Clinuvel Pharmaceutical Publishes Positive Data on SCENESSE® in Rare Skin Disorder

Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals Limited: Physician-led pilot study successful in Hailey-Hailey disease, future Phase II in development Clinuvel... read more

28.10.2013 • By

Sir Patrick Sissons to Deliver The Frank May Clinical Sciences Lecture 2013 on Monday 21 October

Former Regius Professor of Physic at the University of Cambridge to deliver public lecture on Monday 21 October Issued by University of... read more

15.10.2013 • By Rocket Pop PR

Demand for Healthcare Mandatory Training Prompts Daily Courses to Be Introduced in Central London

Global Health Professionals Ltd (GHP) announced last week that their Mandatory Training will now be conducted daily at their central London... read more

15.05.2013 • By Global Health Professionals

Should You Be Able To Buy Your Contact Lenses Online Without A Prescription?

Buying prescription contact lenses online is the subject of continued debate due to the legislation that surrounds the purchase of contact lenses... read more

03.05.2013 • By

Online Contact Lens Retailer Launch Their New Website, the UK’s largest online retailer of contact lenses, is inviting all contact lens wearers to explore its new website which has been... read more

24.04.2013 • By

Grandmother’s dementia inspires Fixer to raise understanding of its effects.

A Lincoln Fixer whose grandmother suffers from dementia is campaigning to change attitudes towards the condition. Kayleigh Duddin, 22, wants... read more

08.03.2013 • By Fixers

VAPESTICK Claims Electronic Cigarette Is Not a Quit Smoking Device

The co-founder of VAPESTICK, one of the UK’s leading and most widely distributed brands of electronic cigarettes, has spoken out about the often... read more

07.03.2013 • By VAPESTICK

An apple a day wont keep the hay fever away...

Allergy UK reveals how having five a day can cause havoc for hay fever sufferers If pollen wasnt making the nation miserable enough, Allergy... read more

23.04.2012 • By Allergy UK

You Have It? HealthExpress Treat It!

Online clinic HealthExpress is working with Media Agency Group in order to increase brand awareness, with a multi-format initiative designed earn... read more

15.10.2013 • By Media Agency Group

New dance group started for young people in Wrexham and Mold

A young woman from Wrexham, who found confidence through dance, is working with a local group to help other young people in the area. Fixer... read more

14.10.2013 • By Fixers

Electronic Cigarette by Vapourbase Helping 5000 Customers Break Free of Tobacco Cigarettes

Electronic Cigarette Company Announces Milestone and Adds New Products One year after starting their company Vapourbase, the electronic cigarette... read more

11.10.2013 • By D Wesley

Hillingdon Mind launches support service for lesbian and gay people experiencing mental health problems...

Hillingdon Mind has recently employed a dedicated LGBT project coordinator whose sole role is to develop a support service for LGBT adults with... read more

10.10.2013 • By Hillingdon Mind

Cancer Victim Wins Free Hair Transplant

A young man who lost his hair while battling cancer is to be given a free hair transplant after winning a competition. Dean Williams was just... read more

08.10.2013 • By FUE Hair Clinics

Life with a hidden illness: young Harwich woman’s campaign to support people with ME

Fixer Ashleigh Lovett loves music and sport, but two years ago she was struck down with an illness that made following her passions much more... read more

08.10.2013 • By Fixers

Time to break the stigma: Bristol woman launches self-harm support website

A young woman from Bristol who has recovered from self-harm after a four year struggle, has created a website to improve support for anyone... read more

29.09.2013 • By Fixers


Men’s Health Survival of the Fittest is a high octane 10km running-based event that will once again see Battersea Power Station transformed into a... read more

26.09.2013 • By Rat Race Adventure Sports

Footballers tackle baldness and win, so why not you?

It seems that whilst footballers and their coaches may enjoy the immense trappings of success that are part and parcel of the professional game... read more

21.09.2013 • By FUE Hair Clinics

Counselling help for people with Aspergers and ADHD

Relate is the well respected charity providing support for all the family when they have difficulties in their relationships. Relate Dorset and... read more

02.09.2013 • By Relate Dorset and South Wiltshire

MotivatePT Give Away 12-Week Body Transformation Package To Ten Lucky Winners

Leading personal training brand, MotivatePT are giving away a 12-week body transformation package to 10 winners consisting of 2 personal training... read more

19.08.2013 • By MotivatePT

Facing facts: 44% of Bell’s Palsy Patients Do Not Receive Recommended Treatment

A recent study in the British Medical Journal[1] has revealed that almost half of patients with facial paralysis are not receiving recommended... read more

15.08.2013 • By Facial Palsy UK

UK Government threatens recuperative holidays for Chernobyl Children

Children from Belarus, the country worst affected by the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster, are currently enjoying happy summer holidays with English... read more

15.08.2013 • By Chernobyl Children's Project

Luton woman encourages young people in foster care to ‘open up’ and accept support

A young woman from Luton, who has been in foster care for over seven years, wants to encourage other young people in care to accept help when it is... read more

13.08.2013 • By Fixers

Young carers in Worcester highlight the challenges they face on a daily basis

A group of young carers from Worcester are campaigning for young people and teachers to understand the challenges they face on a daily basis.... read more

13.08.2013 • By Fixers

Sean Hepburn Ferrer becomes Rare Disease Day Ambassador

Sean Hepburn Ferrer has become a Rare Disease Day Ambassador for EURODIS, the European organisation for rare diseases. Sean Ferrer's mother, the... read more

07.08.2013 • By Pseudomyxoma Survivor

Professor Sue Hill OBE Officially Opens Action for Deafness Head Office

Thursday 1st August 2013 Professor Sue Hill OBE officially opened the new Action for Deafness Head Office on Sussex Road Haywards Heath on... read more

02.08.2013 • By Action for Deafness

Mandatory Training Updates More Important Following National Bereavement Survey 

After a national bereavement survey criticises the level of medical care from staff, mandatory training courses from agencies like Global Health... read more

05.08.2013 • By Global Health Professionals

Majority of Lens Wearers Unaware of UV Blocking Contact Lenses

We often think about wearing sunglasses to protect our eyes from the sun’s glare, but as a contact lens wearer do you know if your contact lenses... read more

02.08.2013 • By

PMP Awareness Month brings attention to rare cancer

Changes in bowel habit, loss of appetite and abdominal swelling are all symptoms of many common illnesses but they are are also key symptoms of... read more

31.07.2013 • By Pseudomyxoma Survivor

RLSB response to 'Big leap' towards curing blindness in stem cell study story

Britain has always had proud record as a world leader in research into preservation of sight. The news today is another major step long that... read more

22.07.2013 • By The Royal London Society for Blind People

Maintenance of air-conditioning vital to prevent Legionnaire’s disease

Well it looks like summer is finally here and with July promising to be a heat wave, air-conditioning across the country will start to be used that... read more

08.07.2013 • By Great Supplies

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