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BOGOFS To Be Banned? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine They’re the reason we go to the supermarket - the bold red letters drawing us in to make purchases that nine times out of ten we don’t actually need - yes that’s right - it’ ... 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 »
Oral Cancer On The Rise Due to Increased Alcohol Consumption by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Alcohol is the main reason to blame for an “alarming” increase in the amount of people in their forties being diagnosed with oral cancers, it has been claimed. Professi ... Read on »
Haggis Really An English Dish? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Haggis-makers across Scotland are up in arms today as they proudly defend the humble food’s origins following claims the ecipe for the traditional Scottish fayre was actuall ... Read on »
Game Back On The Menu by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine For years gone by game has been the select cuisine of those from distinguished (read, rich) backgrounds – the upper classes, the aristocracy and the royals. However, over ti ... Read on »
Tamiflu Causes Nightmares In Children by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Research has revealed that Tamiflu – the drug prescribed to fight swine flu give over 50 per cent of children adverse side effects including nausea and nightmares. Approx ... Read on »
Increased Swine Flu Risk For Pregnant Women by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The public health agency in America has warned that pregnant women are four times more likely to need hospitalisation with swine flu compared to the average person. Durin ... Read on »
Scientists Reveal Why We Swing Our Arms When Walking by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Have you ever considered why it is that you swing your arms back and forth and in the opposite direction to your legs when you walk?   Well wonder no more, as a group of sci ... Read on »
Would You Like Some Fizz With Your Milk, Sir? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Brace yourself for this new wild and wacky invention from Coca-Cola – its wait for it… fizzy milk! Eugh, makes your stomach turn just thinking about it don’t you think? So, ... Read on »
The Holy Grail Of Chocolate - Tastes Great And Is Super Low Fat by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine OK chocolate addicts – you’re going to think you have died and gone to chocolate heaven – some clever scientists over in Switzerland have happened upon a formula to make cho ... Read on »
In Search Of The Perfect Olive Oil? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Dying to get your mitts on the best olive oil money can buy? Well head down to your local uber-economic supermarket to get premium quality extra virgin olive oil for half th ... Read on »
Medical Professionals Demand The WHO Condemn Homeopathic Treatments by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Medical professionals are complaining about the fact homeopathic treatments are still being used to treat illnesses like HIV/Aids and malaria, despite the lack of evidence r ... Read on »
Plentiful Plums This Year by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It looks like a good year for plums after optimum weather conditions has produced an abundant crop. Trees are literally bursting at the branches with juicy plums as growers ... Read on »
Dining Etiquette In Jeopardy, Says Debenhams by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine The term ‘things can’t stay the same forever’ seems to be ringing particularly true in these credit crunching times, as it appears Brits are opting to buy the cutlery set mi ... Read on »
Low Fat Spread Sales Being Overtaken By Butter by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine OK, so we all know that butter is really bad for you – almost 100 per cent fat content – it is an artery clogger and eating lots of it is a sure fire way to up your waist si ... Read on »
Britons Spending Less On Casual Dining by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine It looks like the casual dining industry has taken a huge hit in the current recession despite its massive success over the last 40 years. A new report from Allegra Strat ... Read on »
PARKINSON’S LINKED TO PESTICIDE by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine New research released yesterday has unveiled a worrying link between high levels of a certain pesticide in the blood with an increased risk of Parkinson’s disease. The da ... Read on »
Banging The Vegetarian Drum by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine That time old myth that vegetarians eat nothing but ‘a load of old lentils’ is fast being quashed to make way for the sexy new green cuisine that occasional meat-eaters – or ... Read on »
Breast Cancer Screening - More Harm Than Good? by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine New research has revealed that as many as one in three breast cancer cases which are discovered through routine public screening programmes, do not pose a threat. The res ... Read on »
Ban On Imperfect Fruit & Vegetables Lifted by Nick B. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in General Medicine Misshapen fruit and vegetables fear no more – you are no longer too imperfect to fulfill your destiny of being stacked on a supermarket shelf before being consumed by some u ... Read on »