Obesity: The facts, causes and effects on our health

It’s no secret that being overweight can lead to a number of health risks and the amount of obese people in the UK is on the rise. By the year 2035, cases of obesity could increase by 38,500 a year, according to a recent study by The Obesity Health Alliance. The organisation, which includes 30

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Skin Cancer: New Breakthrough Treatment For Announced

The NHS has approved two new skin cancer drugs which could provide significant breakthroughs in the treatment of advanced skin cancer. It is hoped that the drugs will be able to improve the life expectancy of those with advanced melanoma, which is currently just two years. With this breakthrough it is hoped that many patients

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Hypnotherapy: How Can It Benefit Our Health?

Think of hypnotherapy and the first thing that probably springs to mind is entertainers making unwilling participants seemingly fall under their control at a mere click of their fingers, allowing them to take part in a range of embarrassing tasks that they appear to be completely unaware of. For this reason hypnotherapy has many misconceptions,

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Things to Consider About Your Health Before You Travel This Summer

With summer fast approaching, many of us are looking forward to a relaxing summer break. After picking the destination, making the arrangements and doing a bit of holiday shopping, the next step is to think about your health before you travel. It’s easy to get caught up in the ‘fun’ arrangements of going on holiday,

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Diabetes Week 2016, 12th-18th June 2016

Information taken from: https://www.diabetes.org.uk/get_involved/diabetes-week/ Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person’s blood sugar level to become too high. In 2010, there were approximately 3.1 million people aged 16 or over with diabetes (both diagnosed and undiagnosed) in England. By 2030, this figure is expected to rise to 4.6 million, with 90% of those affected having

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