Officer Damian Delaney gives his views in a joint blog published in the Middle East Insurance Review.

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Five top travel vaccination tips

16th August, 2017 Expat Life , International Health Insurance , Medical Advice , Living Abroad , Health Insurance

It’s easy to overlook your health when you’re caught up in the excitement of planning your next trip abroad. However it’s important to be aware of the viruses and infectious diseases that you may be exposed to when you travel, particularly when visiting those parts of the world with higher risks, and take the appropriate precautions.

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As doubts are raised over the benefits of flossing, how else can you keep your teeth healthy?

10th November, 2016 Expat Life

Flossing has long been considered a method to use to keep your teeth healthy. However, over the years, there has been more and more doubt cast over the effectiveness of this approach.

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Staying healthy while on holiday

28th October, 2016 Expat Life

There is nothing worse than getting back from a vacation to discover you have put on a stone in weight! From ice creams to cocktails, it is so easily done. However, it is important to stay healthy while on vacation. This does not mean you have to follow a strict exercise and healthy eating plan, but we have put together a few tips that will ensure you stay healthy during your holiday.

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Guide to HIIT Training

5th October, 2016 Expat Life

HIIT is short for high-intensity interval training, which is a workout technique that has become exceptionally popular as of late. HIIT involves intense, quick bursts of exercise, which involve the participant going all out and giving one hundred per cent. This is then followed by a short recovery period. The recovery period may be active, but it will be at a much slower pace. So, why have we all gone mad for HIIT? And, does it work? Read on to discover more.

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How to stay motivated while trying to lose weight

26th August, 2016 Expat Life

One of the most difficult things about trying to lose weight is staying motivated. We all have challenging days during diets, and it is important to know some techniques that you can use to overcome them. The first few weeks are often the hardest, and once you get through this, you should find it a lot easier. With that being said, read on for some top tips on how to stay motivated while trying to lose weight.

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Exercises you can do at home without any equipment

27th June, 2016 Expat Life

Not everyone has the time or the want to go to the gym, nor do they have the space at home or the money to invest in expensive gym equipment. But, this does not mean you have to go out for a run or that you can’t exercise.

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10 Foods you didn’t know were bad for your body

13th June, 2016 Expat Life

We all know that fried foods, takeaways, and cakes aren’t good for our bodies. But, there are some foods out there that seem to have been designed to fool us. Could you be consuming something without realising that it is actually bad for you?

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Exercise mistakes that are stopping you from getting the most from your workout

10th June, 2016 Expat Life

Do you exercise regularly but you’re failing to see the results you had hoped for? There is nothing more discouraging than dedicating the time to working out, yet not seeing the results when you hop on the scales or look in the mirror.

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Taking the sting out of healthcare abroad

12th May, 2016 Expat Life , Medical Advice , Health Insurance , Living Abroad

The only thing worse that getting sick, is getting sick in a foreign country. But falling ill abroad isn’t the end of the world if you’ve done your homework and know what to do.

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