Category: Health

How to Make Your Office Chair More Comfortable

Posted on: April 7, 2021

If you work at an office, it is very likely that you will spend a lot of time sitting in your chair. For this reason, it is essential that your chair is as comfortable to sit in as possible. It doesn’t really matter whether you are using your office chair…

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What Equipment Would You Find in a Doctor’s Surgery?

Posted on: April 2, 2021

A doctor’s surgery contains a lot of important equipment for the testing, diagnosing and treatment of patients. Keeping this expensive stock safe is a priority for all surgery managers. What equipment would you find in a doctor’s surgery? Well, there will be blood pressure monitors, stethoscopes, stored medications, personal protective…

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Why it is Important to Keep Lab Equipment Clean

Posted on: March 27, 2021

In many pharmaceutical companies, there are large areas of used medical equipment. Because these devices are used often, they will inevitably contain some bacteria and germs. By keeping your used medical lab equipment clean, you can significantly reduce the risk of introducing these bacteria and germs into your work space.…

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What is the MHRA?

Posted on: March 25, 2021

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) is an administrative body of the Department of Health and Social Care within the United Kingdom that is responsible for assuring that medical devices and medicines are suitable and are properly approved for use. The MHRA has four main functions; to regulate…

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What Type of Care Is Available For Older People?

Posted on: February 23, 2021

It is very surprising what type of care is available for older people these days. It used to be that nursing homes were the only option available that were designed around the needs of the elderly. However, with more elderly people wishing to remain at home, the retirement home industry…

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Coping with hair loss from cancer treatment

Posted on: January 5, 2021

How to cope with cancer and hair loss can be a tough question to answer for many people. You often feel as if your entire life has come to a standstill with the knowledge that you will have to fight cancer. However, although many people may feel this way, there…

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The science behind flavour

Posted on: January 5, 2021

We all know that flavour is incredibly important when it comes to creating beautiful dishes. The world’s top chefs have extensively refined palettes and they have harnessed this over years and years of work and experience. Flavour can come from ingredients in their natural state as well as from Flavouring…

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How to Care for Your Scalp

Posted on: December 9, 2020

When you are looking at how to care for your hair, there is no doubt that one of the most important things that you will need to be aware of is that your hair needs a certain amount of moisture to stay healthy and strong. It is important to remember…

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Germs that can be lurking in your workplace

Posted on: December 2, 2020

Why is it that it’s not long before the whole office has come down with the same bug when one person comes to work unwell? Even if we know we’re supposed to stay at home while we’re sick, if you have a demanding boss, too much past illness, or deadlines…

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What Is a Plant-Based Milk?

Posted on: November 20, 2020

If you’ve been hearing about plant-based milk lately, you may be curious about what all the fuss is about. It seems like just a label, right? But as more people find themselves lactose intolerant and seeking alternatives to dairy, plant milk has become more popular. Image credit Plant-based milk basically…

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What are the absolute basics of food safety?

Posted on: October 23, 2020

When it comes to handling food, cooking it and storing it, safety is paramount to avoid the risk of foodborne illness. Here are some of the basic stages for the safe preparation of food so you can keep yourself and customers free from harm: Keep clean – surfaces should be…

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How Do I Find Out What Condom to Buy?

Posted on: September 15, 2020

With such a large market, it can be tough to make the best buying decisions for yourself. The internet has revolutionized everything, from the music industry to online dating and even dating itself. The fact is, when it comes to finding out what condoms to buy you can now be…

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Substances that can cause damage to your lungs

Posted on: August 20, 2020

There are many things that could be poisoning your lungs and that is not even talking about prescription drugs. Most people don’t know this but there are a lot of chemicals that can be found in most homes and that have been proven to damage your lungs. One of the…

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What to Expect in a Care Home

Posted on: August 20, 2020

When thinking about moving to a care home, it can be a daunting process. You need to consider how you will pay for your stay, what your needs are, and what kind of environment you prefer. All of these things can make the difference between living the good life in…

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Getting the right Vitamins and Minerals to take

Posted on: July 2, 2020

With our ever changing work life and busy home lives, it’s easy to forget that we need to maintain our mineral uptake. With that in mind what are the most important vitamins that you need to take in tablet form. Some are so important you’d not be surprised to find…

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Be Careful of Purchasing a Lockdown Puppy

Posted on: June 15, 2020

As with many things in life, dog breeds seem to go in and out of fashion. Some, such as Labradors, golden retrievers and collies tend to stand the test of time, as well as this these breeds are useful working dogs, as guide dogs, gun dogs and sheep dogs. The…

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What is the difference between an adaptive phase study and a clinical trial

Posted on: May 26, 2020

Studies for medical and clinical purposes have been carried for centuries. The first studies were very basic and these have now expanded to include the more detailed Adaptive Phase 1 Studies like those available from But what are the differences between these newer studies and your more traditional clinical…

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Three of the Main Reasons That US Hospitals Close

Posted on: October 9, 2019

Many hospitals across the US are at crisis point as they have to deal with numerous issues, including Medicaid and Medicare underpayments and decreasing patient numbers in some areas. This is resulting in an increasing number having to close and here we examine three of the main reasons why this…

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