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Women's Health

Fewer women taking cervical cancer test

Figures from NHS Digital show a fall in the number of women aged 25 - 29 taking up their invitation of a cervical cancer test, with just 62 percent of younger women invited having taken the test in 2016.

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Men's Health

Do you know your alcohol limits?

During this year’s Alcohol Awareness Week (November 13 - 19, 2017), Alcohol Concern reminds us that alcohol is linked to more than 60 medical conditions, including liver disease, heart disease, some cancers and depression.

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Travel

Is bladder weakness making you dread your summer hols?

While many people are looking forward to jetting away to hot and sandy destinations this summer, there’s evidence that not everyone is getting excited about going away.

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Alcohol Tracker

Find out how your alcohol intake affects your health

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Men's Health

Are you too embarrassed to speak about bowel cancer?

Figures released during Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2017 (April) suggest four out of 10 people in the UK would be too embarrassed to tell someone if they had one of the warning signs of the disease.

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Women's Health

How to be a healthy mum at any age

If you’re a mother, chances are you’ll be treated to a card, a bunch of flowers or even breakfast in bed when Mother’s Day arrives. But this year, why not also make a pledge to make your own health – not just that of your family’s – a priority?

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Women's Health

How not to be a fashion health victim

Now that the excitement of London Fashion Week is over, one expert is offering advice on how to avoid potential health risks caused by women’s fashion accessories.

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Health Heroes Video Wall

Watch our videos about health heroes who are making a difference to the lives of others.

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Fitness Self-Assessment Test

Find out how fit you are and get some useful advice on the next best steps.

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Family

Babies and group B strep: what you should know

In this country, one baby dies each week from group B Strep (GBS) infection, while every fortnight one baby who survives it suffers long-term mental or physical disabilities. Yet according to the charity Group B Strep Support, around half of all expecting and new mums haven’t heard of it.

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