Lloyd-Webber vows to re-open London theatres, even if it means arrest

“We are going to open, come hell or high water,” Lloyd-Webber said in an interview with The Telegraph published on Wednesday. Lloyd-Webber’s new show, Cinderella, is due to open for previews on June 25, four days after the earliest date for the government to lift its remaining coronavirus restrictions in England, which include strict limits… Read More »

The hidden warning sign of skin cancer under your nails exposed – Dr Sarra issues advice

How is skin cancer treated? Skin cancer treatment depends on the the type of cancer you have, the stage of the cancer (its size and how far it has spread) and your general health. According to the NHS, surgery is the main treatment for melanoma. “Surgical excision is usually done using local anaesthetic, which means… Read More »

Impact of trauma must be acknowledged in adolescent HIV care

Trauma is a major underlying reason for adolescents disengaging from HIV care in Kenya, report Dr Leslie Enane of Indiana University and colleagues in the Journal of the International AIDS Society. The study shows that adolescents have experienced a wide range of traumas and are particularly affected by stigma, poor mental health, disclosure and transitions… Read More »