Why do your knuckles crack? The phenomenon explained and when you should be concerned25 July 2016
Professor Tony Kochhar, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon discusses the reasons why your knuckles crack and the medical implications of this.
Why is sex better in a long-term relationship?23 July 2016
Our Psychosexual Nurse, Emma Waring features in Guardian's article discussing the need for honesty in relationships about what you enjoy.
Still not taking sun safety seriously?10 July 2016
Our Consultant Dermatologist, Dr Virginia Hubbard gives an important update on skin cancer, the risks of being exposed to the sun and how to stay vigilant.
Don’t Sweat It: 6 Surprising Health Benefits of Sweating12 July 2016
Dr Virginia Hubbard, Consultant Dermatologist explains that sweating is an essential part of skin health which can be compared to having a facial treatment.
How standing naked in front of the mirror could save your life: Experts reveal what your body may be trying to tell you…04 July 2016
If you look face into the mirror and can see you have one shoulder higher than the other — or if you look over your shoulder at your back and see in the mirror that one shoulder blade is more prominent than the other, you could have undiagnosed scoliosis, a twisting or sideways curvature of the spine, explains Professor Tony Kochhar, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. Read more as the experts discuss body hangups that could reveal a health issue.