A study has found that a protein released from fat in the body can cause non-cancerous cells to turn into cancerous ones.
Whatever sport you are competitively engaged in pre-season training and injury assessment is essential in your preparations for the next season.
A scientist from New York has caused a stir in the world of nutrition by claiming that salt is necessary and good for us.
To ensure you fully enjoy your holiday without the worry of what damage the sun is doing to your skin and eyes, we’ve put together some top tips.
Stress Urinary Incontinence is a common problem and can affect a woman's quality of life, including restrictions on physical activity and water intake
Tennis elbow is a common conditions, often occurring due to overuse or trauma in the muscles that attach to the elbow or straighten the wrist.
This week is it national macular week. But what is macular degeneration and what can be done to treat it.
Mr Andrew Cobb, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Ashtead Hospital, performed his 50th ConforMIS total knee replacement.
Ashtead Hospital enjoyed an evening of rounders, raising £950 for Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance.
This week is National Diabetes Week. Diabetes is a chronic disease that affects around 2.2 million people in the UK.
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