Christmas dinner may be helping your children’s diet

Christmas dinner may be helping your children’s diet

Eating meals with the family, including Christmas dinner, is beneficial to teenagers’ diet and puts them on the path towards healthy eating later in life. This is according to research from the US which used data from a 2011 survey of teens and young adults aged 14 to 24. They...

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Free NHS app launches in Westminster

Free NHS app launches in Westminster

The NHS has launched a new app to help Westminster residents and patients. Health Help Now will allow people to manage GP and hospital appointments, as well as access the right local services and find health advice “in a hurry.” This comes as the NHS prepares for increased demand in...

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Ovarian cancer is not a “silent” killer

Ovarian cancer is not a “silent” killer

Ovarian cancer is the fifth deadliest cancer in women, according to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance. Nicknamed ‘the silent killer’, its symptoms are hard to identify and are often misdiagnosed as ageing or irritable bowel syndrome. Unidentified symptoms, combined with a lack of effective therapies, explain in part why...

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“ Who Else Is Suffering With Back Pain Or Sciatica, Fed Up With Taking Painkillers And Wants To Return To Living Life To The Full Again…? ”

“ Who Else Is Suffering With Back Pain Or Sciatica, Fed Up With Taking Painkillers And Wants To Return To Living Life To The Full Again…? ”

By Orson Wajih orsonwajih-physiotherapy.com To the person suffering with back pain or sciatica (or if you know someone who is). • Are back pain or sciatica, disturbed sleep or pain killers leaving you tired and unable to keep active and enjoy family and social events? • Are you concerned you’ll...

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Understand your skin with a complementary assessment at the Chelsea Bridge Clinic

Understand your skin with a complementary assessment at the Chelsea Bridge Clinic

On Saturday 24th November 2018, Chelsea Bridge Clinic are hosting an event, dedicated to your skin. You will get the chance to spend some quality time with the Medical Aesthetician so you can truly explore beneath the surface of your skin. Following a Complimentary Skin Assessment, our Aesthetics team will be answering...

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Understand your skin with a complementary assessment at the Chelsea Bridge Clinic

Understand your skin with a complementary assessment at the Chelsea Bridge Clinic

 On Saturday 24th November 2018, Chelsea Bridge Clinic are hosting an event, dedicated to your skin. You will get the chance to spend some quality time with the Medical Aesthetician so you can truly explore beneath the surface of your skin. Following a Complimentary Skin Assessment, our Aesthetics team will be answering...

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Bridewell Care

Bridewell Care

Whilst we all want to continue to live in our own homes, help may sometimes be needed to keep life running smoothly. Whether it is companionship, tailored day care, live-in or even more complex care, our Care Assistants will come and assist with the day-to-day. We also provide rehabilitation care...

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Innovative drug extends breast cancer survival, study finds

Innovative drug extends breast cancer survival, study finds

A targeted drug combined with hormone therapy can extend survival for some women with advanced breast cancer, a study has found. Women taking palbociclib while receiving hormone therapy lived up to 10 months longer than those on hormone treatment alone. The combination treatment also delayed the start of chemotherapy, which...

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The UK appoints the world’s first suicide prevention minister.

The UK appoints the world’s first suicide prevention minister.

“Too many suffer in silence” in the UK which has led to Jackie Doyle-Price being appointed as the new suicide prevention minister. Revealed on Wednesday 10th October 2018, she will be responsible for combatting the UK’s mental health crisis. The appointment marks World Mental Health Day, and will result...

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Blood-brain barrier could be key to diagnosing Alzheimer’s

Blood-brain barrier could be key to diagnosing Alzheimer’s

One of the most important steps towards treating neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s is early diagnosis. However, it can also be one of the most challenging. A new review article from researchers at the University of Southern California (USC) has proposed a solution. The team suggests that leaks in the...

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