This week the UCLH cancer collaborative launched the first pilot project of an NHS ovarian cancer surveillance service for women who carry a faulty BRCAS gene and have chosen not to have their ovaries and fallopian tubes removed. This is the first time that this technology has been piloted as an NHS service and heralds … Continue reading First ever NHS ovarian cancer early detection service pilot announced
Nearly a third of the population in the UK suffers from insomnia, but it seems that could all be helped by spending more time outdoors in natural light. Dr Kenneth Wright has published a study that shows a weekend out camping resets the clock inside our bodies that influences sleeping habits. Now while camping might … Continue reading Spend time outside to help you sleep
We are all familiar with the idea of a January detox, in fact it's a tradition that's almost as prominent as Christmas itself. When taken to extremes however, it can in fact do a lot more harm than good. Looking at one of the latest studies by doctors and health professionals, Spabreaks.com reports on a case … Continue reading Could January detox actually be bad for you?