Language about pet obesity is key to helping treat it

Obesity, whether in pets or humans, is a chronic disease that affects every system of the body, and chronic diseases cannot be cured. The need to recognize and acknowledge that fact was a key message from Alex German, Ph.D., professor of small animal medicine at the University of Liverpool, and Ted Kyle, R.Ph., pharmacist and […]

Manchester City Exposed: Bending the Rules to the Tune of Millions

November 05, 2018  01:00 PM Editor’s Note: This is the first installment of a four-part series on the Manchester City football team that will be published Monday through Thursday of this week. Even as far back as 1880, when Anna Connell, the daughter of a vicar, founded a football club in Manchester to keep […]

Grab Destiny 2 free for PC until November 18

Bungie has announced that PC owners will be able to snag a free copy of Destiny 2 this month, providing you download it between now and November 18. The freebie comes in light of Destiny 2’s first anniversary on the platform, and to be fair, there’s probably no better time to pick it up. After […]

PR: The North American Bitcoin Conference Set to Heat up Miami

This is a paid press release, which contains forward looking statements, and should be treated as advertising or promotional material. does not endorse nor support this product/service. is not responsible for or liable for any content, accuracy or quality within the press release. The North American Bitcoin Conference returns to Miami for its […]

A new measles case report highlights the importance of maintaining high vaccination coverage in the community to help protect people with compromised immune systems from vaccine-preventable infections. There is a responsibility to vaccinate yourself to protect others, not only to protect yourself. : Health

The title of the post is a copy and paste from the second paragraph of the linked academic press release here: A new report in Open Forum Infectious Diseases describes the man’s case, highlighting the importance of maintaining high vaccination coverage in the community to help protect people with compromised immune systems from measles and […]

Matt Hancock: My vision for prevention

Prevention is a bigger health topic than many people realise – and it’s about to get bigger. When we think about staying healthy, it’s often within the narrow bandwidth of eating well, exercising regularly and avoiding smoking. These are important issues for us all to address of course, but there’s so much more to it […]

Better health for all: A new vision for prevention

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, has launched his prevention vision; confirming it as one of his key priorities alongside technology and workforce. PHE’s Chief Executive Duncan Selbie discusses why this is a transformative moment for public health. Making prevention everyone’s priority This new prevention vision from the Secretary of […]