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  • Haemochromatosis

    Haemochromatosis – Why too much Iron can damage our Health

    Iron is essential to our health and wellbeing. It is key to the generation of healthy red blood cells, which carry oxygen around the body; we cannot survive without it. However, too much iron can be toxic. Genetic haemochromatosis is an inherited condition that causes too much iron in the body, also known as iron…
  • Chichester Randox Health Clinic

    New Randox Health Clinics Open at Birmingham and Chichester

    It has been a busy month here at Randox Health. We are pleased to announce that we have opened two new Randox Health clinics conveniently located on Birmingham High Street and North Street, Chichester. These clinics join our existing operating clinics across the UK providing the most advanced personalised health programs. At Randox Health each…
  • Stroke Awareness Month

    Stroke Awareness Month – Getting to the Heart of the Issue

    A result of genetic disorders, poor lifestyle choices or personal/family history, Strokes are a seriously life-threatening medical condition that happens when the blood supply to part of the brain cuts off. Reports suggest in the UK, stroke strikes someone in the UK once every 5 minutes, meaning over 100,000 people a year will suffer from…
  • Mental Health Awareness Week

    1 in 5 working age adults will have experienced a mental health disorder in the past week and 1 in 3 have an existing health condition. Physical and mental health are closely linked, which is why it is critical that we look after ourselves. At Randox Health, we offer a variety of tests that can…
  • thyroid health

    Thyroid Health – What you need to know

    The thyroid is a butterfly-shaped gland found in the neck. It produces hormones that regulate metabolism and affects many body processes, including heart rate, temperature, calorie usage, growth and fertility. Under or over activity of the thyroid gland can upset the normal regulation of these processes and cause a range of symptoms.   Thyroid problems…
  • Test your digestive health

    How can I improve my gut health?

    Indigestion, heartburn, nausea, and stomach pain are common digestive complaints. Studies have shown that as many as 40% of the UK population suffer from at least one symptom of a digestive problem at any one time and can have a negative impact on your day to day routine. Whilst many of us experience indigestion from…
  • How genes impact your health

    How Genes Impact Your Health

    Genes, they determine the colour of your eyes, your hair, and how tall you are. However, they also control whether you will get a disease. According to Gene People UK, there are more than 2.4 million children and adults living with a genetic condition. For families dealing with the consequences of genetic disease, receiving an…
  • Coeliac Disease : Why Should I Get Tested

    According to WebMD, researchers estimate that only 1 in 5 people throughout the world that develop Coeliac Disease ever find that they have it. It’s not known why people develop this disease or why the symptoms that people experience differ from mild to severe. Randox Health believe that education & testing is the key to…
  • Vitamins

    5 Vitamins and Minerals that Boost your Energy Levels

    The 27th of March kickstarted the clocks going forward which to many Brits, is music to their ears as it’s a sign of better weather to come. With our evenings being lighter and brighter for just an hour longer, the UK is happy to wave “wintertime” goodbye. But an hour gained in the daylight, is…
  • Test Your Liver Health

    Did you know that liver disease is the third leading cause of premature death in the UK? Additionally, three quarters of people are currently diagnosed at a late stage when it is too late for intervention. The liver is an organ that filters the blood and carries out other important functions in the body. The…