Following his positive Covid-19 test, US President Donald Trump was admitted to Walter Reed hospital and given a cocktail of
‘People can wait a YEAR before recognising they have an eating disorder’: Beat bust bulimia myths in Heaton Park
A turn-of-the-season September morning saw a group of people on Heaton Park surrounded by fluttering banners as Beat, a charity dedicated to helping people suffering from eating disorders, came to Manchester last month.
Manchester are more sex savvy than the rest of the country, separating the myth from the muff when faced with a list of fanny falsities.
Hospital care for self-harm patients has been linked to a higher risk of death, in particular admission to a psychiatric bed, in a University of Manchester study.
Manchester’s LGBT Foundation is teaming up with leading health professionals working in tobacco control in a bid to ‘bring smoking out of the closet’.
‘Devastating’ global impact of parasitic worms and allergies may be eradicated thanks to Manchester Uni study
Parasitic worms and allergies have a ‘devastating’ impact on the lives of billions around the globe – but now the University of Manchester is taking steps to tackle our currently ‘limited’ understanding of these conditions and how to treat them.
The team Manchester university have developed a new combination of drugs in attempt to tackle the disease.
Is your sex life suffering because you can no longer get it up? Is a night in with the missus just not what it used to be? Viagra – it will solve all your problems in the bedroom… or will it?
The young Chorlton man petitioning for cannabis oil on the NHS to treat his chronic pain says he never wanted his life to be like this.
A controversial personal DNA test that can tell people whether they are at risk of cancer and other diseases is now available in the UK.
Vitamin C can CURE cancer but won’t be funded for human trials because money can’t be made on it, claim an alternative therapy doctor promoting the £3,000 treatment across Manchester.