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Gynaecological Awareness Month! Know your body!

Would you recognise a problem if you saw it?

Although around 21,000 women per year contract some form or fashion of Gynaecological illness, it is not obvious if it is cancerous. Keeping your female organs healthy and being checked regularly up to the age of 70, is essential for women.        Read more

Know Your Numbers Week!

Do you know your numbers?

Around a third of a million people in the UK suffer from blood pressure problems. So, you think we have had a pandemic – at least the worry is obvious, but abnormalities in your blood pressure are not. In the US, the situation is even worse, with dietary and glucose control compounding the problem.       Read more

Student hack! Get an extra £397 per year now!


There are 2.3 million students living in London as of September 2019, the figure rises every year and with this comes further spend on health and wellbeing. We look into how unsavvy student healthcare harms your student loan and how implementing an online GP could be the way to battle heath concerns on a budget.        Read more

Employee Health – How much is it costing you?

Employee Health

Physical and mental employee health in the workplace is becoming the centre of many media articles in 2019. With employees looking into ways of supporting staff throughout the UK we are looking into the effects of neglecting employee health and wellbeing and how you can offer your staff the best healthcare available.        Read more

Stay Clear of that UTI


Urinary Tract Infections occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract through the urethra. Bacteria then multiplies and can affect the urinary system from the Urinary Tract up to your Bladder.
It is important to notice the signs and symptoms of a UTI. Some Urinary Tract Infections can progress on to more complicated cases, we are discussing symptoms, causes and when to seek further medical guidance.
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Saddle Soreness – The GB Paralympic combating the Taboo

Saddle Soreness

Saddle Soreness & the facts

In the UK the rise of the cycle to work scheme is becoming increasingly popular, with employers everywhere offering the scheme in a bid to encourage healthy living. At present 2.4 million people cycle three times or more per week, with 1.7 million cycling every day. Men are currently three times more likely to cycle to work than women, we look into the main reason behind this statistic and see if there is a way to make cycling more comfortable for women and break the stigma of saddle soreness.        Read more

Hydration and Health


Water makes up 60% of the human body. With H20 being such a major factor in the makeup of our anatomy what does hydration do for your health and what exactly does dehydration do to your body? Dr Suhel Ahmed looks into water and how staying hydrated can benefit your health and lifestyle.        Read more

It’s Time to get to Know Your Aunt Flow


On average 1 in 6 women in the UK feel uncomfortable talking to their GP about their period, with 31% of women feeling inconvenienced by their monthly cycle. We look into the issues surrounding menstruation, discuss the “norm” and highlight signs and symptoms you must not ignore.
alldayDr want to break the stigma attached to periods and open up discussion with regards to the health of a female’s reproductive organs. It is essential you are aware of your monthly cycle. Your period can be a good reflection on your health in many aspects, from reproduction through to diseases and vitamin deficiencies. It is time to get to know your aunt Flow!       Read more

Do you need to boost your Immune System?

Immune System

There are many causes of a low immune system from lack of sleep through to stress and improper nutrition. When dealing with a low immune system and suffering from the side effects, it is extremely important you focus on the cause and deal with the problem at the source if it is that simple. We are looking into the causes, side effects and treatments for a poor immune system and focusing on you getting the most out of your body’s defence system.        Read more

Let’s Talk About sex-ED – Coming from a Qualified GP


The effects of Erectile Dysfunction can be mentally and physically scarring. It is time to break the stigma attached to the condition and empower men to seek the help and guidance some may be scared to search for. In this article we open up and focus on the detrimental effects of ED on a man’s mental health, relationships and even physical wellbeing.        Read more

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