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3 Apr 2019
April is bowel cancer awareness month which is a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and help make a difference. This year Beating Bowel Cancer and Bowel Cancer UK have merged to form the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity, with the aim of preventing as many deaths as possible associated with bowel cancer patients.
27 Feb 2018
There are many foods that can increase your risk of developing cancer. We must be aware of the different types of food that pose a risk to our general health and threaten the risk of cancer. This includes foods such as bacon, fast food, sugary foods such as doughnuts, cakes, and many others. In this article it will outline the foods that can cause cancer.
16 Feb 2018
You should keep your lungs strong and healthy as these two large essential organs provide life stimulating oxygen to your body. There are many natural foods and ways to maintain healthy lungs. This article offers useful and general advice on how to maintain healthy lungs.
15 Feb 2018
This article outlines all you need to know about the liver including a definition of the liver, what its function is in the body, liver disease stages, types of liver disease, risk factors, symptoms, as well as liver cancer and diagnosis as well as offering advice on how to keep your liver healthy.
26 Jan 2018
Whilst you cannot control some heredity and environmental factors, you can still lower your risk of cancer by making healthy diet and healthier lifestyle choices. A well-planned diet can help to prevent many cancers, there are many different types of foods that can help reduce your risk of getting cancer.
20 Jan 2018
Cervical Cancer Prevention Week will be hosted this year from Monday 22nd January 2018 until Sunday 28th January 2018 and the theme is focused on reducing female's risk of developing cervical cancer.
14 Jan 2018
People who smoke often develop a cough. This cough is caused by the body clearing out the chemicals that enter the airways and lungs through tobacco use. If a cough is persistent, lasting for more than 3 weeks, it is known as smoker's cough. While a cough may begin as a dry cough, it can eventually produce phlegm. Other symptoms include a sore throat and chest pain. Several home remedies may help manage the symptoms of smoker's cough.
2 Nov 2017
Lung Cancer Awareness, the purpose of this blog post is to raise awareness of the different types of lung cancers, different stages, other lung related conditions, benefits of quitting smoking, risk factors, symptoms, prevention and treatment.
1 Nov 2017
Movember Mens Health, this article discusses the campaign including a definition, history of the campaign, how much money has been raised in the previous years and how to get involved.
16 Oct 2017
Obesity is a condition where a person has accumulated a high amount of body fat having a negative effect on their health. Obesity is a chronic condition defined by an excess amount of body fat. Obesity is best defined using Body Mass Index (BMI) which is calculated using a person’s height and weight. A BMI of 18.5-24.9 is considered normal weight, a BMI of 25-29.9 is considered overweight, and a BMI of over 30 is considered obese.