Welcome to your weekly NHS news round-up – where we collect the most important news regarding the National Health Service and put it all in once place for you. This week’s NHS news includes: 38 hospitals are ‘as dangerous as Grenfell Tower’ Read More
Archives for June 2017
Citizens Advice have found that care home prices rose on average £900 during 2015/16. It seems thousands of elderly people are facing hiked prices to the fees that they pay. Over 400 care homes in England were included in their study. The study Read More
One person every two minutes is diagnosed with diabetes. Currently there are four million people suffering from diabetes in the UK.
According to a study by the Medical Protection Society (MPS) the annual cost to the NHS in England of settling clinical negligence claims is set to double by 2023.
According to analysis, it’s not enough to be a fit elderly person to avoid falls. You can read more about the study on Science 2.0. The analysis looked at how many hours older people exercised and how well they could balance in Read More
Reports have revealed that staying active in older age can help prevent damaging brain conditions, such as Alzheimer’s. The research found that simply walking every day can help prevent memory loss and other mental decline that is often linked with ageing. The more Read More