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All about hydrocodone

All about Hydrocodone

Hydrocodone is a potent opioid pain reliever. It is commonly prescribed to manage moderate to severe pain. It works by
All about technology in healthcare

All about Technology in the Healthcare Sector

According to the UK government, artificial intelligence, robotics and digital medicine could change the functions and roles of clinical staff
All about strep A

All about Streptococcus A

Streptococcus A – or strep A as it’s most commonly referenced – has hit the headlines recently as infections caused
Infection Control in Care Environments

Infection Control in Care Environments

Infection control stands as an absolute imperative in care environments, where the well-being of vulnerable individuals hinges upon the highest
All about strep b

All about Streptococcus B

Between 20% and 40% of women carry streptococcal B bacteria naturally with no ill effects. This is usually in their
All about sepsis

All about Sepsis

In the UK, every year 245,000 people are affected by sepsis with at least 48,000 people losing their lives from
All about MSA

All about Multiple system atrophy (MSA)

Not many people have heard of multiple system atrophy (MSA). However, according to the MSA Trust, in the UK and

Everything you need to know about Norovirus

Globally, about 685 million cases of norovirus are reported each year. Of that estimate, over 200 million cases affect children.
All about ehlers-danlos syndrome

All about Ehlers-Danlos syndrome

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (EDS) is a group of inherited connective tissue disorders. These syndromes affect the structure and function of collagen,
All about aphasia

All about Aphasia

Aphasia (also called dysphasia) is a language disorder that affects a person’s ability to speak, understand, read and write. It
Effective Communication for Care Professionals

Effective Communication for Care Professionals

Effective communication is a vital component in providing quality care in the healthcare sector. Communication is essential for care professionals
All about Meniere's disease

All about Meniere’s disease

Estimates suggest that one in every 1,000 people in the UK have Ménière’s disease. It’s most common in those aged
Alternative careers for healthcare workers

Alternative careers for Healthcare workers

A healthcare professional is someone who has been formally trained to provide healthcare treatment and advice. Healthcare professionals can work
Support during menopause

Support during the menopause

The menopause usually occurs between the ages of 45 to 55. For women in the UK, the average age of
All about tinnitus

All About Tinnitus

Tinnitus is very common. According to NICE, in the UK, around 13% of adults (that’s 7.1 million people) experience persistent
Everything you need to know about MRSA

Everything you need to know about MRSA

MRSA has often been featured in the news. The antibiotic-resistant superbug seems to spread through healthcare settings like wildfire. Around
All about abdominal migraines

All about Scarlet Fever

Scarlet fever is a bacterial infection caused by group A streptococcus bacteria. In the UK, the incidence of scarlet fever
All about abdominal migraines

All about Abdominal Migraines

Abdominal migraine is a common cause of chronic abdominal pain, most often seen in children. The condition affects approximately 4%
All about cataracts

All about Cataracts

According to the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), cataracts affect around 2.5 million people aged 65 or over