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Nick Sanderson, CEO, Audley Retirement Villages said: “The social care shortfall is edging ever closer to a full blown crisis and we now find ourselves in a situation where underfunding is at such a critical point, the quality of care…

fitness and activity

Survey reveals that 46% of UK workers can’t fit exercise into their daily schedules. This is a particularly big problem for those aged between 25 and 34, with 52% claiming they do not have the time. The results are reflective…

Meningococcal B infection has for decades been the largest cause of life-threatening meningitisin the UK Teenagers carry the infection more than any other age group Introducing the MenB vaccine for babies was a major step forward, but only about one…

New partnership helps fulfill goal of a cooperative approach to cancer advocacy and prevention  The Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) today welcomed the Movember Foundation as a Visionary Partner of World Cancer Day, a global movement that unites the…

The failure by general hospitals to integrate physical and mental healthcare services is leading to poor care for patients with a physical illness who also happen to have a mental health condition, the latest report from the National Confidential Enquiry…

Giant murals are bringing the outdoors to patients at the new £4.7m Woolverstone Macmillan Cancer Centre in Suffolk, thanks to a collaboration between leading arts & health consultants Willis Newson and Macmillan Cancer Support. The new Woolverstone Macmillan Centre at…

Food, work, stress- Image of fruit as part of a good sugar reduced diet

A study commissioned by the Mayor’s Fund for London gives insights into diets of children living in poorer households. It shows that one in five children living in low-income households have a maximum of just one piece of fruit and…

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Responding to today’s NHS performance figures from NHS England and numerous recent reports about winter pressure on the health and care system and an A&E crisis, Stephen Dalton, Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, said: “Pressure on A&E departments is…

alcohol-related-deaths, alcohol-harm

One third (31%) of UK adults drink alcohol too much and are exceeding weekly alcohol guidelines, according to data from Britain’s Healthiest Workplace*, developed by VitalityHealth and delivered in partnership with the University of Cambridge, RAND Europe and Mercer. Britain’s…