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Is your daily routine playing havoc with your back

  • Tue 03 Oct 2017

Back pain is a very common problem. About 80 percent of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetimes.

Is Sugar More Addictive Than Cocaine

  • Wed 20 Sep 2017

Research on rats has found that sugar is more addictive than opioid drugs such as cocaine, and that there can be withdrawal symptoms when cutting out.

Why regular eye sight tests are important

  • Wed 06 Sep 2017

An eyesight test can identify numerous general health problems and early signs of eye conditions before you're aware of any symptoms.

New Hall Hospital sponsor local charity event raising money for YoungMinds

  • Thu 24 Aug 2017

New Hall Hospital were delighted to sponsor a local charity event raising fund for YoungMinds, helping equip young people with life skills.

Should your employer help you to get fit

  • Thu 10 Aug 2017

The Chief Executive of Public Health England has publicly backed employers that put in place schemes to help staff improve their health and fitness.

Great review from student placement

  • Thu 10 Aug 2017

Recent student placement candidate, Raymond Hayden speaks highly of his experience at New Hall Hospital under mentorship of staff nurse Karen Herring.

Treatments for thumb arthritis

  • Tue 01 Aug 2017

Arthritis in the thumb is the most common form of arthritis that affects your hands.

Preventative measures for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome if you’re more at risk

  • Tue 04 Jul 2017

If you fall into the category that is more at risk of carpal tunnel syndrome you may wish to take note of these preventative measures.

Goodbye bingo wings, hello toned arms

  • Fri 02 Jun 2017

Bingo wings or bat wings? The unsightly drooping of underarm skin can make you feel self-conscious and embarrassed.

Are you too vein to wear shorts this summer

  • Mon 08 May 2017

If you have unsightly varicose veins, then showing off your legs for the first time in months may be too embarrassing to contemplate.

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