Advice and health
Every year I look forward to winter. For me it means wrapping up warm, bright lights and festive cheer and spending quality time with friends and family. However, for those working in the NHS, approaching winter can bring with it a sense of dread as services prepare for the flu season, among other challenges.
There comes a time in every parent's life when sitting in a nappy-scented house, for hour after hour, cleaning up sick, sterilizing bottles and watching Judge Rinder, is no longer the fun it once was. It's at this point that the idea of taking your child to eat in a restaurant first crosses your mind.
I've been at university for over a month now, and even if i was to go home tomorrow, even if i was kicked out this week, i could still say that i've learnt more in this short amount of time than i have in years. So why not share some of my knowledge and experiences, why not collate every fuzzy drunken memory, every cringey story and share it on the wide web for everyone to see, kill me now...
There are a variety of reasons as to why women may opt for permanent sterilisation. A device called Essure, produced Bayer in Germany, paved the way for achieving permanent birth control and avoids the patient undergoing an invasive surgical hysterectomy.
Supporting employees' mental wellbeing is a critical business issue for organisations, but it's hard to know where to start
If I was to tell you that one in ten people had a disability which couldn't be physically seen, but that often prevented them from working - how would you feel?
If one of your friends or family members has cancer, you may be wondering the best way to support him or her. Even though you want to help, it can be hard to know what to say or do. Everyone reacts differently to the news that they have cancer.
Adulthood is a strange thing, being only at the beginning of it I may not know everything, but what I do know is that the majority of adults are unhappy, stressed out and depressed. Something I've been thinking about recently, is whether adults should take a few notes from children. I see children running around, screaming and laughing and I'm taken back to being young, to being carefree, happy and so beautifully unaware of the troubles in this world.
There are also a number of things that you can try that may well work to treat or stop the migraines from happening that don't involve a trip to the GP or specialist. Try these first, but of course if they don't work come and see us.
It is a month where men come together and begin to talk and raise awareness of preventable health problems and diseases. To help educate men in disease prevention or early detection of illnesses for males of all ages. It's the perfect opportunity to share your story and pay it forward to allow men to be inspired and do something about their own health and well-being.