Stay safe and stay active indoors!


With many of us self-isolating at home, making sure we keep active is more important than ever for our overall health and wellbeing. The British Heart Foundation has some great...

Coronavirus- what it means for you if you have heart or circulatory disease


Our charity partner, the British Heart Foundation, have medical experts who explain what we know so far about the Covid-19 coronavirus and how it can affect people with heart disease. Further...

The British Heart Foundation on mending broken hearts this Valentine’s Day


Written by Lauren Tedaldi from the British Heart Foundation and originally posted on the BHF website. Heart patches grown at one of the BHF Centres of Regenerative Medicine are offering hope...

Could my medical conditions stop me from flying?


For some people it’s so easy to hop on a plane and venture off for a week of sun, but for those who have recently had medical treatment or living...

Winter travel advice from Just Travel Cover


We know that winter in the UK can feel long and tiresome, with grey skies and rainy days all but guaranteed it’s no wonder many people jet off for some...

Living Better with Bowel Cancer


Here’s Live Better With’s comprehensive guide to what to expect when you’ve been diagnosed with bowel cancer… Jeremy Bowen is one of the most familiar faces of BBC News; as the...

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April 6, 2020 at 5:15pm
People with asthma are more at risk to severe illness if they catch coronavirus. With more than 5 million people in the UK suffering with the condition, and a nationwide shortage of some inhalers - what should you do?