Weight is used every day to measure how heavy something is, but there’s more than one unit of measurements that’s used today.
Although they are both weighing machines, there is a difference between weighing scales and balances.
Your child's birth weight is one of the first things you'll be told when they are born - but not all babies weigh the same amount.
As obesity becomes an increasingly bigger problem in the UK, many steps are being taken to encourage people to take their health into their own hands.
‘How much should I feed my cat?’ is probably one of the questions that cat parents ask the most, along with, ‘what should I be feeding my cat?’.
With the recent surge in coronavirus, temperature screening has become commonplace in many businesses, schools, and care homes across the UK, and even the world.
It’s easy to assume that if your weight and your BMI are in a healthy range then you have nothing to worry about.
After having your first baby, you’re likely to have a lot of questions, especially regarding breastfeeding.
Keeping track of your inventory or stock count can prove difficult, especially if you stock small parts and pieces.
Whether you manage a gym, are a personal trainer, run a slimming group or a fitness class, it’s important to choose the right scale for you.
Professional baby weighing scales are vital for ensuring accurate and reliable weight measurements so that health professionals such as doctors and midwives are able to monitor a baby’s development and growth.
Although many people use the words ‘mass’ and ‘weight’ interchangeably, they are not the same thing!