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Cherry Juice – Just Another Super Food? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Cherry Juice is one of the latest in a long line of super foods. What is it that makes it so special? The first somewhat spectacular claim being made for it is that dr ... Read on »
Children Being Treated As Adults On Psych Wards by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Despite the Government’s repeated claims to put an end to mentally ill children and teenagers being treated on adult psychiatric wards, it is still happening. In a rece ... Read on »
Children Should Not Drink Until Age 15 To Aid Brain Development by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Parents were advised by the Government today that children should live an alcohol-free childhood. Sir Liam Donaldson, the Chief Medical Officer, recommends that parents d ... Read on »
Chinese Food Beating Off Indian Cuisine by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Gone is the time when a good curry was the order of the day for most Brits - new research has now shown that our preference for a bit of international food is nudging toward ... Read on »
Cigarettes to be Moved from Public Display by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The government have today announced a new initiative in the battle to reduce the number of smokers in Britain. Cigarettes will no longer be allowed to be seen out on display ... Read on »
Clumsy Children More Likely to Become Obese by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Research has shown that clumsy children are more likely to be obese in later life because they exercise less. The study, that started 50 years ago, found that y ... Read on »
COFFEE – CAN IT OFFER PROTECTION AGAINST DEVELOPING SOME SORTS OF CANCER? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Earlier in the month research suggested that coffee may give some protection against developing Parkinson’s disease. Now scientists have found evidence that drinking coffe ... Read on »
CONVENIENCE FOODS - CHANGE FOR THE BEST by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The National Institute for clinical excellence – NICE – has recommended major changes round convenience & processed food. NICE – The UK’s leading health watchdog - has ... Read on »
Cook Along Live With Gordon… Brown That Is! by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine A parish church in Yorkshire have managed to secure a rather unique recipe book deal, where the contributors are not your normal run of the mill celebrity chefs such as Jami ... Read on »
Cooking Carrots Whole Gives Extra Cancer Protection by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine New research has proven that we can up our cancer fighting skills merely by popping our vibrant carrots into the pot whole to cook, rather than chopping them up first. Could ... Read on »
Cord Blood Collection Set To Be Regulated by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine While the subject of cord blood is something which has been at the centre of much criticism over the years, there are many in the medical profession who believe that there ... Read on »
Cost Of Honey Increasing Due To Wet Summers by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It looks like the cost of that sweet nectar juice known as honey could be on the up after the lovely summer rains have stunted production. According to bee and honey expe ... Read on »
Could Dolphins hold the key to a cure for type II diabetes? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine New research suggests that while sufferers of diabetes may use a high protein diet as a means of controlling the condition, dolphins, conversely, seem to have developed a ... Read on »
Could Eating A Small Amount Of Chocolate Reduce Your Risk Of Stroke & Heart Attack? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Each year 200,000 people in the UK die from cardiovacular disease. Now a new study by the German Institute of Human Nutrition brings hope that this can be reduced in a sur ... Read on »
Could Your Facing Out Buggy Be Delaying Your Child’s Development? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Just when parents thought it was safe to take a break and go for a local stroll round the park with baby in buggy, someone has found a reason of why they could be seriously ... Read on »
Couples Face Postcode Lottery In Embryo Screening by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Researchers have revealed today that over half of couples looking to have their embryos screened to avoid their children inheriting genetic diseases like breast cancer are b ... Read on »
Cousins Having Children Together Could Cause Disease Epidemic by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine A new report has revealed that children born to parents whom are first or second cousins to each other, have a higher chance of catching an infectious disease. In the s ... Read on »
Cure for the Broken Hearted by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine While there are tales of people dying of a broken heart, such sayings have long been relegated to the fantasy bin. However, recent research has shown that there are true c ... Read on »
Cyberknife Arrives in the UK to Treat Cancer by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Medical advances have seen an innovative new technique arrive in the UK this week as a robotic radiotherapy machine that is built to treat cancer will be used for the first ... Read on »
Death Rates In The UK Are Dropping by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Britain’s economy may be in the sick bay, but its people’s health is rapidly improving. This may seem a surprise considering the vast coverage of increasing obesity rates. ... Read on »