http://www.selfcareforum.org/fact-sheets/

Surrey Family Services

Everything a family needs to know about childcare, activities, support services, finance and social services. Just click on the link:

Surrey Family Services

IBS

IBS stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. It is a general term meaning there is a common gut disorder. Many things can contribute to causing IBS such as:

  • Anxiety and stress
  • Diet related such as intolerance to foods
  • Bad bacteria in the gut
  • Overactive muscles of the gut 

The main symptoms of IBS can be a bloated feeling, pain and discomfort and the type of stools produced. Some sufferers of IBS can have diarrhoea (IBS-D), some can be constipated (IBS-C) and some can alternate between constipation and diarhoea (IBS-A).

For practice diet advice and diet sheets click on this link: http://www.ibsdiets.org/

Disability Allowance

Good website for information concerning what grants disabled people can apply for like reduced council tax and fixed rate water bills for example:

http://www.disability-grants.org/disability-discounts-national.html#home

Surrey Family Services

Everything a family needs to know about childcare, activities, support services, finance and social services. Just click on the link:

Surrey Family Services

 

Mammogram Results

If you have had a mammogram then you can obtain the results directly by contacting the Jarvis Centre on  (01483 783211) or clicking on the link below:

https://www.breast-screening.surrey.nhs.uk/

Breast cancer treatment and aftercare information leaflet click here: OAFU Breast Cancer Patient Leaflet 23 Nov 2016.pdf

Hiblio TV

Hiblio is an exciting educational and informative video seminar service provided by at Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust.

Hiblio is about making it easier for those who need help to find it. The WebTV channel is simple to access and presents viewers with credible information about health, wellbeing and lifestyle – broadcasting the topics relevant to them.

Click on the link below for their website. Many of their videos are also on YouTube which can be accessed via the Hiblio website:

http://www.hiblio.tv/