Joanna is one of at least 9,000 non-smokers in the UK diagnosed with lung cancer every year.
Struggling to cope with an acute eating disorder is tough enough, but imagine if the hospital treatment you need is only available hundreds of miles away. That’s what it’s like for many patients in Northern Ireland, who have to leave the country, their family and friends. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
Image copyright Getty Images The Welsh and Scottish health ministers want Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to make it compulsory for UK suppliers of flour to fortify it with folic acid. In a joint letter, they argue this will help reduce neural tube defects, such as spina bifida, in unborn babies. Figures from Food Standards Scotland […]
Image copyright George Marks/Getty Sneezing is an involuntary reflex that all humans have but we still understand relatively little about. Following on from the news that stifling a sneeze by clamping your nose and mouth shut can cause serious physical damage, we explore some sneezing facts – and myths. Weird things can make us sneeze […]