8 Tips for sleeping during the summer months

Summer can be a difficult time for our sleeping habits. From the extra hours of sunlight peeking in through the windows, to our tendencies to stay up later and be out longer. There are many things that can affect our sleeping pattern during the summer. What affects us most however, is the heat. As many

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#4000Voices – World Hepatitis Day

July 28th marks the 6th world Hepatitis awareness day. This relatively new disease-specific world health day was created by the World Health Organisation in the year 2010. Each year, on July 28th, millions of people across the world take part in World Hepatitis Day to raise awareness of the disease and how we can treat

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Sleep Trouble? Get the help you need

We’ve all been there – lying in bed, tossing and turning, trying to get to sleep and nothing will work, not even counting sheep. Having trouble sleeping is increasingly frustrating, especially if you already feel tired. If you’re experiencing sleep trouble, you’re not alone. It’s now affecting so many of us that it’s now described

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What is Health Information Week?

The 4th-10th July marks Health Information Week, an awareness week dedicated to alerting the public to where they can get reliable, good quality health information. Here at EBPCOOH, we are keen supporters of the week, as ensuring our patients know where they can access accurate health information helps people to practice self-care and ease the

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Obesity: The facts, causes and effects on our health

It’s no secret that being overweight can lead to a number of health risks and the amount of obese people in the UK is on the rise. By the year 2035, cases of obesity could increase by 38,500 a year, according to a recent study by The Obesity Health Alliance. The organisation, which includes 30

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