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Health Websites

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Asthma UK 
Asthma UK is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.2 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.

British Epilepsy Association 
Information on epilepsy

British Geriatrics Society 
Care of the elderly

British Heart Foundation 
Heart Disease Information

Bullying Online 
Advice on bullying

Continence Foundation 
For people with bladder and bowel problems

Diabetes UK 
Information on diabetes

DIPEx.org 
A site sharing and talking about the experience of illness for both patients and healthcare professionals

Eat Well           
Advice on healthy eating

Family Heart Association 
Family heart association

Family Planning Association 
Sexual health advice

Fit for Travel 
Travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK

Lab Tests Online UK 
Understanding clinical lab tests

Macmillan Cancer Relief 
Information on Macmillan services and activities Local details available

Marie Curie Cancer Care 
For anyone looking for information about the charity's work with cancer patients and their families across the UK

MIND 
Mental health problems

National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease 
Information on colitis and Crohns disease

National Eczema Society 
Skin disorders

Net Doctor 
General health information

NHS 111        
Online and telephone health advice run by the NHS. 
Tel 111

Osteoporosis Society 
Bones disease information

Patient UK 
General health information

Royal National Institute for Deaf People 
Hearing problems

Samaritans 
The Samaritans Tel 08457 90 90 90

Stop Smoking 
NHS Giving Up Smoking

Stroke Association 
Stroke information

Surgery Door 
General health information

TravelHealth 
Independent nurse-led travel health website giving practical advice and useful links for staying healthy while travelling abroad



 
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