ICU Psychosis is defined by MedicineNet as: “a disorder in which a patient in an intensive care unit (ICU) or a similar hospital setting may experience anxiety, become paranoid, hear voices, see things that are not there, become severely disoriented in time and place, become very agitated, even violent.” I first heard about ICU […]
After a recent death of a rough sleeper in Bournemouth, many other homeless locals in the town have called for more “action” from the council to prevent tragedies like the passing of Kevin happening again. Buzz News today went to Bournemouth’s town centre to speak to rough sleepers about the death of Kevin and the […]
In Dorset, one in four children are classed as overweight, according to Dorset County Council. A report released this week warns that children are more likely to have an earlier death because of their eating habits. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Child health says that four out of five children are obese. They […]
Children are consuming around 400 biscuits and more than 120 cakes, buns and pastries each year, according to latest research from Public Health England (PHE). For this reason, a new Change4Life campaign has been launched by PHE to help encourage parents find snacks of 100 calories or less for their children. Figures from the National […]
Sepsis is a serious complication of a common infection that claims the lives of 44,000 people every year. In sepsis, the immune system goes into overdrive causing the body to attack vital organs. Awareness around the causes and symptoms of sepsis has increased in recent years through campaigning initiatives and greater education by The UK […]
WHAT IS IT ALL ABOUT? Over the better part of the last two and a half decades, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) has become one of the fastest growing sports on the planet. Through the success of the sport’s flagship promotion the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) MMA has managed to break into the mainstream and […]
A final year documentary by Naomi Doddridge, investigating how people live their lives with Young Onset Dementia.