Health

We have a team of dedicated health news reporters to cover the latest stories and breaking announcements within the healthcare industry, allowing you to be constantly updated on issues surrounding local GPs and the NHS.

Our health news reporters provide in-depth features on the current healthcare situation both nationally and internationally, as well as the latest information that you or your family may be affected by.

We have expert health news commentary and un-biased reports on UK health news from a team of experienced journalists. This allows medical breakthroughs and ground-breaking new research to be reported-on accurately and in a timely fashion. Our news reporters also cover health surveys and polls, giving unique insight into the opinions of people and their health.

The team at NewsAnyway also cover personal health, dieting, fitness and healthy eating in order to help you to become your healthiest self. These tips come directly from industry professionals with years of experience working within the healthcare industry.

This is how homes of the future will be able to tell if you’re ill

Homes of the future will be able to tell if you’re poorly by analysing ...

Veins: What Are They And How Do They Work?

Despite their importance in the body, a lot of people are unaware of the ...

This is the first thing Brits think about in the morning

Work is one of the first things Brits think about as they wake up ...

Parents call for tougher measures on the contents of party bags

Parents are calling for tougher measures on the contents of party bags after research ...

The average Brit gets just six hours and nineteen minutes sleep a night

The average Brit gets just six hours and nineteen minutes sleep a night, a ...

One in five hayfever sufferers have taken time off work due to their allergy

One in five hayfever sufferers have taken time off work due to their allergy, ...

Average Brit spends seven-and-a-half years of their life feeling tired

The average Brit spends the equivalent of more than seven-and-a-half years of their life ...

Middle-aged Brits are developing ‘long-arm syndrome’ to see phone screens

A worrying number of middle-aged Brits have such bad eyesight they rely on ‘long-arm ...