Stress Awareness Month has been celebrated every year since 1992, raising awareness for a condition that many of us will feel at some point in our lives. While stress is very common, it can also cause a lot of distress and can have a negative impact on day to day life. Read all about stress including its causes, symptoms and what you can do to treat yourself.
World Health Day is marked every year and is sponsored by World Health Organisation (WHO), the day marks the organisations founding and is used to draw worldwide attention to the importance of health. To help celebrate, here’s HMT’s top tips for leading a healthy lifestyle.
Scarlet fever is on the rise in the UK, with a dramatic increase in diagnosed cases since last year. The infection can usually be treated with antibiotics which will be prescribed from your doctor. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about the extremely contagious condition.
A stroke is a life-threatening medical emergency that requires immediate attention, it is the result of a lack of blood to the brain due to clotting and can be fatal. Spotting the signs early and getting treatment immediately can reduce the severity of the effects, look out for the FAST symptoms and call 999 if you think someone is having a stroke.
March 8th marks National No Smoking Day, a day which is observed to encourage all of those who smoke, to give up for one day. Today is a great day to kick start stopping smoking, HMT have created a complete guide on tips on how you can stop smoking today.
Psoriasis is a long-lasting, autoimmune skin disease which typically causes the skin to go red, flaky and may often result in the skin being covered with silvery scales. Discover more about the condition of psoriasis here.
We are thrilled to announce that HMT Sancta Maria and ABMU have partnered with Dementia UK to bring Admiral Nurses to the local area. Sancta Maria Hospital will be the first place in South Wales to benefit from these specialist dementia nurses.
Brocklesby Point-to-Point is the most exciting armature horse racing event in North Lincolnshire and you could win tickets with HMT St Hugh’s, read more on how to enter this exciting competition.
A bone fracture is a medical term for a bone breakage, the average number of breaks throughout someone lifetime is two, our bones have a certain level of bend in them but if they are put under too much pressure, they may snap, resulting in a bone breakage.
A cataract is simply a clouding of the natural lens of the eye, it can develop following trauma or more commonly, is a natural condition brought on by age. Discover 10 things you might not have know about the common eye condition.