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  1. Yesterday on the Covid - 19 front - line

    05/02/21

    Charlie, a nurse practitioner describes another tough 12 hour shift with male patients on a Covid-19 ward in a London hospital. I usually work in an out-patients clinic and I volunteered to be redeployed to deal with Covid-19. I wanted to be able to help. ... More

  2. Covid - 19 and men

    01/05/20

    Links to all our information on Coronavirus Covid-19 Health information for men FAQs Covid-19 FAQs Staying At Home Social distancing is about understanding risk Interview: On the Covid-19 frontline Share our Covid-19 and men video Statistics Statistics- C ... More

  3. FAQ - Mindfulness

    18/01/21

    An anyone-can-do-it stress-buster built on your breath. Ever get out of the car and not remember the journey? This ‘autopilot’ can drag mood down, especially when we have a lot on our minds. Get off autopilot by noticing what’s going on in the moment you’ ... More

  4. FAQ - Type 2 Diabetes FAQs

    25/07/18

    About 90% of people with diabetes have type 2. It can be controlled using diet and medication. What is diabetes? Read our Diabetes FAQs  for more on the symptoms of diabetes and the health complications it can cause. Tell me more about type 2 diabetes? Ab ... More

  5. FAQ - Type 1 Diabetes FAQs

    25/07/18

    You can't avoid type 1 diabetes. What is diabetes? Read our Diabetes FAQs  for more on the symptoms of diabetes and the health complications it can cause. Tell me more about type 1 diabetes? About 10% of people with diabetes have type 1. It happens w ... More

  6. FAQ - Diabetes FAQs

    19/11/20

    1 man in 10 now has diabetes. It's on the increase and, if undiagnosed, can be very dangerous. About 4.6 million people in the UK are living with diabetes and around 12.3 million are at increased risk of it.  There are two main types of diabetes: typ ... More

  7. FAQ - HPV vaccination FAQs

    09/07/19

    The pros and cons and options for vaccination against the HPV virus which causes cancers and genital warts. Since 2008, the NHS has offered a free HPV vaccine to girls and the vast majority are vaccinated. Boys are not currently vaccinated but in July 201 ... More

  8. FAQ - HPV virus FAQs

    13/07/18

    The HPV virus and the serious diseases it can cause. Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the name for a group of viruses that affect the skin and moist areas around the body. (It is completely different from HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.)  There are around 2 ... More

  9. FAQ - Winter colds and flu

    18/01/21

    How to deal with cold and flu this winter – and help the NHS at the same time. The NHS is under pressure. In the winter, more than ever. In winter 2017, hospitals were urged to delay non-urgent elective care (which could include a diagnosis, treatment or ... More

  10. Paul: 'sometimes you need to be pushy'

    12/11/19

    Paul reckons his prostate cancer diagnosis began with an NHS health check his GP didn't want to give him. I was aged 42 when I saw an advert for men over 40 to have a health check. I went to my GP but was initially turned down because I was not unwel ... More

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