Posts Tagged ‘UK’

Make Sure You’re Covered with a Good Healthcare Plan

For many people good health is an essential part of every day life, from being able to go to work, day in day out, to earn your living, to place food on the table, to look after your family both financially and in a social setting and to enjoy your hobbies whether that be a […]

Routes into nursing – what are your options?

Nursing is a challenging but hugely rewarding profession, and whether you’re planning to work for the NHS or a private healthcare, you’re guaranteed a career that’s always filled with variation, opportunities and new people. Depending on your background and prior experience, there are several different routes into a nursing role – this article will help […]

NHS in London spent almost £13m on public relations in the last three years

The BBC has reported that the NHS in London spent almost £13m on public relations in the last three years. A BBC London investigation has found the information and claims the costs are enough to recruit 600 nurses. Around £9.7m was spent on press officers’ salaries at hospitals and primary care trusts (PCTs), while private […]

Help Prevent Undiagnosed Hearing Loss

Around two million people in the UK use a hearing aid. It’s surprising fact also, that hearing loss affects more than 50% of over 60’s. There are many ways to help prevent and treat hearing loss and one such company is Amplifon. Amplifon can offer information and advice to help improve hearing quickly. You’ll find […]

What to expect from laser eye surgery

If you wear glasses or contact lenses, it’s likely you’ve heard about laser eye surgery – a common medical procedure to correct vision in one or both eyes. Laser (or LASIK, short for laser-assisted in situ keratomiluesis) treatment has become popular in recent years as it offers a convenient, relatively painless procedure that can reduce […]

HPC changes name to HCPC

On Wednesday 1 August 2012 the Health Professions Council (HPC) changed their name to the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). The decision to change the name was made by government and is being brought about by the Health and Social Care Act 2012, which will also see the HCPC taking on the regulation of […]

Curry and Cancer

The BBC reported recently about new medical research in the fight against bowel cancer. A report claims that Curcumin (a chemical found in curry spice ‘Turmeric’) is being tested to see how successful it could be in helping kill bowel tumours in patients. It is already known that Curcumin has a range of other health […]

BBC reports NHS hospital loans under PFI in question

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, is spending 14% of its income on repayments to a private finance initiative (PFI). The […]

Back Injuries & Compensation

Back injuries are life changing, claim your rightful compensation today Whatever the incident, back injuries are a common result – and everything from the level to the manageability of the problem and pain tends to be unique from person to person. So, whether you’ve had whiplash or a serious spinal injury, it is worth looking […]

Critical Illness Cover; Some Frequently Asked Questions

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 need to grind yourselves down with negativity. In fact, critical illness cover as seen here […]

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