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Here in Britain we have a plethora of different perks not afforded to those living in other less – or even more – fortunate countries. The ability to seek whiplash compensation in the advent of a car accident is one…

Of all the things, persons and institutions we trust the most, our healthcare probably lies at the top. We literally trust our doctors with our lives and so, when things go wrong the mental effects can be intensely damaging. Add…

A recent article by the BBC has shed light on a political row which has erupted over the legacy of PFI for the health service as one hospital trust faces insolvency. South London Healthcare, a merger of three hospital trusts,…

There is a misconception where critical illness cover is concerned, and it might even be one which you too have thought about at one point or another. Yes, surely nobody wants to think about such things, but there is no…

Domiciliary care, or homecare, are both common terms used to describe the support and personal care which some people receive in their own home. Providing support services can be a rewarding venture if carried out to correct standards of care,…

Rebecca Parker runs a chiropodists in Worcester, England. In this article Rebecca writes about nail care and nail pathologies. Nail Care It is essential to look after toenails as we spend many hours of each day on our feet, and…

The importance of good quality and accurate equipment for healthcare professionals cannot be stressed enough, and as concerns grow over the standards of NHS care, it is more important than ever before for healthcare providers to be mindful of this.…

The Health Professions Council (HPC) has been set up in the UK to help protect the general public when seeking advice and treatment from a health professional. The HPC, as it is also known, is a regulator of health professionals.…