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What is a controlled substance

What is a Controlled Substance?

In the UK there are certain drugs that require additional monitoring and control from professional medical prescribers. This is because
What is Nomophobia

What is Nomophobia?

More than 7.2 billion people currently own a mobile phone, accounting for 91% of the population of the world. Mobile
What is COPD?

What is COPD?

COPD is a respiratory disease largely caused by smoking, with 9 out of 10 cases being attributed to smoking. What
What is Epilepsy

What is Epilepsy?

In the UK, there are around 600,000 people who suffer from epilepsy, which equates to around 1% of the population.
What is Mitochondrial Disease

What is Mitochondrial Disease?

According to statistics, mitochondrial disease is one of the most common types of genetic disease that occurs in at least
What is Sickle Cell

What is Sickle Cell?

Sickle cell disease affects up to 15,000 people in the UK, growing in number year on year. Currently, 1 in
What is a Stoma?

What is a Stoma?

According to Colostomy UK, around one in every 335 people in the United Kingdom have a stoma. Each year, around
What is Alcohol Poisoning?

What is Alcohol Poisoning?

According to the Alcohol Education Trust, 35% of all ambulance Accident & Emergency attendance costs are likely to be related
What is a Hiatal Hernia

What is a Hiatal Hernia?

A hiatal hernia is a fairly common issue. It is estimated that between 30-50% of the over 50’s population may
What is Adhesive Arachnoiditis

What is Adhesive Arachnoiditis?

Arachnoiditis is a painful condition that causes people to feel intense and debilitating pain, often in the back, as well
What is Parkinson's Disease?

What is Parkinson’s Disease?

In the United Kingdom, there are around 145,000 people with Parkinson’s disease. This figure is likely to increase by around
What is Paralysis?

What is Paralysis?

NHS statistics and charity data estimate that the number of people injured or diagnosed with a life-changing spinal cord injury
What is Neurofibromatosis?

What is Neurofibromatosis?

Neurofibromatosis is a rare condition that causes non-cancerous tumours to grow within the body. There are an estimated 25,000 people
What is Hepatitis?

What is Hepatitis?

Hepatitis simply means inflammation of the liver. There are several different types of hepatitis with varying prevalence across the UK
What is Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder?

What is Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder?

A woman’s menstrual cycle normally occurs monthly throughout a woman’s reproductive years as the lining of the womb gradually grows
What is Alopecia?

What is Alopecia?

According to a 2021 study of the epidemiology of alopecia areata in the UK, approximately 1 in every 4,000 people
What is cervical cancer

What is Cervical Cancer?

Each year, more than 3,200 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in the UK and this type of cancer can
What is Lipoedema?

What is Lipoedema?

According to Lipoedema UK, there could be as much as 11% of the female population with lipoedema. In 2014, there
What is Bells Palsy?

What is Bell’s Palsy?

Bell’s palsy is a condition marked by temporary facial paralysis, and is the most common cause of facial paralysis, accounting
What is IBS

What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?

Research suggests that at least one in ten people in the UK suffer from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and the
What is Lyme disease

What is Lyme Disease?

According to Public Health England, around 3,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year. This works
Tardive dyskinesia

Tardive Dyskinesia

Neurotransmitters are chemical messengers that the brain and muscles use to communicate with each other. When this messenger system works
What is Spina Bifida

What is Spina Bifida?

In September it was announced by the Department of Health that folic acid will be added to non-wholemeal wheat flour