A recent plan to improve care, diagnosis, treatment and awareness of neurological conditions from epilepsy to Parkinson's disease will be discussed further for early execution.
Over 500,000 people in Wales have been victims of bad care and late diagnosis with 10,000 living with illnesses which are life long.
AstraZeneca informed this week that it has moved its experimental biotech drug benralizumab to the last set of tests and clinical trials. This is a new drug launched by the company for severe asthma.
The initiation of the Phase III study programme for the medicine finally reaches the pharmaceutical giants' final testing stage.
Prince Charles, of Wales has confessed that he used to smoke as a little boy in hiding behind a chicken coop.
He was talking to a team of respiratory nurses, and told them that he finally gave it up at age 11. He talked about the revolting act at a reception at Clarence House.
A research has come up with findings that will surprise you for sure. Babies can remember music that they hear in the womb for nearly four months post-birth.
The study was conducted by Finnish researchers. It saw 12 pregnant women provided with a CD to listen loudly five times a week during the last three months of their pregnancy.
Wells Liberal Democrat MP Tessa Munt has warned that the British breakfast will come to an end if its sugar content is reduced. A half-hour debate will be organized by Ms. Munt, of Axbridge over the issue. The debate on ‘Revision of Jam and Similar Products (England) Regulations 2003’ will be in the House of Commons' Westminster Hall at 11am today.
The National Audit Office report has opened up on the topic that frequently gets discussed for the UK.
Accident and Emergency Unit often remains packed with patients, but the report has revealed that over a million patients a year gets admitted in A&E unit at the time when they could have bene treated in general wards.
On Wednesday, the British bank Barclays revealed that its profit increased to 728 million pounds ($1.2 billion) in the third quarter. Barclays also emerged out to be the latest bank to admit that it had received inquiries from supervisors who were looking into the probable manipulation of foreign exchange.
According to a warning issued by the health officials the usage of reusable shopping bags could prove to be a health hazard caused by food contamination.
Irish shoppers have become frequent users of "bags for life" since the year 2002 when the initial plastic bag was banned.
Little boys living in Scotland's most denied groups can now hope to live to only 46 years of age in a healthy state of body after which they will start developing health problems.
Another Scottish Government report suggests sound healthy individuals are going to reduce in the poorest neighbourhoods, augmenting the crevice between the rich and poor people.
Latest reports show that as many as 75 percent of the organ donors in Scotland during the last five years have no records whatsoever in the organ donor register at the time of their death.
These figures were revealed amidst several campaign to encourage more Scots to inform their families about their wish to donate their organs after their death.
In a remarkable improvement in Sunderland around 12,100 smokers have quit their habit this month along with people from the North East.
These new quitters have now added to the already existing 250,000 quitters earlier in the entire country giving it a tough fight and coming out as a winner in the end during the month of October which is celebrated as Stoptober.
The Scottish Government has received a report of maternity hospitals when inspectors for cleanliness discovered blood stained beddings and dirty cot-beds for babies.
Representatives of the -Healthcare Environment Inspectorate (HEI) reported the matter straight to the Government officials when they found blood stains on bed rails and bed controls.
Scientists in the UK may now be able to provide a test for breast cancer which will classify it in seven different kinds.
Nottingham researchers said in the British Journal of Cancer that doctors may get huge benefits from the test and be able to treat the patients better which will in turn improve the rate of survival for them.
A recent study says that there are certain advantages of controlling ones emotions but too much check on them during very stressful conditions can be equally bad for them.
Doctor Allison Troy, a psychological scientist and lead researcher said that everyone can adjust their emotions by cognitive reappraisal.
The revolutionary product allowing men to test their sperm count at home is now on sale in Britain at the pharmacy giant Boots.
This week Boots started the sale of SpermCheck Male Fertility Test which enables to get an accurate sperm count at home within few minutes and is as good as the test done in professional labs.