Checking for Breast Cancer

Checking for Breast Cancer

When checking your breasts it is important to know exactly what to look out for, while lumps are the most well known symptom of breast cancer there are other changes to be aware of and look out for too. To help provide some guidance on exactly what to look out...

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Rush Westbourne Grove

Rush Westbourne Grove

Fancy mixing up your look for the Autumn/Winter season? Why not visit Rush Westbourne Grove, our luxurious, modern and tranquil hair salon in the heart of London. Rush Westbourne Grove boasts an impressive team of hair experts who are well versed in the latest trends and provide the ultimate hair...

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Fulham ‘Castle’ becomes care home

Fulham ‘Castle’ becomes care home

  The historic Castle Club in Fulham looks set to be turned into a 33-room dementia-friendly care home. Hammersmith and Fulham Council this week approved plans to demolish the grade II-listed gothic revival building’s summerhouse, and refurbish its interior. The old house In Broomhouse Lane, close to the exclusive Hurlingham...

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Dry eye disease ‘on verge of epidemic’

Dry eye disease ‘on verge of epidemic’

In the 21st century the world is on the verge of an epidemic: Dry Eye Disease. “We’re dealing with a quality of life issue” says ophthalmologist consultant, Mr Yodaiken. After seeing countless patients time and again suffering from dry eyes, Mr Yodaiken decided to act upon it. He opened a...

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Mayor pledges £4 million for more youth workers in A&E

Mayor pledges £4 million for more youth workers in A&E

Sadiq Khan has pledged £4 million to fund more youth workers in Accident and Emergency (A&E) rooms across the capital, in a bid to tackle serious youth violence. The Mayor believes there is a “teachable moment” when young people are admitted to hospital with minor injuries from fights, and youth...

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Local NHS invites all to come ‘check your health’

Local NHS invites all to come ‘check your health’

The NHS in West London is inviting all adults and children in North Kensington to book an appointment for an ‘Enhanced Health Check’. Following the tragedy at Grenfell Tower over two years ago, the local NHS has put this service in place to offer local people an assessment of their health and wellbeing. The Enhanced...

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New HIV diagnoses fall by a third in the UK

New HIV diagnoses fall by a third in the UK

Annual HIV data from Public Health England shows new diagnoses at their lowest level since 2000.  New diagnoses fell from 6,271 in 2015 to 4,484 in 2018. Diagnoses significantly declined in gay, bisexual and heterosexual populations between 2015-18.  This continued decline is primarily due to easier HIV testing, condom provision...

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VisitHealth brings diagnostics and nursing care to your home

VisitHealth brings diagnostics and nursing care to your home

Medical care is becoming more flexible, with the need for it to fit into our busy schedules. London’s first on demand at home healthcare means you can book a medical appointment in your home when it suits you. They have a staff of nurses who can carry out blood tests,...

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Westminster School pupils breathe cleaner air thanks to air purifying technology

A London primary school is enjoying an improvement in air quality levels, following the installation of air purification systems, that have been tested against some of the highest pollution levels of anywhere in the world. A partnership between taxi app and leading corporate ground travel provider Gett and award winning...

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London’s Best Private Healthcare Clinic

London’s Best Private Healthcare Clinic

MyHealthcare Clinic has recently been awarded London’s best private healthcare clinic 2019 by GHP for its efforts in revolutionising private healthcare in London. The family run business is making first class private healthcare accessible and affordable with comprehensive membership plans. With clinics in Wandsworth and Fulham, MyHealthcare Clinic offers medical,...

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