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Latest News

We have added an archive of our recent practice newsletters.  These newsletters are interactive, clicking on the pictures will take you on to further information.


Spring 2017 Practice Newsletter

Christmas 2016 Practice Newsletter

Winter 2016 Practice Newsletter

Autumn 2016 Practice Newsletter

Summer 2016 Practice Newsletter

Spring 2016 Practice Newsletter

 

                    Cancer AwarenessCancer aware                                             Your Life, Your Choice!Choose to live better

                               

 

 You Are Not Alone!Lifeline              When Stroke Strikes Think:Stroke     

 

Are You Ready To Quit?  Want to Stop                      Take Care Of Your Mental Health Minding Your Head

 

 

 



Care in the sun 

Sexual Health Clinics

We have produced a list of easy to access sexual health clinics which are totally confidential!

Latest News

                                                              

          The Pregnancy Book                            Pregnancy Booklet                                              Birth to Five Booklet      Birth to Five Book                                     

 

  

 

 

The Steps to deal with stress booklet      Stress Booklet


 


 

Leaflet for parents explaining why a healthy break is so important for pre-school children and some tips and ideas for healthy nutritious breaks.

What we eat every day has a big impact on our health – from the amount of energy we have when we get up in the morning to our risk of developing conditions like heart disease and cancer in the future. A healthy diet doesn’t have to be boring or restrictive – we can still eat a wide range of delicious foods, while keeping an eye on our intake of sugar, fat and salt.

Cervical screening video link

The Cervical Screening programme has produced a video to show what happens at Cervical Screening.

The video is on the Northern Ireland Cancer Screening Programmes website at the following link:

Bowel Screening video link

A new video about what happens at bowel screening has been produced by the Public Health Agency. It covers how to take the test, processing the samples at the laboratory, receiving your results and being called back to colonoscopy. It is hoped the video will help clear up confusion about how to take the test and clarify the process. The video is also available in British and Irish sign language and subtitled.

The video is on the Northern Ireland Cancer Screening Programmes website at the following link:

Breast Screening video link

The Breast Screening programme has produced a video to show the what happens when women attend their appointment for a mammogram.

The video is on the Northern Ireland Cancer Screening Programmes website at the following link:

 

 

The Pain Toolkit

Do you live with persistent. Use the link above to find out more.

Are you trying to stop smoking?

Use the link above to find out more

Meningitis Symptoms Free Mobile App

If you suspect meningitis you need to seek help urgently. Download this useful app to help you spot the signs and symptoms of meningitis.

Cancer Screening Services In Northern Ireland

Use the link above to find out more

Women With Diabetes - Things You May Not Know!

Even if a baby is the last thing on your mind, there are things you need to know. Use the above link to find out more.

Cancer Focus NI Can Support You And Your Family

Use the link above to find out more about Cancer Focus Northern Ireland.

Download Free Action Cancer 'Breast Aware' App

The BreastAware app presents an easy way to understand how to become more breast aware and aware of lifestyle choices that can increase or decrease your risk of breast cancer.

Free App For Childcare & Family Support Services

Use the link above to download this useful app. Access to information about registered childcare provision and family support services throughout Northern Ireland.

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Folic Acid - One Of Life's Essentials

Use the link above find out more!

 Vitamin D and You

 Use the link above to help you understand the importance of Vitamin D.

 Aged 14-18 or going to University? You need Men ACWY Vaccine!

Use the link above to see why you need the MenACWY vaccination.

Concerned about Suicide?

Holiday travel advice Zika virus

The Zika virus is an infection transmitted by Aedes mosquitos. The infection often occurs without symptoms but it can cause a mild illness which can include fever, headache, rash, joint and muscle pain, and conjunctivitis.

There is no vaccine or drug treatment and patients affected are advised to rest and drink plenty of fluids.

The infection is by and large spread by the mosquito. A Q&A on the Zika virus can be found here on the NHS Choices website.

Zika virus transmission occurs in many countries; a map showing areas with past or current evidence of Zika virus transmission is available here.

A possible link to exposure to the Zika virus during pregnancy and microcephaly (a birth defect where a baby's head is smaller than expected when compared to babies of the same sex and age) and other congenital malformations has been identified.

All travellers to the affected countries should ensure they seek travel health advice from their GP or a travel clinic well in advance of their trip and consult the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC) website for up to date information on current outbreaks and country information.

If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant you should consider avoiding travel to areas where Zika virus outbreaks are currently reported.

 

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