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Family financial help for UK retirees lags behind Europe

12th June 2013

A new study which has not yet been released into the public domain but has been seen by The Telegraph indicates that affluent families in Britain are much less willing to offer comprehensive financial help to their elderly relatives than their peers in other European countries such as France and Italy.

Major review of emergency care confirmed by health secretary

6th June 2013

The Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, has announced a widespread and fundamental review of the UK's troubled emergency care system

Risk of joint disease can be slashed by statin use

5th June 2013

Research has concluded that the risk of developing arthritis can be reduced simply by the taking of everyday cholesterol-lowering statins

Moderate exercise said to improve symptoms of painful disorder

4th June 2013

A paper has recently been published which suggests that moderate exercise does not make pain worse in people who have fibromyalgia.

New joint lubricant relieves symptoms of osteoarthritis

4th June 2013

A joint lubricant has recently been developed by researchers which is hoped to bring long-lasting pain relief to millions of people.

New trade event launched for retailers and manufacturers of mobility aids

4th June 2013

Trade Days is a brand new trade event which will be held on 5-6th October at the NEC in Birmingham.

Combination of two drugs better for osteoporosis sufferers than single drug

4th June 2013

A recent study revealed that a combination of two osteoporosis drugs produced better results in patients than either one produced alone.

Arthritis sufferers told not to worry about painkiller concerns

3rd June 2013

People living from day to day with the effects of arthritis have been told that they 'shouldn't panic' about recent research into painkillers.