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Monthly Archives: June 2019

Heatwave health warning, babies eating too much sugar, cervical cancer decline, eczema & more

28Jun

Have you missed the latest health news this week? There has been a lot happening and we’ve summarised it all for you here. Have a lovely weekend and make sure you stay safe in the sun. Met office issues health … Continue reading

  

Stop Getting Injured at the Gym! How to Prevent Common Workout Injuries

27Jun

Go to any gym this time of year and it’ll be packed full of people working hard to get that bikini body. Working out is excellent and should be incorporated into daily routine. It doesn’t just help us look good, … Continue reading

  

Ticks and the Danger of Lyme Disease for you and your dog

27Jun

All dog walkers should be aware of the dangers of a serious bacterial infection called Lyme disease, which is passed on by ticks to them and their dog. Dogs, cats and humans can all get Lyme disease. Although it’s uncommon … Continue reading

  

Can Alexa Save My Life?

27Jun

Scientists have recently discovered that Amazon Echo, Alexa and even smartphones could soon be used to identify cardiac arrests in its owners. How? An AI-powered tool which could be installed on smart phones and speakers could detect irregular gasps of … Continue reading

  

New evidence suggests HPV vaccination may eradicate cervical cancer

27Jun

The success of the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination shows hope for eradicating cervical cancer in the future. HPV causes most cervical cancers and there are over 100 types. Many women will actually be infected with HPV over the course of … Continue reading

  

Eight-hour working week to reduce mental health issues, breast cancer & alcohol link & more

21Jun

As the working week comes to an end and the sun appears to be shining again, here is your latest health news roundup for the week of 17 June. Should we be working eight hours a week to reduce mental … Continue reading

  

Leading surgeon warns of the health dangers associated with not warming up before running

21Jun

Hiit and short bursts of exercise aid weight loss

Amir Qureshi, a leading Consultant Knee and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon at University Hospital Southampton, has suggested that there is a danger in the number of runners failing to warm up before running. He said that the rise in activities such … Continue reading

  

Strokes can happen to anyone at any age, what causes them, how to spot them and what to do

19Jun

A stroke (or CVA Cerebral Vascular Accident) is a disturbance to the blood flow of the brain caused by a blockage or bleed in one of the blood vessels supplying the brain. Blockages to the brain are a lot more … Continue reading

  

Belittling psychiatric assessments are creating a storm of depression and suicide among trans patients

18Jun

By Christopher Inglefield, plastic surgeon and medical director at the London Transgender Clinic.  Around forty per cent of transgender people have attempted to take their own lives at some point in time.  That’s a shocking, harrowing statistic, supplied by the National … Continue reading

  

Why does Gastrointestinal Problems Affect Mostly Women

18Jun

Ask any woman if she has had chronic digestive problems in her life. The answers will most likely be positive rather than her male counterpart.  According to the International Gastrointestinal Disorders,” A significant proportion – 35% to 40% – of … Continue reading

  

How to improve your health by going outdoors, student & mental health concerns, tattoo infections & more

14Jun

Hiit and short bursts of exercise aid weight loss

In the same week that Boris Johnson appears to be in the lead to become our next Prime Minister and half of the UK was flooded from the rain, find out all the latest health updates in our latest health … Continue reading

  

The Heart of the Matter – everything you need to know about heart health for British Heart Week 2019

14Jun

British Heart Week 2019 takes place from 7th to 15th June. To mark this event we offer a round up of all our heart health articles. From performing CPR to keeping your blood pressure in check, to dealing with a … Continue reading

  

Diabetes – signs and symptoms and how to help with a hypo

13Jun

The facts One in 15 people in the UK have diabetes. This includes one million people who have Type 2 but haven’t yet been diagnosed. In the UK, someone is diagnosed with diabetes every two minutes. Worldwide According to the … Continue reading

  

What’s causing your cough?

11Jun

Medicspot GP Dr Sufian Ali explain what's causing your cough?

Coughing is a natural reflux that helps keep your airways clear. In this post, we’ll be taking a look at some of the common causes of a lingering cough. While having a cough is quite normal and usually nothing to … Continue reading

  

Rosacea & exercise, constipation, sleep patterns & more

7Jun

Missed out on all the latest health news this week? We have all the latest health stories for you to catch up now. Can a workout improve your skin condition? Have you been struggling to make it to the gym? … Continue reading

  

Trauma in childhood can affect your health

3Jun

In the mid 90s a team of researchers from a private healthcare company in America made a startling discovery.  They asked over 17,000 people about their experiences of abuse and trauma in childhood, and followed them over 15 years.  They … Continue reading

  

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