A new survey released by the Department of Health reveals that while almost 50% of British travellers have become ill or injured on holiday, 35% of these have delayed, often essential, medical treatment until they return home. The main reasons given for not seeking treatment abroad are concerns about the potential cost and lack of travel insurance.
Just over a quarter (26 per cent) of adults say the type of dental treatment they chose in the past has been affected by the cost of the treatment. And almost a fifth (19 per cent) said that they have delayed dental treatment for th... Read Post
A Department of Health survey has found that 86% of people are worried about getting old. It also found that 54% worry about losing their mind and memory, 54% worry about illness or infirmary and 39% worry about being lonely. The su... Read Post