Information taken from: http://www.world-heart-federation.org/what-we-do/world-heart-day/about-world-heart-day World Heart Day World Heart Day takes place on 29 September every year and is a chance for people across the globe to take part in the world’s
The campaign for this year’s Stoptober has been widespread, returning for a fifth year in a bid to help the UK’s 7 million smokers to quit. A national initiative run by Public Health England, Stoptober not only aims to provide motivation and support for those looking to quit smoking, but offers resources and tried
Organic September has been taking place throughout the month, and is a great time to celebrate organic produce. In many cases, organic food is fresher than non-organic food and contains fewer pesticides, making it better for the environment and for local wildlife. It’s true that organic foods can be pricier, but you can grow your
The Berkshire Cancer Rehabilitation programme is a step-by-step approach to living with and beyond cancer, preparing you and your family with a range of tools and opportunities that can enhance your recovery and improve your ability to ‘tackle tomorrow’. It is available to people registered with a GP in Berkshire and is funded by Macmillan
Women are 50% more likely than men to receive a wrong diagnosis following a heart attack, new research has found. Studies have shown that on average, three in 10 female patients are given different initial and final diagnoses after having a heart attack. This could lead to serious repercussions, including an increased chance of death.