Right now there are more than 100,000 people in the UK living with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), the incurable illness that damages the cells in the immune system, making it harder for your body to fight everyday infections.Acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) is the name given to describe the potentially life-threatening infections that can happen as a result of an immune system that has been damaged by the HIV virus and early diagnosis is crucial to prevent these from developing.
Professional boxer Tyson Fury has opened up about experiencing severe mental health issues, which resulted in him contemplating taking his own life.While speaking with television presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on ITV’s This Morning, Fury said he has had suicidal thoughts since around 2012, having previously experienced periods of depression.
“I'm experiencing a lot of things a lot earlier than expected!!! Bright orange Colostrum was another treat.”
With the number of people with diabetes in the UK doubling over the past two decades, it’s important that people are educated on the symptoms, causes and effects of the chronic condition.There are currently around 3.7 million diagnosed cases of diabetes across the country, with many at risk of developing some forms of the disease due to factors such as childhood obesity.
“If you are a mum and don’t immediately recognise the expression 'invisible load,' I can guarantee you are more familiar with it than you believe.”
The mum-of-six doesn't mind if her kids go to school "stinky" and lets them eat dinner with their hands.
An endurance runner from Dorset has become the first person to run a marathon in every country in the world.Nick Butter said he felt “reborn” after setting the world record of running the 26.2 mile race in all 196 United Nations-recognised countries following completion of the Athens Classic Marathon in Greece on 10 November.
Approximately 1.4m British people are using “street cannabis” to treat medically-diagnosed chronic health conditions, a poll has found.Previous research estimated between 50,000 and 1.1m people in the UK regularly use cannabis bought illegally as a form of medicinal treatment.