Dental Implants at London’s Award Winning MyHealthcare Clinic

Dental Implants at London’s Award Winning MyHealthcare Clinic

Dental Implants are quickly becoming the best solution for missing or damaged teeth. Over recent years, full arch dental implant reconstructions have become an affordable and minimally invasive options for permanent and fully functional tooth replacements. We may now be saying goodbye to dentures and dental bridges.   Dental Implants...

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Having problems with a Hernia?

Having problems with a Hernia?

This article is authored by HCA Healthcare UK. Many people do not realise quite what an important role our abdominal walls play in everyday life. Made up of multiple muscular and fascial layers and covered by fat and skin,  it helps to house and protect some of the major organs...

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Courage and Creativity

Courage and Creativity

Achievement of pretty much any sort has value precisely because of the fight that has to be engaged to gain it, to be tough enough to overcome what is thrown at us and to keep on keeping on.  Those born with a disability, whether of mobility, hearing, vision, cognitive or...

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Daily puzzles could be linked to cognitive ability

Daily puzzles could be linked to cognitive ability

There is some evidence that doing daily mind games and puzzles may be connected to better cognitive abilities and “keep the brain young.” Researchers from the University of Exeter, Imperial College London and Kings College London, and funded by the National Institute for Health Research, published their two studies in...

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Mercedes v Marlboro

Mercedes v Marlboro

A lot has been said about the health consequences of smoking. But if the risk of lung cancer and other respiratory diseases isn’t enough, the financial cost should be more than enough incentive to quit. Today, around 9.4 million adults in the UK smoke and this is not just hitting...

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Poor diet linked to disease

Poor diet linked to disease

A new analysis has shown that 11 million deaths worldwide was linked to poor diet. An international group of hundreds of researchers called the Global Burden of Disease 2017 Diet Collaborators funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation found that eating diets high in salt and low in fruit,...

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Silver Diabetes

Silver Diabetes

If you are over 50 you may already have people in your peer group who have type 2 diabetes. As we age many of our organs become less flexible and cannot deal with extra workload. This is fairly obvious with our heart and lungs; we all know that we cannot...

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Sleep and screen time for children, according to the WHO

Sleep and screen time for children, according to the WHO

Guidelines from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for sleep from physical activity and screen time for children differ greatly depending on the child’s age. Children less than a year-old need physical activity, particularly what it calls “interactive floor-based play,” for at least 30 minutes several times a day. They should...

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UK’s leading reflux expert calls for more awareness around symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for condition

UK’s leading reflux expert calls for more awareness around symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for condition

20-30% of people in the UK suffer from gastro-oesophageal reflux symptoms. Everyone is aware that these can include acid heartburn and indigestion, but fewer know that the throat and lungs can also be affected causing a cough, sore throat, voice problems and even asthma and chest infections. These symptoms can...

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Healthy Lungs and Environmental Impact Event

Healthy Lungs and Environmental Impact Event

Meet experts on Air quality and discuss the effects on lung health at an event being held on 23rd May in Maida Vale, titled ‘Healthy Lungs and environmental Impact.’ The Public meeting, organized by the British Lung Foundation (BLF) Support Group ‘Breathe Easy Westminster’, encouraged by the European Lung Foundation...

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