- March 18th 2019
NRS Healthcare are exhibiting at Kidz to Adultz Middle on 21st March, and we’d like to share with you all about our daily living aids for children and young people. At NRS Healthcare, we believe that ...
- March 18th 2019
- March 4th 2019
Ovarian cancer affects thousands of women in the UK every year, with around 11 women per day losing their lives to the disease. Despite this fact, ovarian cancer receives much less media coverage and has much lower public awareness than other types of cancer, such as cervical cancer, which is often ...
Rare Disease Day is a great way to raise awareness about lesser known health conditions so that the people living with them can find more support - but what does it actually feel like to live with a rare disease? Rare diseases are so called because they affect less than 5 in 10,000 people, and there ...
Eating disorders are not just about food; they are established by personal feelings and emotions and they can all have a serious impact upon your mental and physical health. The most widely recognised eating disorders are Anorexia and bulimia but there are many uncommon and less recognised eating ...
In support of Raynaud’s Awareness Month, which takes place throughout February, we’re sharing a number of lesser-known facts about the condition to help others know Raynaud’s better. Raynaud’s disease, also known as Raynaud’s phenomenon, is a condition which affects a person’s extremities ...
Whether you’ve become a caregiver for an older relative, or you have a child with additional needs, being new to a caring role can often be a scary and overwhelming experience. What you may not realise is that there are 6000 people who become caregivers every single day, with over 1 million people ...
Epilepsy affects 1 in every 220 children – we spoke to mum Sarah about her daughter Elsie’s experience of epilepsy. Elsie Fielding is a happy 6-year old from a large family in Leicestershire. She has three sisters - Katie (17), Leoni (14), and Lily (12) and 3 brothers - Aidan (8), Eddie (4) and ...
In support of Time to Talk Day 2019, we asked four very special women to share their mental health experiences to help make mental health a less taboo subject. Here’s what they had to say… We hear a lot about ‘mental health’ these days. We’re bombarded with news headlines about how statistics ...
SURVEY RESULTS: Women worry more about everyday cancer risks, but men are concerned with the bigger picture
Results from our recent survey have revealed that women are more likely to worry about everyday food, drink and activities that may increase our risk of getting cancer whereas men are more concerned about the bigger picture – such as fracking. Our survey listed foods, drinks and activities which ...
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