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14 Feb 2014

Be clear on breast cancer

Local GPs are urging women in Waltham Forest aged 70 and over to be more aware of breast cancer and how to spot the symptoms of the disease.

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10 Feb 2014

You have the tools to fight fat

Local GPs in Waltham Forest are encouraging people who are overweight to make changes now to lose weight and improve health.

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03 Feb 2014

Take action against cancer

GPs in Waltham Forest are urging people to show their support for World Cancer Day 2014, which takes place on 4 February.

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27 Jan 2014

If you are feeling under the weather, get treatment fast… ‘The earlier, the better’

Local GPs want older people in Waltham Forest to seek help “the earlier the better” as part of a new NHS campaign launched last week.

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21 Jan 2014

Help prevent Cervical Cancer

To coincide with Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, which runs from 19 – 25 January 2014, GPs in Waltham Forest are calling on women to attend a cervical screening test when they are invited by their GP surgery.

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10 Jan 2014

New Year, new you

This year, millions of people have made a New Year’s resolution to improve at least one aspect of their health – whether that’s getting fit, stopping smoking, drinking less or eating more healthily.

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07 Jan 2014

Better Information Means Better Care: NHS contacts all English households from today

Leaflets explaining how the NHS uses patient information will begin landing on the doormats of England’s 26.5 million households from Monday 6th January 2014.

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10 Dec 2013

A call to action

NHS England has called on the public, NHS staff and politicians to have an open and honest debate about the future shape of the NHS

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03 Dec 2013

World AIDS Day – Be aware

Local GPs are urging Waltham Forest residents to show their support this week for World AIDS Day, which took place on 1 December.

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19 Nov 2013

Self-care week – take control!

Local people can learn how to take control of their own health as part of a national drive this week running from 18 to 24 November.

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