Health & Fitness in the News – 15/11/2011

Exercise and Industry

1. Take quick steps to dancefloor fitness
Scottish Sunday Express

The return of Strictly Come Dancing has transformed Saturday night viewing but if you take a lead from the stars of the show you can transform your fitness too. Dance is the ultimate workout.

Scottish Sunday Express

2. Young mayor wants to make Leeds lead the way in keeping healthy
Leeds Council

Joe’s idea of creating ‘kids zones’ in public gyms got the highest number of votes out of the ten manifestos submitted from children across the city. This year, well over 3,000 votes were cast via the Breeze website and Leeds Learning Network.

Leeds Council

3. Bridal Bootcamp
Daily Mail

Preparing for a wedding is a stressful period for any bride, or groom for that matter. So when I was given the chance to attend a bridal bootcamp just one week before my big day, I jumped at the opportunity.

Daily Mail

Health & Lifestyle

1. Ministers ‘must release’ secret NHS report
The Telegraph

Ministers must hand over a secret report on the risks of the NHS reforms ahead of a key debate in the Lords, Andy Burnham Shadow Health Secretary has said.

The Telegraph

2. Health spin doctor joins Asda… The supermarket that backed her £250m anti-obesity drive
Daily Mail

A former breakfast TV presenter was at the centre of a conflict of interest row last night after moving from a high-powered Whitehall job to a lucrative position with Asda, which worked with her on a Government campaign.

Daily Mail