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NHS Leaves Employee To Go Blind

A widow who has worked for the NHS for 18 years faces blindness in one eye because Dorset PCT has so far refused to give her sight saving drugs.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Are We Prepared For Pandemic Flu?

Giving local authorities responsibility for implementing pandemic flu plans may not be the best policy, says a senior public health doctor in this week’s BMJ.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Travelling For Healthcare

Latest figures suggest that Britons are spending £161 million each year on travelling abroad for treatments.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Give Yoga A Go

Yoga teacher Barbara Currie explains why anyone resolving to boost their health and lose weight this year should consider yoga.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Glaucoma - 200,000 lose sight in UK

Thousands of people in the UK are needlessly losing their sight every year through glaucoma according to a report Tunnel Vision published by RNIB.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Fitness Vs. Fatness

A woman’s level of fitness predicts and prevents heart disease in women better than a focus on weight.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Exercise & Breast Cancer

Women who are aggressively seeking to reduce their risk of breast cancer are probably frustrated by the lack of clearly defined risk factors that they can alter.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Fit For The Slopes?

Avoid injury by getting fit for the slopes before you go.

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25th Mar 2008
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Recovering from a sports injury

Quick tips to help your body recover from a sports injury

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25th Mar 2008
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Skeleton Controls Fat Metabolism

New research may implicate bones as a therapeutic target for type 2 diabetes.

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25th Mar 2008
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How Diet Affects IBS

Seven common myths about irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Go Mediterranean!

Boost your health whilst bringing a taste of summer to the table with a Mediterranean diet.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Over-Indulgence & Obesity

Basil Turner criticises our obsession with food and our ever-increasing waist lines.

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25th Mar 2008
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The Ready Meal Lottery

Inadequate and inaccurate product information on ready-meals, proves consumers must always read labels.

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25th Mar 2008
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Sweet Little Mystery

A Which? survey shows that inadequate food labelling makes it hard to know just how much sugar some products contain.

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25th Mar 2008
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Fruit & Veg Help Asthma

A diet packed with fruit and veg is beneficial to asthma sufferers.

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25th Mar 2008
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Phenomenal Fungi

White and brown mushrooms have just as many health benefits as their more exotic cousins.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > Nutrition

Another reason to eat oily fish

Diet rich in fish may reduce the spread of prostate cancer.

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25th Mar 2008
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Beat Osteoporosis With Diet

Boost your bone health with your diet and our printable check list of good and bad foods.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Nutrition for people over fifty

Calorie restriction drastically reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke and diabetes.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > Nutrition

Diabetes And Diet

You can use your diet to protect yourself against diabetes or keep it under control.

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25th Mar 2008
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Health > Nutrition

Protection from cancer

80% of women diagnosed with breastcancer are over 50 years of age.

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Health > Nutrition

Diet & Insomnia

Is it your diet that's affecting your sleep?

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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An Eye Opener

Are you guilty of underestimating the power of water?

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25th Mar 2008
Gareth Hargreaves
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Nutrition & Fatigue

Fatigue is the one of the top complaints in the UK

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25th Mar 2008
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Get Under The Skin Of Reflexology

Discover how reflexology can help you.

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25th Mar 2008
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Understand acupuncture

Acupuncture has been used in China and other eastern cultures to restore, promote and maintain good health for about 2,500 years.

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25th Mar 2008
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Hope For Eczema & Psoriasis

A natural breakthrough in the treatment of eczema and psoriasis could offer relief for sufferers.

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25th Mar 2008
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Beat High Cholesterol Naturally

Herbal healing for high cholesterol.

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25th Mar 2008
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Heal High Blood Pressure

Medical herbalist Nicola Darrell explains how to heal high blood pressure naturally.

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25th Mar 2008
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