More than 70 avid cyclists of all ages and abilities took up an opportunity to cycle alongside professional athletes from the Tour Series champions JLT Condor team on Saturday 3rd June. JLT Condor teammates Russ Downing and Graham Briggs were split among three cycling groups as they travelled from St Hugh’s Hospital in Grimsby through […]
Nominations are now open for Sancta Maria’s #SanctaSupportingSwansea initiative.
The service will be provided by Tom Cooper, Clinical Director of ACE Feet in Motion. ACE are specialists in the treatment of many common, chronic and acute conditions affecting the lower limbs.
High blood pressure often shows no signs or symptoms but can play a big role in the overall health of the cardiovascular system, lifestyle factors can have an effect on blood pressure but sometimes medication may be prescribed.
Summer is approaching fast, with better weather comes a higher pollen count, meaning that people who suffer from hay fever will begin to see their symptoms worsen. Here are HMT’s top tips for keeping itchy eyes, running noses and sneezes at bay.
World Health Day is marked every year and is sponsored by World Health Organisation (WHO), the day marks the organisations founding and is used to draw worldwide attention to the importance of health. To help celebrate, here’s HMT’s top tips for leading a healthy lifestyle.
Scarlet fever is on the rise in the UK, with a dramatic increase in diagnosed cases since last year. The infection can usually be treated with antibiotics which will be prescribed from your doctor. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about the extremely contagious condition.
Most people at some point in their lives have wanted to lose some weight, extreme diets are a dangerous way to lose a lot of weight in a short amount of time and can cause serious health issues. Find out what is classed as an extreme diet and the dangerous effects they have.
A stroke is a life-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate attention, it is the result of a lack of blood to the brain due to clotting and can be fatal. Spotting the signs early and getting treatment immediately can reduce the severity of the effects, look out for the FAST symptoms and call 999 if you think someone is having a stroke.
Sepsis is a rare but very serious complication of an infection which is dubbed the ‘silent killer’, it is caused by the way the body responds to germs, such as bacteria getting into your body. It is vitally important that as soon as you see signs of sepsis you call 999 and get treatment immediately to reduce the damage sepsis can cause.