hay fever

There has been a steep rise in people developing hay fever for the first time later on in life, after never having suffered from it as a child. In fact, it’s estimated that by 2030, more than 30 million British people will experience hay fever, over half the entire population. It’s thought that pollution is […]

Sleep apnoea and cancer risk

New research has recently been published that – on the surface – seems to suggest that snoring could be a warning sign for women of developing cancer. Predictably, the media jumped on the story and it made headlines in several newspapers. The NHS has now commented on the press coverage, aiming to put women’s minds […]

snoring in women

It’s long been thought that snoring is mainly a male problem, but a new study has found that women snore just as much, yet insist – incorrectly – that they don’t make as much noise as their male counterparts. Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of Negev, the fastest-growing research centre in Israel, found that nearly […]