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July is a very important month for the world’s leading charity fighting to eradicate Group B Strep (GBS) infection in babies. Group B Strep Support (GBSS) is an amazing organisation and one we at Summerfield Healthcare support with annual donations.
Numbers of people with diabetes in the UK are on the rise – with a projected 5.3 million expected to be living with the condition within the next four years.
As we enter June we’re prompted to discuss a topic that has been long neglected by so many – men’s health!
We are proud of our team at Summerfield Healthcare – a team of experts committed to providing the best care for our patients.
When the country went into lockdown in March 2020, a halt was put on a wide range of non-urgent procedures. But more than a year on, the lack of access to some of those procedures are causing worry.
Hosted by the Mental Health Foundation, Mental Health Awareness Week provides an opportunity for us to highlight the growing numbers of dementia cases, worsened by COVID, and stress the importance of seeking help.
Many people are guilty of neglecting their health and wellbeing at some point in their lives, but an annual health check can help you keep healthier for longer as well as being able to detect any early indications of an underlying illness.
Our turnaround assessments time can be around four weeks if our visits and assessments can be booked within that period at a time to suit all involved.
Stress is a feeling known to many. It can keep you awake at night, make you irritable and have physical effects.
But will stress have long-lasting effects on your wellbeing?
Heart disease and circulation problems are very common and many people will be aware of the conditions and potential impact on lives – but could YOU recognise the symptoms and do you know what treatments are available?
A cough or a temperature sparks anxiety due to the risk of COVID – but our health is important all the time, and prevention is key.
Planning for the worst is something most of us are not very good at but it must be faced and dealt with so everyone knows what your wishes are should you become incapable of making decisions for yourself.