Bowel Health Screening

Bowel Health Screening

Bowel Health Screening Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK. Every year there are more than 42,000 people with a diagnosis. However, the good news is that it is treatable and curable with early detection. The bowel is the lower part of the digestive system. Bowel cancer, also known as colorectal […]

Embracing the Menopause


Embracing the Menopause Perimenopause. Menopause. What’s the difference and what’s going on? Perimenopause is difficult to diagnose as there’s no really clear beginning. Irregular menstrual cycles, starting for some women in their 30’s are an indication of the pathway towards menopause.  Menopause happens to every woman, it’s completely natural and the end of the ability to […]

Prostate – The Most Commonly Diagnosed Cancer

Xray image of the prostate gland

Prostate cancer ‘now most commonly diagnosed cancer in UK’ All men have a prostate gland, located beneath the bladder, between penis and rectum. The urethra tube runs out of the bladder passing through the centre of the prostate and then to the penis, providing a path for urination. The muscles of the prostate also help […]

Diabetes – Everything You Need To Know

Diabetes - Everything you need to know

Diabetes – Everything You Need To Know Type 2 diabetes is a condition which is linked to increasing obesity rates and as a result, leads too much sugar in your blood. It can cause serious health problems with your eyes, heart and nerves if untreated. Symptoms include: • excessive thirst • tiredness • weight loss […]