One of the most popular contraceptive options available in the UK is the contraceptive pill, historically women have been advised to take a seven-day break to help regulate hormones and thus induce menstruation.
According to a recent study by Imperial College London, the current blood tests conducted by UK health organisations should be replaced with a more recent and accurate blood test in order to spot more cases…
Recently, there have been debates on whether the Government should lower the age for cervical cancer screening from 25 to 18.
Health officials are warning travellers who are likely to go to China during the annual festival, to take appropriate action to ensure they are protected against avian flu.
The NHS is changing their guidelines on how to take the contraceptive pill from the current ‘three weeks on, one week off’ suggestion to taking it every day of the month.
Public Health England (PHE) has claimed that the levels of flu and influenza are putting significant pressure on intensive care units to the same level as experienced during last year’s winter crisis.
The latest figures revealed that around three million women across the UK haven’t had a smear test for at least three and a half years.
People travelling to Australia have been warned about protecting themselves against measles, after a third child in less than a week has been diagnosed with measles in New South Wales (NSW).
An alert has been issued by health officials after two cases of super-gonorrhoea have been found in the UK, one of which could be the first case to have been caught in the country.