health

11
Jan

Is Dr Google a 21st-century necessity?

By The Say Team
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On 27th September 2018, Google turned 20 years old. Throughout the last two decades, internet users have increasingly turned to Dr Google as a popular search engine to help self-diagnose health concerns. A study in late 2017 showed that in Britain alone, 75% of the population have treated an ailment or illness after Googling their symptoms….

11 women die every day from ovarian cancer. That is more than the number of people who die every day in road accidents. But we’ve never put out a press release saying that – it is a statistic that would grab attention, but it benefits no one to create a hierarchy of suffering. We do…

What does it mean to be a millennial? Opinions vary greatly and it is difficult to disagree on the exact definition. Metro explained the generation as babies born from the 1980’s to the mid-1990’s. However, others might consider anyone born from the 1970’s up until 2000 to be a millennial. Despite the timeline debate, it…

Air pollution in London is a huge issue at the moment, which has many implications for our health. One way to tackle it is to get more vehicles off the road and more people cycling in London, which many employers are getting behind with their ‘cycle to work’ initiatives. I cycle to work and I…

03
Jul

How Helpful are Simple Health Messages?

By The Say Team
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We all know them… 5 A Day, Act F.A.S.T, Vinnie Jones performing CPR to the Bee Gees – over the years, many a health message has been compacted into an easy to remember, snappy package. These are doubtless of great benefit to the general public; shortly after the release of Vinnie’s star turn, the British…

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