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  1. Euro 2016 Survival Guide

    09/06/16

    If 442 is not your team’s formation but the number of calories you consume before half-time, you need our Euro 2016 Survival Guide You can download a simple version of this guide to print out here. What are the odds? Are you going to survive Euro 2106? Le ... More

  2. FAQ - Skin Cancer FAQs

    14/04/16

    How to spot a dodgy mole. Women are more likely to get skin cancer than men. But men are more likely to die from it. What is skin cancer? It is cancer that begins in the skin. There are two types: non-melanoma- cancer that develops slowly on the upper lay ... More

  3. FAQ - MND/ALS FAQs

    24/10/14

    The ice bucket challenge has brought motor neurone disease, a rare disease of the nervous system, to public attention. The ice-bucket challenge to raise money for ALS research has been all over the media. If you’ve been following, you may well have wonder ... More

  4. FAQ - How to boost your self - image

    10/07/14

    Good health starts with a positive self image, argues Jim Pollard. Self image? What has that to do with health? How we feel about ourselves has a massive impact on our health. If we don’t like ourselves much we’re more likely to do unhealthy things and le ... More

  5. FAQ - Dementia FAQs

    14/04/16

    Dementia rates are increasing as we live longer. What is dementia? Dementia is not a single disease. It is a group of symptoms associated with thinking.  NICE put the symptoms of dementia into three groups: Cognitive dysfunction (thinking problems) Psychi ... More

  6. FAQ - Self - harm FAQs

    14/04/16

    Men self-harm too. But you can control it. Don’t only girls self-harm? The ‘official’ statistics may suggest that females are far more likely to self-harm than males but self-harm is not uncommon in boys and men. Another myth is that only young people do ... More

  7. FAQ - Suicide FAQs

    07/09/16

    What to do if you're feeling shit. I feel suicidal If you are having very black thoughts or considering killing yourself, talk to someone. If, for whatever reason, you cannot talk to family or friends, there are several organisations who can help: Th ... More

  8. FAQ - The Penis FAQs

    06/06/16

    The Tool-Kit: how to look after your tackle. Frequently asked questions including ejaculation, size, cancer and masturbation. The penis, as you have probably discovered, is used for peeing, making babies and generally having fun with. You're very luc ... More

  9. FAQ - Syphilis FAQs

    14/04/16

    A disease of the past? No. Syphilis is alive and kicking despite effective treatments What is it? A thankfully uncommon but very unpleasant sexually transmitted disease caused by a bacterium. What are the main symptoms? The symptoms often follow four phas ... More

  10. FAQ - HIV & AIDs FAQs

    14/04/16

    HIV is as serious as ever but over the last 10 years, treatments have greatly improved. What is HIV? Human Immunoinsufficiency Virus (HIV) is a virus that is passed from partner to partner via blood or body fluid transmission. You can get it from vaginal, ... More

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