The gut has long been called ‘the second brain’ so it stands to reason that there is a relationship between what you eat and your mental health. We explore how nutritional psychiatry is growing and whether certain diets can help improve our…
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We're highlighting the importance of early detection by knowing the symptoms of bladder cancer. David tells us how his urostomy stoma saved his life - and how noticing blood in his urine was the key.
Ever wondered what powers our Home Delivery Service? We put members first, which is why we have Stoma Nurses on hand at every turn. Meet the team here.
This week is World Continence Week so we wanted to share stories from our community to highlight just how many people are affected by bladder and bowel conditions.
Saffronne Epaminondas has lived with IBS for over 32 years and was diagnosed at the age of 18. There is currently no cure, but Saffron kindly shares her experiences of living with this chronic illness.
For mental health awareness week, Community Manager Gemma Savory describes ways to help you overcome lockdown anxiety.
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