Cancer awareness plays an important part in helping to educate the masses on the disease, symptoms and treatments for cancer.
In this section, learn how you can get involved in supporting the lives of people diagnosed with cancer in the UK, or where you can get support if you have been diagnosed with cancer.
Domestic abuse can be defined as an incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening, degrading and violent behaviour, including sexual violence. It is classed as domestic violence when it has been committed by your partner, family member or carer.
In this section you will find useful resources on what to do if you, or someone you know, is a victim of domestic abuse.
As the Money & Pensions Service (MaPS) states, 'Financial wellbeing is known by many names – like financial literacy, wellness, confidence or resilience – but put simply, it’s about having a good relationship with your money.'
In this section you will find resources that will aid your financial wellbeing, and resources that may help if you, or someone you know, is in a financial crisis.
It has been found that the life expectancy for men in the UK is 78.2, which is significantly lower than women at 82.3.
Hence, it is important that men take extra care in ensuring that they look after their mind and body. In this section you will find helpful resources that target men's health issues.
Oral health is often an indicator to many other diseases and illnesses, which is why it is important that we look after our oral health, and that we learn what the signs of more serious diseases are.
In this section, please find resources surrounding oral health to ensure you know how to look after yours!
Taking part in physical activity can have a great impact on one's physical and mental health. Exercise just once or twice a week can reduce the risk of heart disease or stroke, as well as reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression.
In this section you will find useful resources surrounding physical activity and exercise.
It’s recommended that adults up to the age of 64, need 7-9 hours of sleep per night. However, in reality, we know that for some people this is highly unrealistic. It was found that almost 1 in 5 people in the UK aren’t getting enough sleep.
In this section, please find useful resources on how you can improve your sleep, which will have a huge benefit on your health and wellbeing.