World Heart Day
Published at 27 September, 2021.
World heart day falls on 29th September.
Cardiovascular disease remains the world’s number one killer, resulting in 18.6 million deaths a year. It has many causes: from smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, to air pollution, and less common conditions such as Chagas disease and cardiac amyloidosis.
National Eye Health Week
Published at 20 September, 2021.
This week is national eye health week, this years theme is ‘Your Vision Matters’, and encourages people from every walk of life to take better care of their eyes and have regular sight tests.
World Lymphoma Awareness Day
Published at 15 September, 2021.
Lymphoma is the fifth most common type of cancer in the UK, it can occur at any age, even in children,. It is nearly always treatable, most people live for many years after being diagnosed with lymphoma.
World Lymphoma Awareness Day falls on the 15th September, this is an annual campaign to raise awareness and help people recognise the signs and symptoms.
World Alzheimer's Month
Published at 06 September, 2021.
Every September, people come together to raise awareness and to challenge the stigma that persists around dementia. This September marks the 10th year of this global awareness campaign.
Published at 01 September, 2021.
September is Urology month, this campaign has been running annually since 2014 with the aim of increasing awareness of urological conditions. Stopping smoking will help reduce the risk of urological conditions.
Quit smoking before Christmas
Published at 23 August, 2021.
Want to save some money in the months before Christmas? If you quit smoking today, you could save up to £500, based on smoking 10 cigarettes a day. You could save more if you smoked more.
Managing smoking triggers after lockdown
Published at 16 August, 2021.
Now lockdown has lifted there are more triggers for you to relapse and start smoking again, here are a few tips to help you stay smokefree.
5 Minute Coffee Break - With you on Withdrawal
Published at 22 July, 2021.
Let us take 5 minutes with a coffee and talk it through and this may help you get a better understanding of any symptoms you may have and help you be more prepared and in control of your quit attempt as you go along the next few weeks.