More than 22 million people in the EU live with untreated hearing loss, increasing their risk of social isolation, depression, cognitive decline and dementia. Oticon supports World Hearing Day 2019 in encouraging us all to recognize the signs of and address hearing loss. Copenhagen, Denmark, March 1st, 2019 – Hearing loss is one of the most prevalent conditions that … Continue reading Checking Your Hearing Could Change Your Life
Whatever your age, size or shape, it’s important to take care of your breasts. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK, so get to know how your breasts look and feel so you know what is normal for you. You will then be more confident about noticing any unusual changes. If you … Continue reading How To Check Your Breast
Nearly two-thirds of the population are ignoring THE simplest step in reducing their risk of stroke, heart attack or heart failure by not knowing their blood pressure numbers – according to a new national survey by Blood Pressure UK to mark Know Your Numbers! Week 2018: 10-16th September. When it comes to knowing your blood … Continue reading Do You Know What A Healthy Blood Pressure Reading Is?
September is Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month (GCAM) and is a perfect time to encourage more women to learn about the five gynaecological cancers; cervical, ovarian, womb, vaginal and vulval. Only many of the UK's leading cancer charities are missing the message when it comes to vaginal and vulval cancer awareness and these women are asking … Continue reading Vulva Cancer Survivors Fight For More Awareness To Be Raised
In our busy 21st century lives, we use digital technology for nearly everything we do. Texting, emailing and tweeting on the move has become the daily norm for most of us, and recent studies suggest this is having a damaging effect on our health and wellbeing. The average person checks their phone 200 times a … Continue reading Need A Digital Detox? How To Switch Off And Where To Go