Top 10 Foods for a Healthy Liver

There has been a 400% rise in deaths due to liver disease in the UK since the 1970s. An increase in alcohol consumption, processed foods, refined sugars, and lack of exercise means liver complications have skyrocketed, killing 40 people every day in the UK alone. Protecting your liver is the best thing you can do […]

Women’s Fertility: Everything You Need to Know

Trying for a baby can be tough on you and your partner. It can feel clinical and stressful as you work to conceive within the fertility window and do everything within your power to increase your chances of getting pregnant. But, if you’re struggling, you’re not alone. It might seem that people easily get pregnant, […]

Understanding Type 2 Diabetes: Causes, Impact, and Prevention

Type 2 diabetes is an increasingly prevalent health condition affecting millions worldwide. Understanding the causes, health problems associated with Type 2 diabetes, and ways to prevent it is crucial for maintaining optimal health. Read on to learn more about the causes of this life-changing disease and our 7 top tips to prevent yourself from getting […]

What is a Full Blood Count test?

You may have previously heard of a Full Blood Count test, or had one completed by your doctor or in a hospital. But what is a Full Blood Count blood test? What is it looking for and what are the benefits of taking a full blood count test? What is a full blood count test? […]

Allergies and How to Combat Them

44% of adults in the UK suffer from at least one allergy, and the number is constantly growing. But what are allergies, what causes them, and what can you do to help alleviate your symptoms? What are allergies? Allergies are a common and often frustrating condition experienced by millions of people around the world. An […]

What is Cancer?

One in two people in the UK will develop cancer in their lifetime. But what is Cancer, and how can it affect your body? Can it be detected and identified to help improve your health and save lives? Cancer is a complex and often life-threatening disease that arises when cells in the body begin to […]

Cholesterol Blood Test: What is it and why should you have one?

Cardiovascular disease, or heart disease, is the leading cause of death and disability in the UK, killing about 160,000 people each year, and high cholesterol a significant risk factor for it. According to NICE, high cholesterol affects up to 60% of all adults and leads to over 7% of all deaths in England each year. […]

Pregnancy Blood Tests: What is Beta HCG and why take a blood test?

If you think you may be pregnant, the most common way to tell is with a urine test kit completed at home. But did you know that you can also check your blood to see if you are pregnant, and that a blood test is a more effective, reliable and earlier test? What is a […]