Bowel cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer, but also one of the most treatable if caught early enough, so don't let lockdown get in the way of diagnosis. Nursing Services Lead Kath Savage is here to shine some light on the signs and symptoms.
Retail therapy releases a feel-good hormone that is similar to those released during exercise, but too much of it can have drastic long-term effects on our wellbeing, not to mention budget. Welfare Services Lead Carrie Pearce has some advice on resisting the temptation to overspend online during lockdown.
Nursing Services Lead Kath Savage explains why gardening has proven benefits for both our mental and physical wellbeing, and offers some top tips for enjoying the stress-busting qualities of the great outdoors.
As the Charity's Communities Lead, Clare Hannaford knows the importance of talking to each other. Here she explains why picking up the phone and calling someone who makes you happy could be the best thing you'll do for yourself all day.
As well as the stories of hope and recovery coming from the fight against coronavirus, for some of us, the outcome is not such a positive one. Lead Practitioner, Jane Rosso, is here to offer some kind words to anyone trying to face the seemingly impossible task of handling loss and grief at this time.
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