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June 27, 2019

National Aphasia Month 2019 - Let's speak about aphasia

June is “Speak about Aphasia Month” in the UK. Aphasia is defined as a longterm communication disability, most often associated with other primary..
June 20, 2019

1 Minute Read - Dysphagia - Difficulty Swallowing

Dysphagia is the medical term used to describe patients who have difficulty swallowing and is common, especially in the older generation, although it..
June 13, 2019

Are we protecting ourselves properly? How to apply suncream this summer

Summer is almost here! And with it’s arrival comes the annual search for the suncream bottle. While the message has got through to most of us about..
June 6, 2019

Could I have liver disease? Symptoms and causes of liver disease

When people think of the liver, a lot of the time they think of alcohol, and the fact that too much drinking can damage your liver. This is indeed..
May 30, 2019

Could I have Leukemia? Types, symptoms and treatment of leukemia

Cancer is the second leading cause of death globally, surpassed only by cardiovascular diseases. What’s more, around 80% of the people who get heart..
May 23, 2019

World IBD day - What are Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis?

World IBD Day falls on May 19th each year, and is a time for countries around the world to get together and raise awareness for Inflammatory Bowel..
May 16, 2019

Body Image - #bebodykind – Mental Health Awareness Week

Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK takes place this week and is organized by the Mental Health Foundation. Each year an issue is selected and..
May 9, 2019

Could I have Lupus? Lupus symptoms and diagnosis

May 10th is World Lupus Day, when charities around the world aim to raise awareness of the often devastating impact this disease can have on the..
May 2, 2019

Decoding cancer - treatment options and types of therapy

This blogpost is part of a 2 week series, helping demystify the world of cancer diagnosis and treatment. We all know cancer is a serious, often..
April 25, 2019

Decoding cancer - types, stages, and grades

The world of cancer can be extremely scary and hard to think about for many, whether you or a loved one have had cancer or not. There are over 100..
April 18, 2019

Symptom Information: brain fog - what is brain fog?

Brain fog, also known as mental fatigue, refers to transient periods of cognitive mental dysfunction that affects memory and concentration.  It can..
April 11, 2019

Are women's heart attacks less important than men's?

Every year, twice as many women will die from a heart attack than from breast cancer, and yet to many it is still primarily considered to be a ‘man’s..
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