Legal Loophole Could Leave Some E-Liquid Products Harmful

Some short fills, a popular e-liquid product, could be harmful due to a loophole in regulations, claims an industry expert. Also known as “shake...

Chinatown restaurant fined £15K after mouse droppings found

A Chinese restaurant has been hit with fines totalling almost £15,000 after a string of worrying health breaches were discovered. In September 2017 an Environmental...

Supermarket layouts encourage unhealthy eating says report

The new report, Health on the Shelf published by RSPH and Slimming World, exposes the marketing tactics used to drive sales of unhealthy products...

A “digital detox” does not improve wellbeing say psychologists

A 24-hour period of abstinence from your smartphone induces cravings, but mood and anxiety remain stable say psychologists. The study asked participants to place their...

Living in more polluted areas could shorten your memory by

The difference in memory quality between England’s cleanest and most-polluted areas is equivalent to the loss of memory from 10 extra years of ageing. Researchers...

Mark Radcliffe loved sitting here and he still does

LEGENDARY broadcaster Mark Radcliffe has unveiedl an engraved park bench in his beloved Manchester – but one unlike any other. In a twist to...

Stepping Hill Hospital’s stroke centre receives top national rating

Stepping Hill Hospital’s stroke centre in Stockport has been rated the best in England, Wales and Northern Ireland for the 3rd time in the...

New campaign launched to end corridor care as data shows more than 100,000 patients...

The Royal College of Emergency Medicine today launches its campaign, RCEM CARES, to improve Emergency Departments (EDs) across the UK after new data shows that...

Coronavirus Latest-5373 people have now died in UK hospitals

The department of health and social care said as of 5pm yesterday 5,373 people who had tested positive for coronavirus have died in UK...

Adults with disabilities overlooked in Covid-19 crisis says professor

Low rates of testing for adults with disabilities and a higher death rate for those in work shows an urgent need to better support...