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Can a back Injury affect other parts of your body?

A healthy spine is essential to your day-to-day life, and is the most important part of our bone structure. According to the Medical Center at The University of Maryland the spine is what provides our body with the structure and support it requires t…

Baby Loss Awareness Week

This week is Baby Loss Awareness week, a week to reflect and remember those precious babies who died too soon, but also raise awareness about baby loss. Baby loss can occur during pregnancy, during the labour, in the early neonatal period or in infan…

Back Health & Spine Problems

Importance of Back Health Keeping a good level of health is something we all know and understand to continue to be healthy, but how much attention do you pay to the health of your spine? Perhaps you have experienced the odd twinge or niggle, or you a…

Cardiac Arrests: How To Save A Life

When someone suffers from a heart attack the first person on scene is often a bystander, whether they are a friend, family member, colleague, or a stranger in the street. In many circumstances those first on the scene have little to no medical expert…

What Are Heart Health Checks?

Are you aware of the risk you may be at of having a heart attack or stroke? To help you better understand the risk you may be at, a regular heart health check with your GP will enable you to fully understand. According to the NHS your risk level of c…

Importance of Heart Health

Heart Structure   Your heart is formed of 4 chambers, these are split 2 on the top and 2 on bottom.   The right atrium is the first chamber at the top of the heart. Here 2 large veins deliver the deoxygenated blood back from the rest of the…

A Virtual NHS – The Future?

By Kate Goodman The NHS has for many years, has been wrestling with increased demand and the impact this has had on bed availability, appointment availability and waiting lists. The NHS has a number of targets that they should meet such as timescales…

Cosmetic Surgery Data Hub

Cosmetic Surgery Statistics UK   Cosmetic surgery has been popular in the UK for many years, with various trends coming and going. But which surgical procedures are the most common and what is influencing Brits to go under the knife? We’ve colle…

Three-quarters of us are forcing ourselves into work despite being ill

Three-quarters of us are forcing ourselves into work despite being ill   It’s not unusual to worry about taking too much time off work. Whether it’s for annual leave or sick days, many of us can sometimes feel concerned about appearing to be sla…

Which social traits are considered to be the most unacceptable in Britain?

Which social traits are considered to be the most unacceptable in Britain? Brits are renowned for their politeness. In fact, there are certain social traits that would be considered rude in Britain, and only in Britain. To find out which seemingly-mi…

How your medical negligence claim could improve services for NHS patients

So, you feel you’ve been injured and want to pursue a medical negligence claim… but you feel guilty about suing the NHS. What should you think about before instructing a solicitor? I think that we can all agree that we are extremely lucky to have the…

What next for NHS medical air victims after health service review?

After the NHS admitted failings in administering medical air, instead of oxygen, in over 100 surgeries, Chartered Legal Executive, Katy Link explores how these errors might have been made and appeals for victims to come forward. Background to NHS med…

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