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by HealthHubble on August 19, 2021
GP Deficit in Deprived Areas ‘Could Widen Health Inequalities’
by HealthHubble on August 19, 2021
New research from the University of Cambridge has found that a shortage of GPs in deprived neighbourhoods in England could ‘widen health inequalities.’... Read full article
by HealthHubble on August 17, 2021
Use of Tech Data Set to Transform Women’s Health
by HealthHubble on August 17, 2021
The rise of data gained from FemTech and wearable technology is set to revolutionise future healthcare for women.... Read full article
by Sam Lynch on August 17, 2021
Why You’re Not Losing Weight and How to Boost Your Success
by Sam Lynch on August 17, 2021
Do you ever feel like you’re eating less than ever, moving more than ever but not losing the weight you want? Maybe you’ve cut out a food group and not seeing the magic weight loss you were promised? ... Read full article
by Dr Eloise Elphinstone on August 12, 2021
Talking to Your GP about Postnatal Health Problems
by Dr Eloise Elphinstone on August 12, 2021
Becoming a new mother is a period of time filled with lots of mixed emotions, and significant changes to your body. As a GP and mother, I know from first-hand experience how essential it is to receive expert care and support in these crucial weeks... Read full article
by Dr Eloise Elphinstone on August 12, 2021
Top 9 Tips for New Parents During the 4th Trimester
by Dr Eloise Elphinstone on August 12, 2021
The fourth trimester is a way of describing the 12-week period immediately after you’ve had your baby. Every mother and their new-born baby will go through this, but not everyone recognises it.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on July 13, 2021
Poorer Mental Health Found in Women with Urinary Incontinence
by HealthHubble on July 13, 2021
A recent study presented at the European Association of Urology Congress EAU21 has found that women who experience urinary incontinence were around 66% more likely to be diagnosed with depression and seek medical support for mental health reasons.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on June 24, 2021
Almost 50% of Menopausal Women Turn to Private Care
by HealthHubble on June 24, 2021
According to new research almost 50% of women going through the menopause are turning to private healthcare services in order to help manage symptoms after failing to either receive appropriate support or correct prescriptions from NHS services.... Read full article
by HealthHubble on November 20, 2020
The Home-Testing Device Hoping to Shine a Light on Breast Cancer Screening
by HealthHubble on November 20, 2020
This years International Dyson Award has been won by Judit Giró Benet from Spain, who has created ‘The Bule Box’; a home-testing kit for breast cancer.... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
Pelvic Floor Health and the Importance of Pelvic Floor Exercises
by Roseanna Grace Conway on October 01, 2020
The subject of pelvic floor health is something we hear a lot about. So, let’s start off by understanding some anatomy and physiology – what is our pelvic floor muscle and where is it? ... Read full article
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
How Physiotherapy Can Benefit Symptoms of Bladder Pain Syndrome
by Roseanna Grace Conway on September 03, 2020
Believe it or not, but 1 in 2 of us will be affected by a urology condition in our lifetime, this is according to figures from The Urology Foundation.  That’s approximately 3.9 billion of us.  ... Read full article
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