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  • How to get tested – Cervical Cancer Prevention

    Cervical screening is safe, quick and always conducted by a female clinician. Women aged 25- 50 are invited to a screening every 3 years- those above 50 every 5- don’t delay, if you are due your cervical screening test book now.  

  • How to self examine my breasts – Cancer Prevention

    It is very important to do a self-examination once a month to detect any changes in your breasts. Knowing your breasts and what is normal for you can help you spot anything unusual quickly, so that you can report it to your GP.  

  • Flu Awareness – Get Vaccinated

    Flu is not like catching a cold and it can be very dangerous to those with underlying health conditions which is why it is important to get vaccinated every year. If you are in a high-risk group, you may get it free on the NHS. Protect yourself and others from flu and get vaccinated.  

  • Don’t wait to get tested – Bowel Cancer Prevention

    Screening before symptoms are present is important. Those aged over 60 can get a free home testing kit in the post- the test is quick, and you can do it from the comfort of your own home. Always see your GP if you have symptoms of bowel cancer at any age.  

  • Being a new dad is an amazing experience

    But it’s also exhausting. It’s something no-one can prepare you for. And at the end of a long day, there’s nothing more satisfying than to collapse on the sofa. And that’s where we need to stop you! More than 130 babies die in the UK every year as a result of unsafe sleeping. Find out…