Indoor Allergy Week runs from 20th to 26th October and is organised by Allergy UK to support allergy sufferers and raise awareness of the issues they face.
Before the current outbreak of Ebola, West Africa was best known as an area rich in minerals – in Liberia, iron ore and timber were the main exports, Sierra Leone was well known as a source of diamonds, chromite and rutile, a form of titanium dioxide, Guinea for bauxite and iron ore and Nigeria for oil, which accounts for 35% of its GNP.
New research from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) shows that common ailments such as coughs and sore throats cost the NHS an extra £1.1 billion a year when patients are treated at A&E or GP surgeries rather than at community pharmacies.
As the cold weather sets in so to do joint aches, pains and stiffness. Studies have shown however that we might be able to find relief from these winter ailments in the form of a simple hedgerow fruit.
Scientists at Imperial College London have developed a new cancer drug which they plan to trial in multiple myeloma patients by the end of next year.
Over 90% of over-65s have made no plans for care but many want to understand their financial options
With care very much on the agenda this week, Partnership reveals that the vast majority of over-65s have not spoken to their families about the potential need for care and are confused around their financial options.
The shocking truth about mental health in the workplace has been revealed by research carried out on behalf of pensions and insurance provider Friends Life.
Stoptober 2014 is in full swing and analysis from MoneySuperMarket reveals smokers who take up the challenge to kick the habit will benefit from healthier bodies and bank balances.
A new study has found that children who revealed they had been bullied by their brothers or sisters several times a week or more during early adolescence were twice as likely to report being clinically depressed as young adults.
The mechanism by which statins increase the risk of type 2 diabetes has been investigated in a large-scale analysis from an international team led by researchers from UCL and the University of Glasgow, using information from genetic studies and clinical trials.
Smokers reveal quitting smoking will give them the same sense of achievement as buying their first home
Giving up smoking is as big an achievement as buying a home or getting married, according to new research released by Boots UK, to coincide with the launch of Stoptober.
A study led by researchers from the University of Aberdeen which compared different treatments for varicose veins has found that laser treatment is the preferred treatment.
The average person carries over 10 million bacteria on the hands, in comparison to just 33,000 found on public surfaces, according to a new study.
Anyone concerned about unsightly or painful varicose veins are being invited to an open day at a new Bristol clinic which specialises in procedures for venous conditions.
A Bristol-born professor, who is a world leader in the treatment of varicose veins, has opened a specialist private clinic in his home city.
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