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What is a stroke

What is a Stroke?

According to the Stroke Association, someone in the UK has a stroke every five minutes, adding up to around 100,000
What is menopause

What is Menopause?

Menopause is a natural part of life for almost every woman between 45 and 55 in the world. However, menopause
What is mesothelioma

What is Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma kills over 2,500 people each year. It is a type of cancer that occurs in the lining of some
What is thrombophilia

What is Thrombophilia?

Thrombophilia causes problems with blood clotting. People with this condition have blood that clots too much and they also have
What Is Hospice Care

What is Hospice Care?

The word hospice was first used in 19th-century France to describe a place specifically for the dying. Today, about 30%
What Is IVF

What is IVF?

The first person in the world to be born through In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) was Louise Brown, who was born
What is Pre-Eclampsia?

What is Pre-Eclampsia?

According to the pregnancy charity Tommy’s, pre-eclampsia affects as many as 6% of pregnant women in the United Kingdom. Between
What is motor neurone disease

What is Motor Neurone Disease?

Every day in the United Kingdom, six people are diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND). At any one time, there
What is MS

What is MS?

According to the MS Society, there are more than 130,000 people with a multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis in the United
What is ME

What is ME?

Myalgic encephalomyelitis  ME, or myalgic encephalomyelitis, is a chronic (long-term) neurological condition with fluctuating symptoms. A person with ME will
What is lupus

What is Lupus?

There are around 50,000 people in the UK who have lupus, according to Lupus UK, which is approximately 1 in
What is vertigo

What is Vertigo?

According to research, five people in every thousand in the UK consult their GP every year due to vertigo. This
What is physiotherapy

What is Physiotherapy?

The UK has over 31,600 practising physiotherapists according to the statistics website Statista. This has almost doubled from pre-2000 levels.
What is palliative care

What is Palliative Care?

Figures from the Office of Health Economics show that around 378,000 people receive palliative care each year in England alone.
What is Sjögren’s syndrome

What is Sjögren’s syndrome?

Discovered in Sweden in the early 19th century, Sjögren’s syndrome is named after ophthalmologist Henrik Sjögren when he noticed that
What is rheumatoid arthritis

What is Rheumatoid Arthritis?

In the UK, around 1% of the population has rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, which makes it the most common type
Waste disposal in hospital

Waste Disposal in Hospitals

The NHS is Britain’s backbone – propping us up when we need it. It’s a vital resource that’s free at
What is reactive arthritis

What is Reactive Arthritis?

Reactive arthritis is an uncommon inflammatory condition, occurring in just 1 in 1,000 adults worldwide. Unlike other forms of arthritis,
Hospital discharge process

Hospital Discharge Process

Before the COVID pandemic, hospital admissions in the UK for the year 2019/2020 were 17,202,558. Of these, 6,509,586 were emergency
What is reablement

What is Reablement?

Reablement has been an active approach in healthcare for over a decade, with its continuation being accredited to its positive
What is Raynaud's

What is Raynaud’s?

This disorder is named after the French physician Maurice Raynaud, who first described the condition in the 1800s. According to
What is pneumonia

What is Pneumonia?

During the first eight months of 2020, England and Wales saw 13,619 people die from pneumonia. To compare, there were
Oral health care

Oral Health Care in Care Homes

According to NICE (the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence), over 50% of elderly adults living in a care