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Fitness / 10.01.2019

[ad_1] Ten patients visited hospital A&Es more than 2,000 times between them in just 12 months, a report has found.NHS data reveals that 31,492 people went to emergency departments in England ten or more times between June 2017 and May last year.Despite making up just 0.4 per cent of total patients, they accounted for 4 per cent of all A&E attendances and took up a ‘significant allocation of NHS resources’, the report said. ...

Fitness / 10.01.2019

[ad_1] Diabetes is a condition in which the level of sugar in a person’s blood is too high. In type 2 diabetes, this happens because a person is unable to produce enough insulin, or the insulin they produce doesn’t work properly. The function of insulin is to control the level of sugar in the blood and transfer it to the body’s cells. If insulin is unable to do this, too much sugar will remain in the blood, which can lead to problems with the heart, nerves, eyes, kidneys...

Fitness / 10.01.2019

[ad_1] Aussie flu - the nickname given to the H3N2 strain of the influenza virus - was one of the main strains of flu which spread throughout Britain last year. The symptoms of the virus are similar to those of normal flu but described as more severe. These include sudden fever, a dry, chesty cough and an aching body. To those who are considered more at risk, such pregnant women, elderly and young children, the illness can result in serious complications.So should we be bracing ourselves for Aussie...