Monthly Archives: June 2018
In support of World Continence Week, talkhealth hosted an Online Clinic for bladder issues, which ran from 4-15 June, giving our community the opportunity to get their bladder related questions answered by expert medical professionals. Questions & Answers Most people …Continue Reading
In the UK, urinary incontinence affects an estimated 14.9% of adults over 40 years of age with faecal incontinence affecting an estimated 1.4% of adults over 40 years of age. talkhealth recently hosted an Ask the Expert session on Sacral …Continue Reading
You may have seen the news recently and the talk of the Government banning wet wipes. With the current focus on the environment, recyclable products are much more in favour at the moment. Wet wipes contain non-biodegradable plastics, are single …Continue Reading
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the sports hall (GCSEs are here again, along with depression, stress and anxiety).
Doesn’t time fly? I can hardly believe that once more a querulous cohort of GCSE students are being ushered begrudgingly into sports halls up and down the country with the weight and expectations of their parents resting heavy upon their …Continue Reading
Concerning new research just presented at this year’s European Congress on Obesity in Vienna indicates that almost one in eight people will have type 2 diabetes and that almost a quarter of people worldwide will be obese by 2045. The …Continue Reading