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The Echelon Health Blog. An informed view on the world of Personal Health Assessment.
coronavirus vaccine
Jan
18

Vaccines within the UK – What have we ordered, what are their success rates and when can life return to normal.

By Claire Johnson

Within the UK there are three approved Covid-19 Vaccines; Pfizer, Oxford/AstraZaneca and Moderna; but how safe are they? The traditional process of developing a vaccine is slow. Speaking at the…

Jan
13

Self-image and the media

By Lucy Holl

Over the last ten years or so, controversy towards social media has become apparent, with more and more people no longer seeing the sites as bearers of harmless fun like…

workplace benefits
Dec
10

Should workplace benefits be revised amidst the ‘new way of life’?

By Lucy Holl

A lot has changed since our simpler existence pre-March 2020; this year life has been unimaginably different with occurrences that no one could have ever predicted, but of course with…

Covid
Dec
03

Vitamin D and Covid-19

By Echelon Health

In light of the persuasive circumstantial evidence that vitamin D deficiency may play a major contributory role to Covid-19 infection, progression, severity and mortality, and given the high prevalence of vitamin…

vaping health concerns
Nov
25

E-cigs Debunked: Echelon Health explore vaping health concerns

By Lucy Holl

In the UK alone,78,000 people die per year as a result of smoking. Cigarettes are extremely addictive because of their high nicotine content which subsequently, makes it very difficult for…

Radiation Health Concerns | 5th Generation
Nov
17

5G: Echelon Health explore radiation health concerns

By Lucy Holl

5G, which stands for 5th generation, is the latest and fastest version of cellular internet which can be up to 100 times faster than its previous self, 4G. There are…

preventive healthcare
Nov
17

Preventive Healthcare London: Why is Preventive Healthcare So Important?

By Lucy Holl

It is inevitable that everyone wants to live a long and healthy life with their families, undisturbed by disease or illness. Of course, for the most of us, we do…

Can working from home be detrimental to our skeletal health
Nov
03

‘The New Normal’: Can Working From Home Be Detrimental To Our Skeletal Health?

By Lucy Holl

The severity of the coronavirus pandemic in the UK has forced people of all ages to adapt to a new way of life. With the recent news of another national…

Breast screening in London
Oct
30

Breast Screening In London

By Lucy Holl

Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in the UK, meaning more people are diagnosed with breast cancer than any other cancer in both men and women. Tragically,…

What happens when you have a stroke
Oct
30

What Happens Inside Your Body When You Have A Stroke?

By Lucy Holl

There are around 100,000 recorded strokes in the UK each year which account for around 38,000 deaths, 80% of which could be preventable. A stroke is a very serious condition…