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  1. International Women’s Day - Your Body Your Choice

    International Women’s Day - Your Body Your Choice
    International Women’s Day - Your Body, Your Choice This international women’s day, we wanted to focus on women's choices when it comes to reproduction. The female reproductive system is often a topic of discussion, and usually, it's controversial. Even in the 21st century, there are politicians and religious institutes that believe a woman's body isn't her choice. There are still...
  2. Rare Disease Day - Cystinosis

    Rare Disease Day - Cystinosis
    Rare Disease Day - Cystinosis    What is cystinosis? You’d be forgiven if you’ve never heard of cystinosis. The condition is so rare that only 2000 people worldwide are diagnosed with it, with only 2 or 3 new cases each year in the UK. Cystinosis is a genetic metabolic disease where the body is unable to get rid of excess...
  3. Rare Disease Day – Cauda Equina Syndrome

    Rare Disease Day – Cauda Equina Syndrome
    Rare Disease Day - Cauda Equina Syndrome   What is Cauda Equina Syndrome? Cauda Equina Syndrome is a rare but extremely serious condition. It is classified by the compression of the lumbar (low back) spinal cord which contains a large group of nerves. In this part of the spine, the nerves branch together and appear similar to a horse’s tail...
  4. Pregabalin and Gabapentin – Latest Drugs to be Re-classified

    Pregabalin and Gabapentin – Latest Drugs to be Re-classified
    Pregabalin and Gabapentin – Latest Drugs to be Controlled From April 1st 2019, both pregabalin and gabapentin are set to have stricter regulations and become a category 3 controlled drug. Whilst they'll still be available on prescription to those that need them, moving them to a higher controlled category means that there will be tighter regulations around them. You'll now have...
  5. Myth Busting Viagra

    Myth Busting Viagra
    The little blue pill, otherwise known as Viagra has been improving the sex lives of millions of men since the 90s and has gathered a lot of attention in this time. Pfizer’s ‘magic’ discovery prompted a lot of discussions as well as a few myths attached to the popular medication. Some of these myths or rumours, however, have been an...
  6. Reports of Positive HIV Test Halts Adult Film Productions in Europe.

    Reports of Positive HIV Test Halts Adult Film Productions in Europe.
    Adult film productions in Europe halted due to HIV-positive rumours HIV test in progress via a finger-prick blood test For most of us, an occupational hazard may be nothing more than moving and handling, or staring at a screen for so long that your eyes go funny. Unfortunately, for many actors across Europe, their occupational hazards include the risk of...
  7. Psoriasis Profile Risen by Kim Kardashian

    Psoriasis Profile Risen by Kim Kardashian
    Kim Kardashian raised the profile of psoriasis this week in an Instagram story Love her or hate her, Kim Kardashian (one of the most famous women in the world, just in case you’ve been living under a rock since the mid-'00s) has been raising the profile of psoriasis through social media. Kardashian-West was diagnosed with psoriasis in 2011, and on...
  8. Sildenafil and Viagra NHS Prescription Statistics

    Sildenafil and Viagra NHS Prescription Statistics
    Sildenafil and Viagra NHS Prescription Statistics We don’t like talking about it, but 1 in 5 men will experience it. And contrary to popular belief, erectile dysfunction can affect men at any age. Survey after survey shows that most sufferers won’t go to their GP about it, despite there being plenty of treatment options available on the NHS. One such treatment is...
  9. Viagra for Valentine's?

    Viagra for Valentine's?
    Sildenafil for your sweetheart For many couples, valentine’s day can be stressful. It brings about all sorts of pressure such as finding the perfect card, ordering the ideal gift, planning a romantic night, and keeping within budget for the month. However, some men feel a different kind of pressure around Valentine’s Day – the pressure to perform in the bedroom...
  10. How to Delay Your Period for Valentine's Day

    How to Delay Your Period for Valentine's Day
    Ah, Valentine’s Day. For many people out there, the phrase conjures up images of love hearts, roses, candlelit dinners, and the colour red. Why red? Well, it’s the colour of lust and romance, the go-to for every card shop at this time of year, but between all the scarlet-coloured hearts and rose coloured… well, roses, there might be another kind...

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