Carers Week recognises the invaluable role that unpaid carers play in society. This year Carers Week will run from 10th – 16th June and look at Getting Carers Connected. There will be a range of trips and events you can attend, finishing with the Carer's Festival of Friday
According to a report examining the drinking habits of 36 countries last year, Britons reported getting drunk an average of 51.1 times in a 12-month period, which accounts for almost once a week.
Self service blood pressure machines are available in Kensington Central, North Kensington and now Chelsea Library during Library opening hours with supported sessions during advertised times.
This is Dementia Action Week (20 to 26 May) and dementia organisations are calling on everyone to take action to improve the everyday lives of people affected by dementia.
International experts have presented research indicating that dementia incidence rates may be falling by up to 15% decade on decade.
Dementia currently affects 850,000 people in the UK and the condition is now the country’s leading cause of death.
A study conducted by The University of Western Australia and the Baker Institute found that just 30 minutes of moderately intense walking can help improve brain blood flow in overweight and obese adults.
Patients can now apply online for a prescription season ticket, and receive a digital certificate instantly, which will save them having to relaim the £8.80 they pay for each prescription whilst waiting for their new paper certificate
Athletes know a vigorous workout can release a flood of endorphins: "feel-good" hormones that boost mood. Now there's evidence that exercise produces another hormone that may improve memory and protect against Alzheimer's disease, according to a study.
Time to Talk Day takes place on Thursday 7 February 2019. It's a day that brings the nation together to get talking and make a conversation about mental health.