Viral Meningitis Week runs between 6th and 12th of May 2019. It seeks to raise awareness about the true impact of the disease and the long-term problems it can bring.
The rise in premature births in Scotland is highlighted in ‘A Summary of the Health of the Nation’, the Annual Report for the Chief Medical Officer 2018.
Offshore operators like Total must take immediate steps to scrap these new rotas and return to safe working practices.”
The study, led by Dr Pierpaolo Pellicori, will investigate the incidence of heart failure and develop new methods to detect abnormal heart function at an early stage when treatment may prevent progression of the disease.
Once both a plaything of the wealthy and a means of liberation to the worker the bicycle allowed men and women a freedom of movement they had never before experienced.
“Members of the public, GPs, community pharmacies and hospitals should not stockpile.”
The next session is on Tuesday 26th March at 7.30pm at the Lifestyles Area at the Pickaquoy Centre, Kirkwall.
“March is the official endometriosis awareness month. As a person who suffers from it, I decided to share my story, and increase the knowledge of this condition, as many people still don’t know about it.”
“How do we raise the level of organ donations in Scotland to match the needs of those desperately awaiting transplantation?” David Stewart MSP
Knowing the signs of eating disorders and being more aware of the issue is the focus of Eating Disorders Week 2019