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Men are being urged to talk the talk and walk the walk, to highlight health issues that are causing thousands of premature deaths in the UK. It is part of this year’s Movember campaign, where men grow moustaches to encourage awareness of killer diseases such as prostate and testicular cancer as well as poor mental health. Now they are also being asked to become ‘a walking, talking advertisement’ to show that taking early action really can save lives.
Bowel Cancer Awareness Month runs throughout April.
Ovarian cancer is often called ‘the silent killer’ but early detection can lead to successful treatment for sufferers.
A Kent professor, who is pioneering stem cell techniques that could massively reduce the need for knee replacement surgery, has been awarded one of the UK’s top medical honours.
Here comes winter and almost everyone seems to have a cough! But if your cough lasts for three weeks or more it could be something more serious than a ‘bit of a cold’.
The Movember movement first launched in Australia in 2003 with focus on men’s health issues is generally considered to be an international success. But it seems far too many men are still keeping their health worries to themselves.
It is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK and next year another 60,000 people are expected to be diagnosed with breast cancer - that is almost one person every 10 minutes!
A new smartphone app - described by the inventor as ‘a physiotherapist in your living room’ - is being trialled at a Kent hospital.
Thousands of people every year are suffering unnecessarily from a symptom that, once diagnosed, can be easily treated, says Kent surgeon.