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iHOPE PCOS programme

Guest post by Carol Percy What is the HOPE programme? HOPE is an evidence-based self-management programme that supports people with long term health conditions to cope more effectively. That includes eating well, staying physically active, and following any necessary medical treatments, as well as managing stress, dealing with the emotional impact of their condition and… Continue reading iHOPE PCOS programme

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Research call out: Living with PCOS – a structured education programme

Polycystic ovary syndrome is diagnosed in one out of every ten women at reproductive age. Thecondition is characterised by irregular periods, increased levels of androgen manifested as acne orexcessive hair growth, and multiple cysts that can appear in the ovaries on an ultrasound scan. Many with PCOS experience difficulties in maintaining a healthy weight, having… Continue reading Research call out: Living with PCOS – a structured education programme

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CALL TO ACTION: Research into PCOS name and Weight Management

Having received ethical approval to carry out research into exploring the quality of dietary and lifestyle advice from healthcare professionals as well as canvassing opinion on the name of the syndrome (PCOS) if it was to be changed, Dr Yvonne Jeanes and her team have now launched their online survey. Please read below to find out… Continue reading CALL TO ACTION: Research into PCOS name and Weight Management

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Monthly Update: PCOS News and Research

Here is what has been happening in PCOS News and Research in May 2015: Vermillion: Discovering disease pathways Vermillion are a research company in the US who are currently focusing on working out tests to catch conditions like Ovarian Cancer early in their development. They are hoping that they're current research on this will later… Continue reading Monthly Update: PCOS News and Research

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Monthly Update: PCOS News and Research

Here's what happened around PCOS news and research in April: PCOS can be controlled through lifestyle changes The Times of India interviewed Dr Manuj Sharma who explained that doctors in India are reporting an increase in the diagnosis of PCOS as unhealthier lifestyles have been adopted eg erratic working hours, stress, little exercise and unhealthy… Continue reading Monthly Update: PCOS News and Research

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Monthly update: PCOS in News and Research

Here is a round up of PCOS news and research in March 2015 Heavy Breakfast, Light Dinner recommendation A new study from Israel looking at the balance of calories over a day in relation to the control of blood glucose in diabetics found that the same diet, high calorie breakfast and low calorie dinner, helped regulate… Continue reading Monthly update: PCOS in News and Research

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PCOS in Research and News

As part of my new commitment as a Trustee of Verity is to start giving you monthly updates and PCOS and it's reported research and news activity. Hopefully this will also cast a light and how little publicity it gets as a syndrome and the type of publicity that it does get. So this first… Continue reading PCOS in Research and News