‘No Safe Level of Drinking’ According to New Guidelines

January 8th, 2016
‘No Safe Level of Drinking’ According to New Guidelines

New guidelines have been issued on alcohol, cutting the recommended drinking limits and saying there is no safe level for drinking. Chief medical officers in the UK say that new studies have shown any amount of alcohol can increase cancer risk. The latest advice says women and men who regularly drink should not consume more […]

UK Report Predicts Link Between Rise in Cancer Cases and Obesity

January 7th, 2016
UK Report Predicts Link Between Rise in Cancer Cases and Obesity

A UK report has predicted that extra cases of cancer may be linked to increasing levels of unhealthy weights and obesity within the next 20 years. Experts say that nearly three out of four adults are likely to be obese or overweight in 2035 if the current trends continue. The report comes from the Cancer […]

GP Surgeries in England Close Their Doors to New Patients

January 6th, 2016

A BBC investigation has revealed that a growing number of GP practices in England are closing their doors to new patients due to a lack of resources. A Freedom of Information request made by the BBC revealed that more than 100 GP surgeries across the country applied to stop accepting new patient applications in 2014/2015 […]

Could Regular Workouts Prevent Prostate Cancer from Spreading?

January 6th, 2016
Could Regular Workouts Prevent Prostate Cancer from Spreading?

Researchers at Sheffield Hallam University are teaming up with Cancer Research UK to determine whether there is a link between frequent exercise and a lower risk of metastatic prostate cancer (prostate cancer that has spread outside of the prostate gland). Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men in the UK, affecting […]

Aneurysm Screening Programme Has Detected 10,000 Aneurysms in Just 6 Years

January 6th, 2016

A national aneurysm screening programme introduced in 2009 has detected more than 10,000 aneurysms, according to the latest research. Aneurysms often cause no symptoms and the effects may not become apparent until they burst, often with fatal consequences. Until 2009, the incidence of fatal aortic abdominal aneurysms in the UK was the highest in Europe, but […]

Junior Doctors to Strike After Negotiations with the Government Break Down

January 5th, 2016
Junior Doctors to Strike After Negotiations with the Government Break Down

Junior doctors in England will strike on the 12th January after talks between the British Medical Association (BMA) and the government broke down. The BMA has confirmed that strike action will be employed next week, with a 48-hour strike planned for the 26th January and a further walk-out set for the 10th February. The announcement […]

Parents Encouraged to Get Sugar Smart with New App

January 4th, 2016
Parents Encouraged to Get Sugar Smart with New App

Parents are being encouraged to download a new free app in a bid to get sugar smart in the New Year. The app, which has been developed by Public Health England, enables parents to find out the sugar content of popular foods simply and quickly. All you have to do is scan the bar code […]

Antibiotic Resisting Bacteria Discovered in UK ‘Last Resort’ Treatment

December 22nd, 2015
Antibiotic Resisting Bacteria Discovered in UK ‘Last Resort’ Treatment

Scientists in the UK have discovered bacteria that are resistant to a form of antibiotic called colistin. This discovery is of the utmost significance as colistin is often given to patients as a last resort. Last month, resistant bacteria were identified in China and experts warned that the discovery marked the beginning of a ‘post-antibiotic […]

A&E Departments on Alert as Number of Alcohol Poisoning Cases Doubles

December 22nd, 2015
A&E Departments on Alert as Number of Alcohol Poisoning Cases Doubles

Accident and Emergency departments across the UK are braced for the festive period, as statistics reveal that the number of people visiting A and E with alcohol poisoning has doubled in just six years. New figures from the Nuffield Trust show that figures are particularly alarming for young women. Women aged between 15 and 19 […]

Jeremy Hunt: Free Wi-Fi Will Be Available In All NHS Buildings

December 21st, 2015

 Jeremy Hunt, health secretary, has said that free Wi-Fi will be provided in England’s NHS facilities in an attempt to reduce costs and improve services. This will enable patients to use their smart phones and tablets to go online to keep in touch with their family and friends or watch on-demand TV shows. Currently, some […]

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