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02 Sept 2022 Tips & Advice

The Best Diet Choices for People with High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure affects around one in three adults across the UK and is a leading cause of major illnesses. Discover the foods to eat and the foods to avoid to ensure you stay heart healthy.
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03 Aug 2022 Tips & Advice

20 Best Gifts for the Elderly: Things You've Never Thought Of

Shopping for your elderly loved ones can be difficult - a gift for a senior should be practical, but also meaningful. Here's a list of 20 gift ideas for your loved one that you might not have thought of.
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28 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

Signs of a Stroke before it Happens: Signs, Symptoms, Prognosis

In the UK, a stroke strikes every five minutes. Around 100,000 people have a stroke every year. The sooner someone receives treatment for a stroke, the less likely they are to experience brain damage and other complications. In this blog, we cover how to recognise the signs of symptoms of a stroke before it happens, as well as the risk factors and preventions of a stroke.
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19 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

What is Parkinson's disease? Symptoms, Causes & Lifestyle

Thousands of people in the UK have Parkinson's disease, and most of us in some way will be touched by Parkinson's - whether we have it ourselves or need to help care for a loved one. With that in mind, we explore the symptoms and causes and possible treatments for Parkinson’s.
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12 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

Help for the Elderly Living at Home

Living at home alone in your later years can be a worrying prospect for you and your loved ones for many reasons. Discover how to adapt a home to make it safer and more comfortable for an elderly person.
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07 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

How would you survive a heart attack if you were on your own?

Heart attacks often occur when people are alone. Knowing what to do when heart attack symptoms arise can save your life. Our guide will help you spot the symptoms and warning signs of an early heart attack, and advise on how to survive a heart attack on your own.
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06 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

How do you get Emphysema?

Emphysema is a lung condition which causes shortness of breath. There are treatments available that aim to slow its progression and minimise symptoms. Therefore, it is best to determine whether you’re suffering from emphysema as early as possible for the best long-term outcome.
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05 Jul 2022 Tips & Advice

What are the types of Epilepsy?

Epilepsy is a common condition that affects the brain and causes frequent seizures. We know epilepsy can be a worrying prospect, but if you understand the type of epilepsy you or a loved one has, you can learn to treat it more effectively. Most people with the condition are able to live normal lives if their seizures are well controlled.
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28 Jun 2022 Tips & Advice

Type 2 Diabetes Causes

Millions of people have been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, a condition that occurs when your blood sugar (glucose) is too high. With the right treatment and care, you can live well with type 2 diabetes and reduce your risk of developing complications. We are here to guide you through the causes, symptoms and how to manage type 2 diabetes.
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