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Maternal Mental Health – its everyone’s business

This week we have followed BBC’s Alex Jones and her brave team of mothers. More information on their exploits is available here   Most noteworthy is that whilst the five ladies are pursuing numerous physical challenges and facing their own fears for a whole week; these feats in no way come close to the daily challenges faced…

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Lifestyle Supplements – a risk worth taking ?

  Eighty per cent of people who make a New Year’s Resolution fail by February.  As Easter looms most of us with good intentions cast an eye at all the chocolate on offer! However, for some the attraction of being healthier, fitter and often thinner becomes an all encompassing quest.  We all want to be…

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Essure – Campaign News

    Essure is a non-surgical sterilisation implant which has been withdrawn from use in Europe by the manufacturer for commercial reasons.  The Essure product continues to be used in the United States. Corries 4 Women have been actively pursuing claims on behalf of ladies fitted with the Essure sterilisation device.  We were approached by…

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Anti depression medication- what is the right thing to do?

There have been some articles lately about anti depression drugs. Further articles about mistakes in prescribing drugs and errors in 1 on 5 makes even more grim reading. In this article we look at the studies and the practical things you can do for you or others suffering. Statistics Use of antidepressants is on the…

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NHS mistakes- will greater transparency get us to the truth?

NHS mistakes are often reported in the press and on television. We look at recent changes which may mean a more transparent approach to finding out if your loved ones have had poor treatment. NHS hospitals and medical staff are there to help us all in our hour of need.  The majority of the time…

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Female medical pain – are your doctors doing enough?

Female medical pain is a serious matter. Doctors taking reports of  medical pain symptoms less seriously in women than in men has recently been in the media. An article by the Daily Mail click here reports on a worrying trend that female patients are taken less seriously than men.  Reports of failing to take notice or…

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DePuy Recalls Knee

Knee implant cases could soon take over as the next large patient litigation. There has been a lot of discussion and coverage of the on-going DePuy International Pinnacle hip failure case. The litigation has just finished and judgment is awaited. Of great interest is the decision of DePuy Synthes, another Johnson and Johnson company, to…

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What is IPF? -Keith Chegwin’s death -Your Questions answered

The death of much loved television presenter Keith Chegwin has shocked many of us. Keith Chegwin has sadly died due to Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis, known as IPF. What is IPF? IPF is a scarring to the lung which stops the lungs breathing properly. Over a course of time this fibrosis causes the lungs to stiffen and…

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Vaginal mesh scandal gathers momentum

Vaginal mesh developments in Australia and the death of a Canadian mesh campaigner have hit the headlines. They have brought into sharp focus the massive impact that the mesh implants are having on people’s lives. Australian ban on vaginal mesh Australian authorities have introduced a ban on the use of trans vaginal mesh products. The ban – started by…

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Bereavement damages – change means fairer compensation for thousands

Bereavement awards following the death of an unmarried partner will be made in the future following a Court of Appeal decision recently. A change in the law will affect thousands each year. Bereavement Award-The Case Miss Jakki Smith, an NHS worker took the government to court for breaching her human rights as she was denied…

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