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Heading off to University or College soon? We have a few tips to help get your fresher year off to a flying start.
You may not have any symptoms if you have high blood pressure, so why not get it checked?
Do you know how to get healthcare while you are here? Find out all you need to know
Information and advice on different aspects of palliative care, regardless of the condition.
Everything you need to know about illnesses, tests, treatments, operations and services.
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Find answers to Common Health Questions. Not able to find what you are looking for? Ask a Health Information Advisor
Information on Local and National groups & organisations that can help you with any health or well-being problem.
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This month we focus on information for freshers and overseas students, Know Your Numbers and Meningitis Awareness Week.
"Artificial sweeteners may promote diabetes, claim scientists," reports The Guardian. But before you go clearing your fridge of diet colas, the research in question – extensive as it was – was mainly in mice.
"A simple urine test which can detect the human papilloma virus (HPV) could offer women a much less invasive alternative to [current] cervical cancer screening," The Independent reports.