Archive for 'Hygiene'
Cases of gonorrhoea have jumped by 25 per cent in onee year, new official figures show- prompting criticism of the Government’s ‘safe sex’ message for teenagers.The new statistics from the Health Protection Agency show there were almost 21,000 new diagnoses of the disease in England in 2011, up from just under 17,000 in 2010. Dr […]
Posted: September 26th, 2012 under Care Professionals, Doctors, Health Professionals, Hygiene, Mixed Sex, Pregnancy, Preventable Crisis, Quangoes, Sexual Health, Social Health, Uncategorized.
Tags: Doctors, Health, Hygiene, pregnancy, preventable crisis, Quangos, Sexual health
A doctor has launched an appeal to reverse one of the fashion trends of the last decade, seen in the explosion of beauty salons offering bikini waxing, laser hair removal and “vajazzling”– jewelled decoration of the genitals.Emily Gibson, a family physician and head of a student health centre, called for an end to the “war […]
Posted: August 7th, 2012 under Accident & Emergencies, Cosmetic Surgery, Doctors, Health Professionals, Healthcare, Hygiene, Natural Health, Preventable Crisis, Sexual Health, Uncategorized.
Tags: Doctors, Health Professionals, healthcare, Hygiene, preventable crisis, Sexual health
One in ten women who give birth by caesarean section develop an infection, a study has found- which is a much higher rate than for similar operations.It suggests that 15,000 women a year in England suffer an infection after their caesarean birth, the researchers said. The study found that 9.6 per cent of women having […]
Posted: August 2nd, 2012 under Care Professionals, Doctors, Health Professionals, Healthcare, Hygiene, maternity, Obesity, Pregnancy, Preventable Crisis, Uncategorized.
Tags: Doctors, Health Professionals, healthcare, Hygiene, labour, maternity, obese
Health officials have issued a warning about the serious threat posed by the norovirus bug after an outbreak has seen cases jump by 20 per cent on this time last year.The winter diarrhoea and vomiting bug has affected 35 hospitals, with hundreds of beds unavailable after 27 wards were shut in the past two weeks […]
Posted: December 23rd, 2011 under Accident & Emergencies, Doctors, Health, Health Direct, Health Professionals, Health Websites, Healthcare, Hygiene, NHS Deaths, Patients, Preventable Crisis, Quangoes, Uncategorized.
Tags: Accident and Emergency, Health, Health Direct, Health Professionals, Health Websites, MRSA, Norovirus, Quangos, superbugs
Some women keep smoking through pregnancy just because they want to give birth to a smaller baby, according to British researchers. Even though most women now understand there is “overwhelming evidence” that smoking during pregnancy is harmful to the developing child, they continue to do so, said Professor Nick Macklon of Southampton University. He told […]
Posted: July 13th, 2011 under Heart Disease, Hygiene, maternity, NHS Deaths, Pregnancy, Preventable Crisis, smokers, Uncategorized.
Tags: Labour shambles, maternity, pregnancy, smokers, smoking ban
For the first time in over a decade there has been a drop in the number of new sexually transmitted infections in England new research reveals. The Health Protection Agency says although the reduction is small – only 1% down from the 424,782 cases diagnosed in 2009 – it is significant and a step in […]
Some dentists are overcharging NHS patients by hundreds of pounds a time, an undercover investigation has found. They are quoting patients up to £725 for work which should cost just £198, under the current three tiered payment system for NHS work. They are also commonly neglecting to offer patients a scale and polish alongside a […]
Posted: May 24th, 2011 under Conservatives, Dentistry, Health, Health Professionals, Hygiene, National Health Service, NHS, Private Healthcare, Uncategorized.
Tags: Conservatives, dentists, Health Professionals, Labour shambles, NHS charges, NHS Dentistry, private dentists, private health
New EU red tape has come into force banning hundreds of traditional herbal remedies. The EU red tape which kicked in on May 1st is claimed to protect consumers from possible damaging side-effects of over-the-counter herbal medicines. For the first time, new regulations will allow only long-established and quality-controlled medicines to be sold. But both […]
The emergence of antibiotic resistant infections has reached unprecedented levels and now outstrips our ability to fight it with existing drugs, European health experts are warning. Each year in the EU over 25,000 people die of bacterial infections that are able to outsmart even the newest antibiotics. The World Health Organization says the situation has […]
Posted: April 12th, 2011 under Doctors, Drugs, Health, Hygiene, National Health Service, NHS, NHS Deaths, Private Healthcare, Superbugs, Uncategorized.
Tags: MRSA, NHS, NHS Deaths, preventable crisis, private health, Risk of Drugs, superbugs
MRSA Action UK’s dismay at the government’s continued failings to inform the public of the need to protect themselves from Swine Flu and other infectious illnesses that have become a modern day plague. With H1N1 (Swine Flu), norovirus and the continuing threat from MRSA and Clostridium difficile in the community setting MRSA Action UK is […]
Posted: January 31st, 2011 under Accident & Emergencies, Health, Health Direct, Health Professionals, Hygiene, MRSA, National Health Service, NHS, NHS Deaths, swine flu, Uncategorized.
Tags: Andrew Lansley, C difficile, Clostridium difficile, H1N1, MRSA, NHS Deaths, preventable crisis, swine flu