Wellbeing & Fitness

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week: Making cervical screenings accessible to disabled women

It is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, which raises awareness of smear tests. However, disabled women are missing out due to…

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Hospitals and me: how to have the best possible experience if you’re disabled

Simon Stevens, who has cerebral palsy among other impairments, has spent a lot of time in hospital. Here, he shares…

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Tips for coping with Christmas if you have a chronic illness

Christmas can be a stressful time of year, but particularly if you have a chronic illness. Blogger Jamie Smith, who…

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Smart and assistive technology and the future of healthcare

Smart and assistive technology is being used to improve the lives of patients who need medication. Learn how Pharmacy2U's online…

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How to be a happier and healthier disabled person in 7 small tweaks

Find out how you can become happier and healthier, no matter what your disability, with these 7 small tweaks, from…

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Ultimate guide to vitamins and minerals to support well-being – whatever your disability

Vitamins and minerals are important for everyone, but this is particularly the case if you're disabled or have a long-term…

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We speak to six-time Paralympic champion Stephen Miller

Find out what keeps successful Paralympian Stephen Miller motivated, his charity SMILE Through Sport and his involvement in the inclusive…

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Pharmacy2U review: the smart way to get repeat prescriptions

Do you struggle to get keep up with your repeat prescriptions and to get out to your GP or pharmacy?…

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Why wheelchair fencing could be the sport for you

Have you ever considered wheelchair fencing? Karen, who has Cerebral Palsy, didn't think it would be right for her but…

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Festival of Inclusive Tennis 2019 – come along, join in and have fun

Festival of Inclusive Tennis 2019 takes place on Saturday 20th July at Cambridge University Sport Centre - inclusive for everyone…

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