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4 Oct 2019
This article discusses the flu jab, the symptoms of the flu and how you can get the flu jab to help increase your chances of fighting the flu virus.
April is IBS awareness month. What is Irritable Bowel Syndrome?, What are the risk Factors of IBS?, What are the symptoms of IBS?, How can IBS be managed?, How is IBS Diagnosed? All answered in this IBS Blog...
3 Apr 2019
April is bowel cancer awareness month which is a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and help make a difference. This year Beating Bowel Cancer and Bowel Cancer UK have merged to form the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity, with the aim of preventing as many deaths as possible associated with bowel cancer patients.
1 Apr 2019
This year Parkinson’s Awareness Month will be April. This is an annual opportunity to come together and raise awareness of Parkinson’s across the UK. World Parkinson’s will be taking place on Thursday 11th April 2019 and this will be a global effort to raise awareness of Parkinson’s.
11 Mar 2019
Nutrition and Hydration Week will be held on Monday 11th March 2019 until Sunday 17th March 2019 with the primary focus on highlighting, promoting and celebrating improvements in the provision of nutrition and hydration locally, nationally and globally. Read on to find out more about the campaign...
19 Feb 2019
This article discusses the topic of asthma including a definition, the risk factors, symptoms and treatments available to help manage the condition. Asthma is a very common long term health condition and around 5.4 million people are diagnosed with asthma in the UK.
3 Aug 2018
Panic attacks are a type of fear response. They're an exaggeration of your body's normal response to danger, stress or excitement. Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you regularly have sudden attacks of panic or fear. A panic attack is an intense wave of fear characterized by its unexpectedness and debilitating, immobilizing intensity.
18 May 2018
Anemia is a condition that develops when your blood lacks enough healthy red blood cells. These cells are the main transporters of oxygen to organs. If red blood cells are also deficient in haemoglobin, then your body isn't getting enough oxygen. Anaemia is caused when you don’t have enough red blood cells or haemoglobin to meet your body’s needs. Read on...
11 May 2018
Lactose intolerance is a common digestive problem where the body is unable to digest lactose, a type of sugar mainly found in milk and dairy products. Lactose intolerance is the inability to absorb lactose – the predominant sugar in milk – into the digestive system. Lactose intolerance is when someone has difficulty abosrbing and digesting lactose found commonly in milk and dairy products.
9 May 2018
National Epilepsy Week will take place from Monday 14th May 2018 until Sunday 20th May 2018 and is continuing Epilepsy Actions work to empower people to seize control of their epilepsy through better care and access to treatment. This campaign aims to raise awareness of those who are affected by epilepsy to help raise money for a good cause.