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  • sexual dysfunction

    Sexual Dysfunction: Where to Get Advice

    Most men and women experience sexual dysfunction at some point in their lives. Sexual health clinics provide much-needed support in this area, helping to improve wellbeing, strengthen family relationships and treat fertility problems. However, cuts to sexual services could leave thousands without support, leading to further potential problems for the NHS and its patients. About…

  • arthritis

    Arthritis: Can It Be Treated At Home?

    The 14th-21st May marks Arthritis Care Awareness Week, a national event that highlights the challenges of this condition and supports people who are suffering. Arthritis affects over ten million people in the UK. It causes pain, inflammation and stiffness in joints, and, although it is more prominent in those aged 40 and over, it affects people…

  • minor head injuries

    Minor Head Injuries: What Action to Take

    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…

  • Understanding tuberculosis

    What is TB? Understanding Tuberculosis

    March 24th is World Tuberculosis Day: a day dedicated to increasing people’s understanding of tuberculosis (TB) and raising awareness. TB is a serious condition that kills 4,500 people worldwide each day. While TB is rare in the UK, thanks to a crucial vaccination programme, it is still prevalent in many other parts of the world. Let’s…

  • Understanding epilepsy

    Understanding Epilepsy: What You Need to Know

    March 26th is Epilepsy Awareness Day: an important day for understanding epilepsy and raising awareness. With more than 87 people diagnosed with epilepsy each day, this condition is more common than people think and can seriously impact the lives of those affected. With the right treatment, however, people with epilepsy can experience fewer symptoms and live…