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How to use the extra hour wisely this weekend

28 October 2016

Dr Guy Leschziner, consultant neurologist at London Bridge Hospital has shared his advice about how to make the most of the extra hour after the clocks go back this week and why it's important to consider your sleep as the days draw in.

The 20 common medical tests and treatments that may be completely pointless

25 October 2016

Do you really need the medical treatment you're being offered? Professor Tony Kochhar explains. 

Nutrition for an ultra marathon

24 October 2016

Preparing to push your body further requires meticulous nutritional planning and Peta Bee looks at how to fuel up for the challenge

The Sevenoaks family 5K brought 800 runners to Knole

17 October 2016

Knole Park was a sea of colour this weekend as the second annual Sevenoaks Family 5k took place in the town.

How to look after your joint health

12 October 2016

Arthritic pain affects millions of people around the country every day, and while you may think it only plagues the elderly you’d be wrong, so it’s time to take care of your joints.

 
 

Should we be boasting about our red wine habit or trying to kick it?

13 October 2016

Specialist Oncology Dietitian at Leaders in Oncology Care, Kelly Grainger provides vital information on binge drinking and safe guidelines to stick to.  

UK doctor examines Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa

01 October 2016

 Chennai, Oct 1 (IANS) Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa is reported to have been examined by a specialist doctor from the UK while there was no official statement on her health condition either from the state government or from the Apollo Hospitals.

HRT causes cancer and other breast cancer myths busted

01 October 2016

 Every 10 minutes in the UK, someone is diagnosed with breast cancer, which equates to 60,000 a year, according to Breast Cancer Care. It’s the most common cancer in women in the UK, affecting one in eight, but can also affect men, with some 340 diagnosed each year.