Useful Websites

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Asthma UK

Asthma education for patients 

Arthritis Research Campaign
Joint problems 

Best Treatments
Clinical evidence for patients from the BMJ

Breast Cancer Care
Breast cancer information 

British Liver Trust 
Liver disease information 

British Epilepsy Association 
Information on epilepsy 

British Geriatrics Society
Care of the elderly 

British Heart Foundation 
Heart Disease Information 

Bullying Online
Advice on bullying
Chronic myeloid leukaemia support group

Coeliac Society 
Information on coeliac disease 

Continence Foundation
For people with bladder and bowel problems

Diabetes UK
Information on diabetes
Information on neurological disorders

Eat Well
Advice on healthy eating 

Family Planning Association 
Sexual health advice 

Fit for Travel
Travel health information for people travelling abroad from the UK 

Lab Tests Online UK
Understanding clinical lab tests 

Macmillan Cancer Relief
Information on Macmillan services and activities. Local details available. 

Malignant Mesothelioma
Information on Malignant Mesotelima

Marie Curie Cancer Care
For anyone looking for information about the charity's work with cancer patients and their families across the UK 

Mental health problems 

National Association for Colitis and Crohn's Disease 
Information on colitis and Crohns disease 

National Eczema Society 
Skin disorders 

Net Doctor
General health information 

Online and telephone health advice run by the NHS.  Tel 111

Osteoporosis Society
Bones disease information 

Patient UK
General health information 

Royal National Institute for Deaf People 
Hearing problems 

The Samaritans Tel 08457 90 90 90 

Stroke Association 
Stroke information 

Surgery Door 
General health information 

Independent nurse-led travel health website giving practical advice and useful links for staying healthy while travelling abroad 

Women's Health Information 
Women's health

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