6 Health Benefits Of Dance

Dancing can be a fun way to spend a night out, to make the housework more fun and even blow off some steam. As a form of movement, it’s a great way to get your heartrate up and burn some calories. Why not get inspired by this year’s Strictly Come Dancing and learn more about the health

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Blood Cancer Awareness Month – What You Need To Know

September is blood cancer awareness month. The chances are you are not sure what blood cancer is, or how to spot it. But in the UK alone, around 104 people are diagnosed with some form of blood cancer every day. You may know blood cancer by another name – leukaemia. Perhaps you are more aware of this disease,

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Cycle to Work Day

15 August is Cycle to Work Day, a great excuse to indulge your love for cycling or try it for the first time. Cycling is a great form of exercise, with several benefits for your health – it could also save you money on travel costs! Find out more about Cycle to Work Day and

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World Breastfeeding Week

World Breastfeeding Week is taking place between 1-7 August. The week aims to raise awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding all over the world, with the theme of this year’s campaign being ‘Foundation of Life’. All mums have the right to choose whether to breastfeed or not, and the following provides the information you need

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The NHS At 70 – The Statistics

The NHS is 70! Over the past month, people all over the country have been celebrating its legacy and achievements by sharing their stories on how the National Health Service has played an important part of their lives over the past seven decades. Alongside people’s stories, some fascinating facts about our national health service have emerged, which

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