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FREE mywellbeing Support programme
Our general well-being is of prime importance in our day to day lives and governs how we function at work, rest and play. Too often we totally ignore it and then wonder why we feel so tired and why we are not functioning as well as we feel we should. mywellbeing provides 19 weeks of dedicated information, sent to you by email in bite-size chunks. Sign up to mywellbeing here...
Myths and Concerns Surrounding Skin Cancer and Sun Protection - Part 1
In this video Brian Diffey, Emeritus Professor of Photobiology, discusses a wide range of topics, including proper sunscreen usage, how to protect children in the sun, different types of protective clothing and what different sunscreen factors mean and how long they last.
Myths and Concerns Surrounding Skin Cancer and Sun Protection - Part 3
In this video, Brian Diffey, Emeritus Professor of Photobiology takes a look at a whole host of different topics including how fair skinned people can cope with the sun, the common types of skin cancer and the impact and risks of sunbeds.
Cervical Screening Ask The Expertin partnership with Wellbeing of Women
Wellbeing of Women and talkhealth are teaming up to offer our community the opportunity to put their cervical screening questions to our panel of experts. They will be available to answer your questions on Thursday 27 June but the clinic will be open from Monday 24 June for you to post your questions in advance.See details
FREE myhairloss support programme
myhairloss provides 20 weeks of dedicated information containing practical advice written by talkhealth and medical and professional experts. Some of the topics covered are different types of hair loss, treatment options and psychological impacts. Sign up to myhairloss here...
Feel Your Best Every Day of the Monthsponsored by Savant Distribution Ltd.
Your hormone levels can fluctuate during the week or so leading up to your period. These changes can, among other things, leave you feeling fatigued, low in energy and experience skin breakouts. This is known as your pre-menstrual time and it can have a significant negative impact on your daily living and quality of life.
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