Mouth Cancer Action Month
Published at 01 November, 2021.
This month is mouth cancer action month, with an early diagnosis the chances of surviving are nine out of ten, which is why it is important to know what to look out for.
Stoptober may be over but….
Published at 25 October, 2021.
Stoptober may be over but….The support continues! Stoptober may be a month that just focuses on stopping smoking, but we are here year round to continue helping you with your quit. Whether this is with your weekly calls or support every now and again, we will still be here.
What support is available during Stoptober?
Published at 18 October, 2021.
During Stoptober there is a lot more support available for you to help you become smokefree but sometimes it is hard to decide which support is best for you, so we have compiled a list of different ways to access support.
What are the benefits of Stoptober?
Published at 11 October, 2021.
Stoptober is a campaign that runs every year during the month of October. The campaign is now in its 10th year, but the benefits of Stoptober keep improving year on year.
What to expect from Stoptober 2021
Published at 04 October, 2021.
Stoptober is an annual campaign that runs through the month of October, encouraging smokers to stop smoking for the month. It has been proven that if you stop smoking successfully for 28 days, then you are 5 times more likely to quit smoking for good.
5 Minute Coffee Break - Stop Smoking, Start Quitting This ‘Stoptober’
Published at 01 October, 2021.
Sometimes we need motivation, a specific time, or an idea or two to help us prepare to stop smoking. If you like the idea of a challenge, then based on the statistic that quitting smoking for 28 days means you are 5 times more likely to stay quit then this may be the perfect time for you. Let's take 5 minutes with a coffee to see how this ‘Stoptober’ could be your time with our 28 A-Z`s of motivations, hint's and tips
World Heart Day
Published at 27 September, 2021.
World heart day falls on 29th September.
Cardiovascular disease remains the world’s number one killer, resulting in 18.6 million deaths a year. It has many causes: from smoking, diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity, to air pollution, and less common conditions such as Chagas disease and cardiac amyloidosis.
National Eye Health Week
Published at 20 September, 2021.
This week is national eye health week, this years theme is ‘Your Vision Matters’, and encourages people from every walk of life to take better care of their eyes and have regular sight tests.