Measles is a highly contagious viral disease that, in a small number of cases, can lead to serious complications such as pneumonia, meningitis or brain inflammation. Although anyone can get measles, it is most common in young children. There is an effective vaccine available which has helped to reduce incidences of measles. It is so
Action for Brain Injury Week begins on the 20th May, providing an important opportunity to raise awareness of minor and major brain injuries. By educating yourself on the latest advice and knowing when to seek help, you can assist those in need and prevent minor head injuries from becoming more serious. Action for Brain Injury
Flu causes misery to people every year, but you can reduce your chances of catching flu this winter through having a flu jab. With reports saying that flu jab uptake was low last year, now is a good time to get a flu jab and help prevent a UK flu crisis. Getting your flu jab
Veganuary has been big news this year. From helping to shed a few pounds post-Christmas to aiding the environment by giving up meat, there are many reasons why you might have chosen to support the campaign this January. So how did you get on? If you loved seeing the health benefits or have found that
Sexually transmitted diseases are becoming an increasing concern among young people in England. Many young people are unaware of the risks, or ignore symptoms due to embarrassment. Your sexual health is important, and making sure you understand the symptoms and where to get tested could save you from unnecessary worries and anxieties in the future.