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Cervical Cancer Prevention Week: Taking steps to reduce the burden of cervical cancer

To support Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, our article explores preventative measures that, if adequately implemented, could significantly reduce the burden of cervical cancer.

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The big “C” or CV?

How can we extend medical education to all communities to change behaviours and reduce the impact of these to fatal diseases?

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Time to put cardiovascular disease firmly back in the spotlight
Time to put cardiovascular disease firmly back in the spotlight

Since the 1960s – when more than half of all deaths in the UK were attributable to cardiovascular disease (CVD) – tremendous progress has been made in terms of improving treatments and awareness of the impacts of lifestyle among the general public. However, there has been a worrying decline in statistical improvement over the last 10 years, our article looks at why…

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Movember 2019
Men’s health awareness: A ‘mo’-numental effort

To support Movember and its important mission to help to avoid premature death in men, our article explores the three main threats to men’s health.

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N24: A tiresome disorder

Non-24-Hour Sleep–Wake Disorder (N24) is a rare, debilitating disorder that affects 55%–70% of the blind population and a small proportion of the sighted population. To help raise awareness for those affected by N24, this article explains the mechanism of the disorder, the extent to which it affects their lives, the difficulties in diagnosis and available treatments.

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Anti-biotic resistance: The silent pandemic
Antibiotic resistance: The silent pandemic

Today, 18 November, marks the start of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, an annual event that aims to improve awareness of one of the biggest threats to global health today: antibiotic resistance

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WORLD Obesity Day
The impact of obesity as a cancer risk factor

To mark World Obesity Day, our article looks at the link between obesity and cancer to help people make more informed choices.

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World Sight Day 2019 Vision First
World Sight Day: Vision First!

For World Sight Day 2019, our article looks at some of the most common causes of avoidable blindness and how we can tackle this problem globally.

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World Mental Health Day 2019
World Mental Health Day 2019: A day for “40 seconds of action”

It is estimated that 800,000 people take their lives each year globally, equating to one person every 40 seconds. For World Mental Health Day, our article aims to improve awareness of suicide, reduce stigma and let those who are struggling know they are not alone.

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Jon Hallows shares his experience as a parent who's son has been diagnosed with PANDAS
PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day: A parent’s story

To help raise awareness and understanding of these rare and often underdiagnosed diseases, Jon Hallows, Joint MD at Porterhouse shares his own experience as a parent of a son recently diagnosed with PANDAS

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PANDAS/PANS Awareness: What are PANDAS and PANS?

For PANDAS/PANS Awareness Day, we would like to help raise awareness and understanding of these often underdiagnosed diseases.

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD)
Focus on age-related macular degeneration

To support National Eye Health Week and World Retina Day, our article aims to promote good eye health and raise awareness for those affected by age-related macular degeneration (AMD)

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