April 23 2018
For the percentage of the population tortured by the nocturnal rumblings of a partner, snoring is no joke but their whistling, clicking, rolling thunder can tell you a great deal about a person’s health and it may also point the way to a silent night.
April 19 2018
It’s set to be a scorcher this Sunday, and while most of us will be pulling out the BBQ, over 40,000 people will be putting on their running shoes to take part in the 2018 London Marathon.
April 12 2018
We all experience stress from time to time, in fact it’s perfectly normal, but stress that overwhelms us and leaves us tense, unable to concentrate or vulnerable to illness, is what we need to look out for and learn how to manage better this Stress Awareness Month.
March 12 2018
A new study of more than one million people with dementia in France has raised further concerns about the part alcohol may play in the development of early onset dementia.
February 26 2018
Pharmacists are healthcare experts who can give you clinical advice, right there and then. What’s more, if symptoms suggest it’s more serious, pharmacists are well placed to help you get the assistance you need.
February 15 2018
A reluctance to talk about organ donation is contributing to a deadly shortage of organs, leaving families to make a difficult decision when someone they love dies.
February 12 2018
As the most romantic day of the year approaches, an expert in men’s health is urging partners everywhere to show their love by encouraging men to take care of their bodies.
February 9 2018
Often thought of as a condition which affects the over-50s, or one that rock stars get following a lifetime’s exposure to loud noise, research has shown that one child in 30 has clinically significant tinnitus.
February 7 2018
It may not feel like it but spring is just around the corner. It is now time to think about how you can capitalise on the health and wellbeing benefits nature can bring for people living with dementia, and the people who care for them.
January 31 2018
According to an answer to a recent Parliamentary question, more than 75,500 people who were admitted to hospital in 2017 had a primary or secondary diagnosis of vitamin D deficiency. Six years earlier that number had been just 10,000.