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Immunisation currently prevents between 2-3 million deaths every year – an incredible statistic. It’s figures like that which make this
Being unwell can be a burden, and obstruct you from doing many tasks – both in your personal and professional
Asthma sufferers will often avoid exercise, fearing that it will worsen their condition or induce an asthma attack. Whilst it
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Who among us has not read an article properly and then, without checking the source, shared it on social media,
As the most common form of non-infectious rhinitis, hay fever affects 10-30% of adults and up to 40% of children.
Saturday 7th April sees the arrival of World Health Day – an annual event created by the World Health Organisation
As adults, most people are aware of the unpleasantness that accompanies being unwell. From the general uncomfortable feeling to actual
When people are asked whether they think home remedies are the answer to curing illness, the question is often met
Flu season often wreaks havoc on workplaces, schools and communal living areas. It’s all too easy for germs to spread
There is often hefty debate over whether it is a good idea to exercise whilst ill. Many avoid exercise when
Following a recent ComRes Poll, the most common resolutions were to exercise more, lose weight, eat more healthily and to
Cornwall and Devon have seen a recent outbreak of norovirus, colloquially known as the winter vomiting bug due to its
This Friday the 16th of March is World Sleep Day, an annual event designed to celebrate sleep – and all
Featured on BBC Two’s ‘Trust Me, I’m a Doctor’, the history of the influenza virus and development of a new
Influenza, more commonly known as the flu, is an illness that is often confused with lesser illnesses, such as the
As the days get shorter and the temperatures get lower, it seems that the chance of getting a cold increases.
It is rumoured England is facing potentially its worst flu season in fifty years. Public Health England has released statistics
Does influenza really affect men more than women? The phrase ‘man flu’ was coined to denote the commonly-held belief that
NHS England is on a mission to persuade parents to vaccinate their children against flu in the run up to