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Last week was World Cancer Day and Cancer Research UK released new figures showing that cancer death rates in the UK have dropped by 10% over the last decade. The big four cancers – breast, bowel, lung and prostate – are essentially becoming less deadly due to early detection and diagnosis as well as advances […]
When we become parents, suddenly life becomes a minefield of ‘what ifs’ which our little bundles need to be protected against. What if they were to fall down the stairs? What if the cat was to sit on their adorable sleeping head and suffocate them? What if they put their inquisitive fingers in the plug […]
None of us like to waste money on unnecessary expenses, which is why Infinity consultants sometimes get asked by clients if they really need to take out life insurance, health insurance and critical illness cover. Those lucky individuals who have never experienced health problems or tragic loss in their family can feel like they are […]
I would wager that you know at least one person who has struggled against the big C – it’s the one disease which touches almost all of us one way or another but the statistics just got scarier. Previous reports have put our risk of contracting the disease at one in three but the latest […]
Strokes happen to old people, right? Wrong. According to The Stroke Association, there has been an ‘alarming’ increase in the number of people in their 40s and 50s suffering from strokes. The figures come from official NHS data and are indeed rather shocking. Hospital admissions for 20 to 64 year olds suffering from the disease […]
A recent study by researchers at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center highlights just how important it is for women to take out protection to cover themselves against financial hardship should they be diagnosed with cancer. Breast cancer is the most widespread cancer of them all with 235,000 new cases expected in the US in […]
Thousands of expats move to Asia in search of a better life for their families, and many of these people will be starting businesses for themselves. But what would happen if they were suddenly taken ill, or were no longer able to work – could their businesses survive? When I talk to business owners, I […]