In our third blog about the results of FERTILITY5050, we’re exploring opinions on sex and conception. What sexual practices do people consider more important when trying for a baby?
Here’s what we asked.Continue reading
July saw the launch of our new male fertility supplement, FERTILITY+. As part of our preparations, we wanted to find out more about people’s attitude towards conception, so in June we carried out a sweeping survey of 2, 052 people to find out exactly what they think on a whole range of related topics.
The results were truly surprising. The FERTILITY5050 survey gives a fascinating insight into the evolving world of fertility, and the journey millennials are taking towards parenthood.Continue reading
Suffering a stroke is a stressful moment for anyone, however, new research shows even having a 'mini stroke' can bring with it the onset of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Continue reading
There’s a wealth of evidence to suggest that the habits we form as children greatly influence our future health. Continue reading
Prostate cancer affects one in eight men, yet many people don’t know enough about the condition.
Get the facts on prostate cancer and learn how you can prevent its development. Continue reading
Everyone knows the suns rays can be harmful to skin causing sunburn, wrinkles and in worst-case scenarios, skin cancer. It is common knowledge that to protect your skin you should wear sunscreen or sun-block, but research suggests that diet could also play an important factor in protecting skin from the inside. A recent study by researchers from Newcastle and Manchester Universities presented at the British Society for Investigative Dermatology, suggests that increasing your daily lycopene intake could actually help to boost your body’s natural defense against the sun’s harmful UV rays. Continue reading
A study has raised concerns for patients who are taking high potency statins indicating they may have a significantly higher risk of developing acute kidney injury (AKI) than those on low potency drugs, with those taking high potency drugs have a 34 per cent increased risk of being admitted to hospital with AKI. Continue reading