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28
May
2015
What is Bacterial Vaginosis Anyway?

Bacterial Vaginosis. It sounds utterly horrific, like something that could wipe out armies and decimate the global population in days. Move over pandemic flu. By the name we can guess it's something to do with vaginas, but what exactly is it? An Armageddon style STI that'll make your lady parts fall off? Someone call Bruce Willis.

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Posted in Sexual Health  |   Written By Becky   0

27
May
2015
Is Salt Innocent After All?

Ah salt. The preserve of olden days, the taste of Bournemouth beach, and a really good mouthwash if you have an ulcer. OK, it probably isn't great for you to eat loads, but the bad label salt has been given over the past five decades should be taken with a big pinch of… scepticism, because new evidence indicates that sugar, not salt, is our mortal enemy.

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Posted in General Health   |   Written By Becky   0

26
May
2015
Asthma Cure in 5 Years – New Breakthrough

Road sign with the word Asthma.

The medical world is abuzz with news of a new asthma breakthrough, which could lead to new treatments, and potentially a cure, within five years. Already, just weeks after being announced, the news has been heralded as a game changer.

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Posted in Asthma   |   Written By Sami   0

21
May
2015
How Are Millennials Changing Healthcare?

Millennials, those aged roughly 18 to 34, have grown up with technology at their fingertips. So when even cinemas allow you to book and pay for tickets from your Ipad, why on earth would you need to get stuck in a phone queue to book a GP appointment, or take a prescription to the chemist - BY HAND? Young people are changing the health landscape - here's how.

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Posted in Industry News   |   Written By Becky   0

19
May
2015
8 Strange Effects of Stress You Should Know About

Stress is a known factor in causing and exacerbating medical conditions. This is due to our fight or flight response, a blood pressure-raising process designed to dose us with a quick blast of cortisol, a hormone made by the adrenal gland. In the past, this enabled us to outrun a predator or survive a fight, but over the long term, stress can lead to health problems.

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Posted in General Health   |   Written By Becky   0
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