Month / January 2016

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  • national bug busting day

    National Bug Busting Day: How to Prevent Head Lice

    Head lice may seem like a past nightmare from our school days, but it is still a common problem for our children. January 31st marks National Bug Busting Day, a great opportunity to raise awareness and educate parents on how to prevent head lice. Knowing how to prevent head lice can help stop the spread…

  • breakfast week

    Why Is Breakfast The Most Important Meal Of The Day?

    Breakfast Week begins today (24th-30th January 2016). It is an annual awareness campaign which purposes to raise consumer awareness of the benefits of eating breakfast as part of a healthy balanced diet. It encourages people to think about the origins of their food and demonstrates the wealth of breakfast produce available in the United Kingdom.…

  • Mental health response scheme

    Hope For New Mental Health Response Scheme in Bracknell Forrest

    Residents in Bracknell Forest look set to benefit from a new scheme which is being proposed which would see help being provided to those with mental health issues when dealing with the police. The scheme will change the way in which the police deal with issues where mental health is a factor. Berkshire has seen…

  • cervical cancer prevention week

    Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (22-28th January 2017)

    Cervical cancer is the most common cancer amongst females under 35 in the UK, with around 9 new cases being diagnosed each day. This makes getting regular smear tests a really important issue for women. This year Cervical Cancer Prevention Week takes place between the 22nd and 28th of January, with a big emphasis on what we…

  • new year health resolutions

    How To Stick To Your New Year Health Resolutions

    It’s good to have New Year resolutions. Taking steps to make positive changes to our health and wellbeing is important for securing our futures and ensuring a healthier, longer life. The problem with them however, is that many of us will have failed and forgotten about our resolutions by the time January is over. Why…