You are here

Health News

Dementia and food: a big appetite or no appetite?

Dementia and food: a big appetite or no appetite?

June 13 2019

No two people will have the same experience of dementia. And it’s not just about memories being lost. One area that may affect someone with dementia is their appetite.

Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Week

June 10 2019

Ade Adeniyi, consultant urological surgeon and medical director at our Emerson Green NHS Treatment Centre, is encouraging all men, and the partners who sup

High blood pressure: the silent killer. Could you have it?

High blood pressure: the silent killer. Could you have it?

June 6 2019

High blood pressure, or hypertension, rarely has noticeable symptoms. But if untreated, it increases your risk of serious problems such as heart attacks and strokes.

6 signs you may need cataract surgery

6 signs you may need cataract surgery

May 28 2019

​Cataract surgery is the most common procedure carried out by the NHS, with around 400,000 operations a year.It is estimated that around 2.5 million people aged

What causes cataracts?

What causes cataracts?

May 16 2019

Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Emersons Green NHS Treatment Centre Teresa Anthony explained: “Most cataracts form as part of the natural ageing process.

How to open up the conversation around death and dying

How to open up the conversation around death and dying

May 15 2019

When the mere mention of the inevitable end can stir up uncomfortable emotions, there rarely feels like a right time to bring it up. However, having these conversations before we have to have them, gives those around us the opportunity to air their fears, concerns, thoughts or wishes openly and in a relaxed environment.

Food allergies: the facts

Food allergies: the facts

May 9 2019

A food allergy reaction can range from a blocked nose or hives, to vomiting or difficulty breathing, to anaphylaxis. These reactions happen after eating a particular food that causes the immune system to mount an attack against the ‘enemy’ food. When this food is consumed again, the antibodies previously created will trigger and kick-start the allergic reaction.

Why you need to be washing your hands properly, every time!

Why you need to be washing your hands properly, every time!

May 2 2019

Only one in five people wash their hands with soap after going to the toilet. Many of those people will then go on to eat or prepare food for themselves or others leading to contamination and running the risk of causing illnesses such as food poisoning and flu.

Gardening after a total hip or knee replacement

Gardening after a total hip or knee replacement

April 29 2019

Having a new hip or knee doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your garden.We are a nation of keen gardeners.

White Coat Syndrome - How we can help?

White Coat Syndrome - How we can help?

April 24 2019

White Coat Syndrome, also known as White Coat Hypertension or the White Coat Effect, describes a patient experiencing high blood pressure and anxiety when

Pages

Media Contacts

We are happy to arrange interviews with a range of experts, commentary on industry issues and site visits for filming, photography or sound recording.  Please get in touch with your requirements and we will do our best to arrange a suitable response.   

Please note - these contact details are for media enquiries only. If you are currently using one of our services or are considering doing so, we can help you most effectively through the details provided on our Contact Us page.

01206 517 215

press.office@careuk.com