Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a broad term used to describe pain in the front of the knee and around the patella, or kneecap. It is sometimes called "runner's knee" or "jumper's knee" because it is common in people who participate in sports.
Survey conducted by PwC reveals that healthcare industry and pharmaceutical industry carried out almost half of all corporate R&D operations in Britain. It is a trend that is more likely to be continued for the next year too. https://www.caredirectory.co.uk/blog/survey-reveals-that-pharma-makes-up-half-of-uks-16-5bn-rd-spending/
UK government will undertake plans to transform attitude to mental health. The more concentration will be on young people who.
It is Presidential Election Day in the US on November 8 but UK HealthCare Hospitals and Clinics across the Country will be Open https://www.caredirectory.co.uk/blog/november-8-is-presidential-election-day-but-uk-healthcare-hospitals-and-clinics-will-be-open/
Prices for generic cancer drugs in the United Kingdom are enormously increasing. Research carried out by European Cancer Congress
Liverpool, Middlesbrough and Hartlepool have been recorded to have highest drug-related hospital admissions. https://www.caredirectory.co.uk/blog/hartlepool-middlesbrough-and-liverpool-are-recorded-to-have-highest-rate-of-drug-related-hospital-admissions/