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.
Peripheral artery disease is a type of vascular disease which affects the bodies blood vessels. Where many may experience little or no symptoms, others can find the symptoms of PAV debilitating with even walking becoming a challenge.
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with University of the West of Scotland. The research will focus on improving the care and well-being of dementia patients in a care home setting.
Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, affecting 55,000 women a year. We want to tackle the myths surrounding breast cancer.
On Saturday 26th September the public joined professional cyclists to Ride with the Pros in Louth, North East Lincolnshire
Human Rights and Dementia International Conference brings research and experts from all over the world, the conference is supported by HMT.
Research into the effects and symptoms of dementia is an area which HMT feels very passionate about. As a not for profit organisation, funding research is a huge part of HMT and something which we feel passionate about.