Feeling the need to go on a health kick can be a daunting prospect. But its the small, sustainable lifestyle adjustments, rather than the radical changes that have the longer lasting effects on your health. Check out these Seven things you can do right now to put yourself on a path to better health.
Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in both men and women. Whilst research means survival is improving, the rates of people being diagnosed with the disease are also rising. A whole range of factors play into this, not least the fact that more people in the UK are living to an older age … More Reduce Your Risk of Bowel Cancer
The British Heart Foundation explains how researchers need easier access to patient records to make vital research discoveries. Cardiovascular research in the UK is among the very best in the world, but research in the UK is not perfect. Too much time is taken up with unnecessary red tape and bureaucracy. The weight of … More Why Access to Patient Data is Important
Everyday hundreds of health articles are generated by the media informing us of what we should and shouldn’t be eating, drinking or doing and how this is helping or hindering our health. Headlines are designed to draw our attention to the article and therefore often miss out vital pieces of information. This can lead to … More More Than Meets The Eye? Interpreting Health Research
Everyone has in some way been touched by cancer. Whether it’s a loved one, a colleague, or even a “national treasure”, or whether they’ve had to contend with their own diagnosis or had a cancer “scare” the disease is insidious in its reach, affecting millions of people every day. A World Cancer Day report estimates that … More Cancer – To screen or not to screen?