Flex Your Brain Muscle
Mental health

Flex Your Brain Muscle

Keeping yourself in the best shape possible does not always require breaking a sweat. A huge part of maintaining total well-being encompasses keeping the mind in top-notch shape as well. Research into this area continually attests to this fact, and the newest fitness trends takes these things very seriously. Mental […]

Age Equality And Mental Health
Mental health

Age Equality And Mental Health

Right now there are over 10 million people in the UK who are over 65 years old. These numbers are expected to increase over the next 20 years. People are living longer and healthier lives and the older generation is a huge part of our society. Even so, a number of […]

Gender Equality And The Womens Health Programme
Mental health

Gender Equality And The Womens Health Programme

In order to ensure a balanced development of mental health systems that cater to both men and women equally, the Gender Equality and Women’s Mental Health Programme was established in 2004 by the NIMHE. The central goal of this programme is to ensure that the mental health systems that are […]

Improving Equality of Healthcare In The UK
Mental health

Improving Equality of Healthcare In The UK

The Equality Act of 2010 combined different laws from the past into one all-encompassing edict. The law makes it unfair to discriminate in the UK based on 9 different characteristics. Unfortunately, research has documented that there are inequalities in the distribution of health care by gender, ethnicity, age, social class […]

Equality, Respect And Dignity
Mental health

Equality, Respect And Dignity

Everyone of us requires healthcare at different times of our lives. It is just a fact of life that we will at some point need to visit a doctor, a dentist or even receive treatment in a hospital or medical facility. All of us need to have fair and equitable […]

Drug War: Politics vs Crime Reduction & Health Benefits

Drug War: Politics vs Crime Reduction & Health Benefits

Is the war on drugs over? This is the question that has been asked throughout the past decade repeatedly, especially with the rapid increase in technology, blogging and social media. Drug prohibition dates as far back as World War I in the UK, when it then became illegal to possess […]

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Mental Health Research Leads to Help for Young Mothers and Older Adults

Mental Health Research Leads to Help for Young Mothers and Older Adults

Support Group for Young Mums Needed According to “Medical News Today,” the Mental Health Foundation with financial assistance from Comic Relief developed the “Young Mums Together” program in an effort to help alleviate the isolation experienced by young mothers through embarrassment and the stigma attached to being a young unwed […]

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Video Game Enhances Cognition

Video Game Enhances Cognition

Scientists performing research at the University of California in San Francisco recently developed a 3D driving video game that may prove valuable in enhancing the cognitive and multi-tasking abilities in older people. “Medical News Today” reported that the researchers evaluated the game on 174 adults aged 20 to 79. During […]

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Flex Your Brain Muscle

Flex Your Brain Muscle

Keeping yourself in the best shape possible does not always require breaking a sweat. A huge part of maintaining total well-being encompasses keeping the mind in top-notch shape as well. Research into this area continually attests to this fact, and the newest fitness trends takes these things very seriously. Mental […]

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Age Related Memory Loss not Related to Alzheimer’s

Age Related Memory Loss not Related to Alzheimer’s

Scientists from Columbia University Medical Center believe that they have discovered that a protein deficiency contributes to age-related memory loss. The research team also found that this condition is not the same as Alzheimer’s. The enlightening discovery was made following the examination of post-mortem human brains and laboratory mice. “Medical […]

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Drug equality in the UK

Drug equality in the UK

The UK is generally regarded as a free and liberal country, but when it comes to drugs it’s not always all that free and liberal. A good example is the availability medical marijuana (or lack thereof). Medical marijuana is a drug that has helped relieve pain for many people that […]

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Age Equality And Mental Health

Age Equality And Mental Health

Right now there are over 10 million people in the UK who are over 65 years old. These numbers are expected to increase over the next 20 years. People are living longer and healthier lives and the older generation is a huge part of our society. Even so, a number of […]

Read more

Gender Equality And The Womens Health Programme

Gender Equality And The Womens Health Programme

In order to ensure a balanced development of mental health systems that cater to both men and women equally, the Gender Equality and Women’s Mental Health Programme was established in 2004 by the NIMHE. The central goal of this programme is to ensure that the mental health systems that are […]

Read more

Improving Equality of Healthcare In The UK

Improving Equality of Healthcare In The UK

The Equality Act of 2010 combined different laws from the past into one all-encompassing edict. The law makes it unfair to discriminate in the UK based on 9 different characteristics. Unfortunately, research has documented that there are inequalities in the distribution of health care by gender, ethnicity, age, social class […]

Read more

Equality, Respect And Dignity

Equality, Respect And Dignity

Everyone of us requires healthcare at different times of our lives. It is just a fact of life that we will at some point need to visit a doctor, a dentist or even receive treatment in a hospital or medical facility. All of us need to have fair and equitable […]

Read more