Breast Cancer awareness month- What is breast cancer and how to spot the signs20 October 2015
Breast cancer remains the most common cancer in the UK, and one in eight British women will developing it in their lifetime. However, the chances of beating breast cancer are improving, with more than eight out of ten people surviving the disease beyond five years and 75 per cent of people surviving beyond 10 years. Mr Nicolas Beechey-Newman, Consultant Breast Surgeon explains breast cancer and how to spot the signs.
Running and its benefits for arthritis16 October 2015
Arthritis Awareness Week aims to raise awareness of the debilitating condition that affects 10 million people living in the UK; traditionally associated with the elderly, arthritis actually affects people of all ages. Mr Zameer Shah, Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon discusses the condition in Runner's World.
Guide to a better night’s sleep07 October 2015
Sleep is essential, for health and sanity; read more as our Consultant Dr Guy Leschziner comments in this interesting feature that could solve your sleep problems.
Online calculator tells women their risk of developing breast cancer in next 10 years02 October 2015
A new online calculator claims to tell women how likely they are to develop breast cancer in the next five to 10 years. Mr Nicolas Beechey Newman, Consultant Breast Surgeon comments.