New campaign launched to tackle the calorie creep

Public Health England (PHE) today launches its new ‘One You’ campaign to help people tackle the ‘calorie creep’ that sees 63% of adults in...

Digital wound monitoring solution launches across Greater Manchester

A new digital platform to support remote monitoring of complex wounds has begun rolling out across Greater Manchester. ‘WoundPad’ was collaboratively designed and developed by...

New Manchester study reveals a mixed picture on the sexual difficulties and satisfaction for...

Urinary incontinence in later life is a common health problem that can negatively impact sexual health, new Manchester research shows. The findings  reveal a mixed...

Brass bands can improve your health and wellbeing, study shows

Stress relief, improved mental health and lungs like an elite sports star are just some of the ways playing in a brass band can...
A major review into the UK Government’s handling of the pandemic and its impact on the NHS, the health of the population, and doctors

The UK Government ‘failed in its duty of care’ to doctors and the healthcare...

A major review into the UK Government’s handling of the pandemic and its impact on the NHS, the health of the population, and doctors,...

Covid self isolation period for contacts and holiday quarantine is to be cut from...

The Covid-19 self isolation period for contacts and holiday quarantine is to be cut from 14 to 10 days from Monday, the Government has...

Fifth of GPs are foreign and work in poorest communities, research shows

New figures compiled by University of Manchester researchers have revealed that one fifth of practising GPs in England trained abroad and typically work in...

An aspirin a day keeps the bowel doctor away

A regular dose of aspirin to reduce the risk of inherited bowel cancer lasts at least 10 years after stopping treatment, research has revealed. The...

Join Prostate Cancer UK in saying: ‘Men, we are with you’ and sign up...

Men, we are with you.’ This is the message from leading men’s health charity, Prostate Cancer UK, as their March for Men fundraising event returns to...

Almost half of virus sufferers report depression

Almost half of people testing positive for coronavirus have reported symptoms of depression, according to a new study published in the International Journal of...