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Moving more for mental health

Moving more for mental health One of the most important things we can do to look after our mental health is to move our bodies. The theme for this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week is movement. Physical activity is good not only for our bodies but also for our minds. Let’s talk a bit about … Continued

Your Data, Your Choice

Your Data, Your Choice You can choose if you want the NHS to share data from your health records for research and planning purposes. Data is used in different ways in the NHS. Summary Care Records One is for your care. That is why your GP health record holds information about your medical conditions, prescriptions … Continued

Be Wise. Immunise against COVID-19

Be Wise. Immunise against COVID-19 This spring, the NHS is offering a free COVID-19 vaccine to people most vulnerable and at the highest risk of getting seriously unwell if they catch the virus. Who can get a vaccine? The criteria from Spring has changed slightly from the Autumn boosters. Here’s who is eligible: Adults over … Continued

Humanly Possible: Saving lives through immunisation

Humanly Possible: Saving lives through immunisation Today marks the start of World Immunisation Week. The World Health Organization (WHO) holds it every year in the last week of April. The week is a testament to the incredible success of a worldwide vaccine programme that has saved millions of lives and continues to protect us from … Continued

Easy Read Guides for People with Learning Disabilities

Easy Read Guides for People with Learning Disabilities An easy-read guide is a way of making written information easier to understand. This collection of guides is about your health and things you might need to know. They use short sentences and pictures to explain different things. There is lots more health information on our Resources … Continued