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  1. HIV in England - 2018 Statistics

    HIV in England - 2018 Statistics
    On 03/09/2019, Public Health England (PHE) published the latest data sets for HIV trends. These included figures from the beginning of January 2018 to the end of December 2018, as well as the trends for previous years, dating back to 2009. Whilst we were unable to analyse the data in terms of upper tier local authorities (UTLA) as we did...
  2. Male Pattern Baldness

    Male Pattern Baldness
    Losing hair is a completely natural and normal part of life, in fact, we shed 50-100 hairs per day on average without even noticing, but what happens when your hair loss becomes obvious?   Male pattern baldness, also known as androgenetic alopecia, is the most common form of hair loss in men, affecting around 50% of males over the age...
  3. PrEP statistics

    PrEP statistics
    PrEP Facts and Statistics PrEP is a ground-breaking drug that can potentially put an end to new HIV diagnoses worldwide. It stands for pre-exposure prophylaxis, and has been licensed for the prevention of HIV since 2012. In the following years, we’ve seen instances of HIV decline in areas where PrEP is available, but unfortunately, not everyone has access to it...
  4. HIV Statistics UK

    HIV Statistics UK
    HIV Statistics UK In January this year, the UK’s Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, pledged to end HIV transmission by 2030, meaning that the country has 11 years to bring the rate of new diagnoses down to zero, but how close to this figure are we already? Data from HIV Prevention England states that during 2017, there were 4,393 new diagnoses...
  5. How to last longer in bed

    How to last longer in bed
    How to last longer in bed       If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’re struggling with some sexual problems that cause you to finish during sex sooner than you or your partner would like. Depending on the issue, you might either struggle to keep an erection, or ejaculate soon into sex. If you relate to the latter...
  6. Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day

    Spinal Cord Injuries Awareness Day
    Most people will suffer from back pain from time to time, but it's rarely anything serious. Most types of back pain that the majority of people experience can go away either on its own, or with painkillers, physiotherapy and gentle exercise, but there are times that none of these things can help. For spinal cord injuries awareness day, we’re going...
  7. Sun Cream – Choose the Best Lotion for You

    Sun Cream – Choose the Best Lotion for You
    Summer so just around the corner, and whether you’re jetting off to warmer climates, or enjoying the sun from your own back garden you're going to need sun cream. We’ve armed ourselves with information about sun lotion and how to make sure you stay safe whilst enjoying the weather. There’s a lot of choices these days when it comes to...
  8. Mental Health Awareness Week - 10 Ways of Practicing Self-care for Mental Health

    Mental Health Awareness Week - 10 Ways of Practicing Self-care for Mental Health
    During mental health awarness week 2019, we want you to know that your mental health is as important to you as your physical health, and it’s important that you look after it. However, with mental health problems affecting a large part of the population world-wide, it’s sometimes easy to get overwhelmed by your thoughts and feelings, especially during the darker...
  9. Fibromyalgia and Insulin Resistance – The Missing Link?

    Fibromyalgia and Insulin Resistance – The Missing Link?
    This week, it was reported that a new study has uncovered a potential link between two conditions – fibromyalgia and insulin resistance. The study comes from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, and has only just emerged as new research. Until now, fibromyalgia (also known as fibromyalgia syndrome or FMS) has been described as a “long term condition...
  10. National Walking Month – 10 Idyllic and Short UK walks

    National Walking Month – 10 Idyllic and Short UK walks
    May is national walking month, which is great, as spring is now well underway and there are some gorgeous sights to see across the UK. Rolling hills, coastal views and wildflowers, as well as the weather being warmer and the days getting longer. It’s the perfect month to break out your walking shoes, get moving, and take in some of...

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