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Seven ways to boost your self-esteem

Published on 21st January 2019

Seven ways to boost your self-esteem Check negative self-talk, set manageable goals, take regular exercise – and try your hand at gardening, to improve your self-esteem. Check out this article on the guardian website, seven ways to boost your self-esteem, click here to find out more. Some simple tips to boost your self-esteem this chilly […]

Conjunctivitis Infection

Published on 12th July 2018

Conjunctivitis is a common eye condition that affects the thin, transparent lining of tissue called the conjunctiva, the conjunctiva lines the inner surface of the eyelid and covers the white of the eye. Conjunctivitis infection is often referred to as red eye.   What are the symptoms of Conjunctivitis? Conjunctivitis can be in one or […]

EHIC Travel Health Card

Published on 4th July 2018

Everybody who is travelling in Europe needs an EHIC card – million’s of people have let their EHIC cards expire and million’s more cards are due to expire in 2018, so ensure yours is valid before you go away. This in no way replaces your travel insurance, you will still need to get this. What it […]


Published on 4th July 2018

Vertigo is not a condition it is a specific symptom and there is usually a underlying condition causing vertigo. It makes you feel dizzy and that everything around you is spinning, so affecting your balance. An attack can last for anything from a few seconds to hours. In severe cases it can last for days. […]

Holiday Healthcare ‘Fit for Travel’ Checklist

Published on 4th July 2018

Getting ready for that trip can be stressful and fun. With all that excitement though you could forget to pack those all essential must haves. Here at Home Health UK we are able to help make sure that you are ‘fit for travel’ with everything you need to get you through your holiday without disaster […]

Urine Infections (UTI) Cystitis

Published on 2nd May 2018

Urine infections or UTI’s can affect different parts of your urinary tract. If your bladder is affected it is called cystitis, if the urethra is affected it is called urethritis and if the kidneys are infected is is called a kidney infection. Urine infections are common, irritating conditions that usually affect women, though men and […]

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment

Published on 17th April 2018

Erectile Dysfunction Treatment and Information Erectile Dysfunction Treatment is commonly recognised as the little blue, diamond shaped pill. This is a drug that helps men whoi suffer from impotence or erectile dysfunction. Erectile Dysfunction treatment has now become available without prescription, it is hoped this will help many men who suffer from impotence but are […]

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Published on 12th April 2018

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Type 2 Diabetes

Published on 28th March 2018

          Type 2 diabetes, also known as non insulin dependent diabetes, is the most common type of diabetes. Type 2 usually appears in older people (over 40) though as levels of obesity in the UK are rising, more and more younger people are being diagnosed. Type 2 happens when the pancreas fails to produce enough insulin to […]

Gestational Diabetes

Published on 28th March 2018

Gestational diabetes and diabetes in pregnancy Gestational diabetes is a form of diabetes that develops or is discovered during pregnancy and then usually disappears when the pregnancy is over. Gestational diabetes occurs in approximately 1 in 20 pregnancies. What causes gestational diabetes? Gestational diabetes can develop during pregnancy, because the pregnancy hormones make it harder […]

Treating type 1 diabetes

Published on 28th March 2018

Treatments for type 1 diabetes There isn’t a cure for type 1 diabetes so the primary aim of treatment is to keep blood glucose levels as near to normal as possible. The quicker levels are brought under control the better the long term prospect of damage. You will be under the care of a team that will […]

Living with Diabetes

Published on 28th March 2018

Daily care Whatever diabetes you have, it is very important that you come to terms with it and take responsibility for your every day care. The more you understand your condition and how it affects you, the better you will be able to control it. Much of the daily care involves trying to keep blood […]