Tag Archives: cancer
Posted on 17. Oct, 2012 by Rebecca Crouch.
As part of the Health and Social Care Act, the Government has acknowledged the need for increased public engagement to help improve the nation’s health and ensure that everyone across the country is equally empowered to help reduce health inequalities. From April 2013, this will be done through Public Health England, a branch of the [...]
Posted on 07. Feb, 2012 by DiscoDave.
At Aurora, we know it is a necessity to keep up to date with the goings-on within the scientific world. Aiding us along the way, we ensure that we read the weekly editions of the New Scientist and discuss what this means to us. In doing so, we will be bringing what we deem to [...]
Posted on 11. Jul, 2010 by neilcrump.
Just got an email from Cancer Research UK to let me know that they have a new advert that will air first in the break during Coronation Street (a popular soap here in the UK) on Monday 12 July. On the charity’s blog post about the ad they ask for feedback on the advert and how [...]
Posted on 31. May, 2010 by Claire.
The jokey image of the Englishman in summer, with a handkerchief on his head and painful looking sunburn is obviously an all too common reality. Today’s news that skin cancer is killing more men than women comes as no surprise. Not only are men not used to slathering themselves in creams like women, but they [...]