Ayurveda Day celebrated at the British Parliament House

Our Ayurvedic Centres in Birmingham have seen nearly 13,000 clients seeking, this was mentioned at the Ayurveda Day celebrated at the British Parliament House. It generated a great deal of interest. We were asked if we could provide information on...

Ditch the sugary drinks and try Fizz Free February

Birmingham residents, especially families with young children, are being encouraged to ditch sugary drinks and take part in Fizz Free February. Fizzy drinks are the largest single source of sugar for children aged 11 to 18. They provide an average...

FAMILY OF HARROW THREE-YEAR-OLD WITH RARE GENETIC DISORDER APPEAL FOR MORE ASIAN STEM CELL...

The family of a “cheeky” three-year-old from Harrow, diagnosed with a rare genetic disorder, are appealing for more people of Asian descent to sign up as stem cell donors. Working with blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan, the family want...

A Safe Space For Punjabi Men With Their Mental Health

Mental health can be difficult for anyone but in some communities, it is harder to gain help than others. An organisation has been set in response to 'a need for a safe space for Punjabi men' to talk openly about...

Major research project aims to improve treatment for individuals with polycystic ovary syndrome

A major £2.4 million research project is underway at the University of Birmingham aimed at improving treatment for women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). PCOS affects at least ten percent of all women and causes irregular periods and difficulties trying...

Kidney Donor For Anaya

Parents Joety and Amrik Kandola had been appealing for a kidney donor to save their daughter’s life who was diagnosed with ARPKD (Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney disease). Anaya was born with an abnormal liver and two enlarged polycystic kidneys which...

Public Health England encouraging South Asian parents to stay well this winter

Public Health England is encouraging South Asian parents to help protect their children from flu this winter, as the largest ever flu vaccination programme gets underway Kuljit Deeljur, mum of three, Colly Ullah, mum of two and Hamisha Mistry who...

SURVEY SHOWS MORE THAN EIGHT IN TEN (82%) PEOPLE FROM ASIAN COMMUNITIES HAVE EXPERIENCED...

Public Health England, in partnership with the NHS launches Every Mind Matters, a new way of empowering people to manage and improve their mental health Survey shows more than eight in ten (82%) people from an Asian background...

Teenager’s Plea After Diagnosed With Leukaemia For The Second Time

Teenager Cameron Patel is raising awareness around bone marrow donation after suffering from Leukaemia for the the second time. The 18-year-old from Knighton, Leicester was sent tor to have a blood test and his life changed completely. Cameron was in A&E with...

Announcing our newest Patron

The United Kingdom Thalassaemia Society (UKTS) is proud to introduce their newest Patron Mr Adil Ray.  Adil Ray OBE is best known as the star and creator of the hit BBC1 sitcom Citizen Khan. More on his work can...