Health and Wellbeing

Get Your Kit Right, Get Your Kicks Right!

Get Your Kit Right, Get Your Kicks Right!

The winter sports season is here and for the next few months as the colder, wetter, darker days arrive so do football, rugby and hockey matches, and cross country running events. If you plan to get active, are you correctly equipped? Think about getting your kit right, after all, by getting your kit right you will be sure to get …

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East Grinstead Hospital’s Sleep Expert Receives Achievement Medal

East Grinstead Hospital’s Sleep Expert Receives Achievement Medal

Dr Venn received his prestigious College Medal at a ceremony at Central Hall, Westminster, with 1,100 spectators which he described as a great honour to be recognised by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. The sleep expert added: “I have been involved in the college for around 20 years and this medal means the work I have been doing is regarded …

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The Dangers Of Cholesterol

The Dangers Of Cholesterol

Cholesterol is a fatty substance which if found in comfortable levels is vital for the functioning of the body. It is mainly made by the liver, but it can also be found in some foods, however, the danger is of very high levels, and the effect it can have on your health including increasing the risk of serious conditions. If …

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Treating You At Home

Treating You At Home

Whether you are resting and recuperating from surgery, you do not have transport or just prefer to receive treatment at home, many healthcare providers will treat you at home. The number of care givers able to treat you at home has grown in recent years, and as a result there are few areas not covered by Practitioners. By Jacob White

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Hear, Hear

For many households up and down the country, crowding around the television for a family film or to watch the Queen’s speech is as much of a Christmas tradition as opening presents and enjoying roast turkey with all the trimmings! However, in homes where one family member or more has a hearing problem this can result in a festive flashpoint …

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Trigeminal Neuralgia Association

Based in Oxted, The Trigeminal Neuralgia Association UK (TNA UK) is a national charity providing information, support, and encouragement to those who suffer with, Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN). The charity was founded 19 years ago by one of the world’s leading Trigeminal Neuralgia experts, Professor Joanna Zakrzewska together with a patient of the condition. The charity’s aim is to raise awareness …

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Neighbourly November

Neighbourly November

In the lead-up to the festive season, why not decide to give something different this year – maybe your time, experience, knowledge, sympathy, or your help to a local good cause right here in RH! Volunteering is not new, people have been volunteering, often without public acclaim for hundreds of years. Perhaps, today, it is now more formalised than ever …

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Dealing With Diabetes

Dealing With Diabetes

Next month, Tuesday, November 14 marks World Diabetes Day – activities will take place globally on the day to raise awareness of diabetes. Numbers are rising of those with diabetes, what can be done to help those diagnosed, deal with the condition? What You Need To Do If you have diabetes think about the following ways you can be better …

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Life Of Mental Illness

Life Of Mental Illness

My mental health battle has been a long one. I have suffered from depression since my teens, although, it was not diagnosed for years. My behaviour was put down to being a teenager. It was not until 2014 that Haywards Heath author and blogger Kirsty Frampton was diagnosed with depression. She was then diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in …

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