Brain Games, Conversation and Good Health Habits: Tips for Staying Mentally Active

Guest blog by Karen Weeks The notion that seniors reach a point where the brain can’t learn or develop anymore has been thoroughly quashed by recent findings about neuroplasticity, which show that the brain is…

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Choose well for non-emergencies just like our intern, Naomi.

Our marketing intern Naomi talks about her experience of our Minor Injuries Unit. When my 4 year old son crushed his finger after it was trapped in a door at nursery, I knew he’d need…

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What exactly is social prescribing?

In this blog, our communications manager Josie Purcell takes a look into social prescribing. What is it and who can access it? You may have heard the term social prescribing being spoken about in recent…

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Yoga for healthy lower backs

Alison Trewhela from Truro has been passionate about helping people ease their back pain through yoga for more than 25 years. A yoga teacher since 1983, in 2006 she designed a Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs…

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