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Put Your Health First. Stay up to date with our monthly newsletter of top tips.

September 2021

This month's newsletter covers two fascinating topics:

  • Know your numbers - do you know yours?
  • A focus on dementia.

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August 2021

This month's newsletter covers menopause: time for change? We also have an excellent standalone on preventing musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace - ask us for a copy.

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July 2021

This month's newsletter covers the topical subject of holiday health, as well as a clear guide to breast cancer, how to check for it and all about screening. We also have a standalone on the ageing workforce. Contact us if you need a copy at enquiries@healthpartners.uk.com

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June 2021

Men should feel able to seek support from their GP or other clinician as soon they need it, just like anybody else. Our June Your Health Newsletter covers the topic of men's health. We also have a separate piece on cervical cancer and screening - ask us for a copy.

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May 2021

Our May Your Health Newsletter is packed this month:

  • All about ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
  • Asthma - a very common condition
  • Sun awareness/skin cancer.

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April 2021

This month we cover:

  • Stress
  • Bowel cancer.

Plus we have a great article on sleep - ask us for a copy.

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March 2021

This month we cover:

  • Cervical cancer
  • Let's keep moving.

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February 2021

This month we cover:

  • Seasonal affective disorder
  • Tinnitus
  • Anxiety.

New this month - QR codes! Enjoy.

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January 2021

For many, winter is a time for big jumpers and cosy nights in. For others, with Christmas over and short days ahead, winter can seem a difficult time of year.

January’s Your Health Newsletter covers:

  • Winter wellbeing
  • Cold weather working
  • Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome (HAVS).

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December 2020

Stay safe and well this Christmas

  • Mental health and stress at Christmas
  • Social isolation and loneliness
  • Alcohol and substance abuse.

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