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Who Is Most at Risk of Flu Complications?

Influenza, or flu as it's usually commonly called, is a pretty unpleasant virus to have. Some people claim to have the flu every time they get a common cold, but, while colds aren't very nice, they won't usually have you as ill as the flu will. With actual flu, you can expect stiff and achy muscles, a fever and high fatigue on top of the usual cold symptoms. For most people, as nasty as it is, the flu isn't a serious condition. Read More 

Understanding the Different Types of Prostate Cancer Surgery

Receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis is a daunting prospect for many men that only becomes more worrying when you're facing surgery. Most men who require an operation undergo a radical prostatectomy, which involves removing the prostate and some of the surrounding organs and lymph nodes to reduce the risk of the cancer spreading to other areas. By learning more about the different types of procedures in advance, the process may become less worrying. Read More 

Be Careful in the Sun if You’re in One of These Groups

With the sun's ultraviolet rays being the major cause of skin cancers, limiting exposure to them is by far the best way to reduce your risk. Reducing your time outside on sunny days, wearing sunscreen, and protecting yourself with clothing are all effective ways to help minimise the chance of skin cancer. For some people, though, the risk is slightly higher, and it helps you know if you fall into one of these groups. Read More 

Near Or Far: Should You Choose On-Site Or Off-Site First Aid Training For Your Workforce?

Having your employees trained in essential first aid techniques can (quite literally) be a lifesaver for your business, and in many cases having at least some of your workforce trained in these life saving techniques is a legal requirement. As such, you will want to ensure that your employees recieve the most effective and efficient training possible, and to achieve that you will have to decide where you want the training to take place. Read More 

Never Mind the Gap: Cosmetic Treatments for Spaces Between Teeth

A gap between the teeth is a dental features that divides people. Some who have a gap are perfectly happy with it, while others dislike it strongly and are desperate to change it. The thing with having a gap between teeth is that it's normally at the front. That can make people very aware of its existence, and if you think it looks unattractive, it will make you self-conscious when you talk or smile. Read More