September2019

World Heart Day, 29th September 2019

Looking after your heart will make you feel physically healthier and able to enjoy your life to the fullest. To do so means to eat well, exercise regularly, reduce your intake of alcohol and stop smoking (also avoiding exposure to second hand smoke) and avoiding stress. According to the World[…]

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Fight the Flu – 2020/21

Flu occurs every year, usually in the winter, which is why it is sometimes called seasonal flu. It is a highly infectious disease with symptoms that come on very quickly. Colds are much less serious and usually start gradually with a stuffy or runny nose and a sore throat. A[…]

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Dyslexia in the Workplace Seminar, 24th September 2019

This seminar on dyslexia and its impact on the work environment was held at John Mackintosh Hall and compèred by Keith Ruiz from GBC. The aim was to promote inclusiveness within the workplace and support people with dyslexia, embracing diversity and effecting change. Key Speakers: His Excellency the Governor of[…]

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World Alzheimer’s Day, 21st September 2019

Raising awareness and challenging stigma September is World Alzheimer’s Month. World Alzheimer’s Day is on 21st  September each year.                                                               […]

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Organ Donation Week, 2nd-8th September 2019

Organ Donation Week is an annual campaign held in September every year. The campaign aims to encourage people to join the organ donor register and to share their decision with their families. Being able to donate organs to those who desperately need them is one of the great miracles of[…]

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