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Dealing with Incontinence and Dementia

This article contains affiliate links Incontinence isn’t the first thing we think of when we talk about dementia but it’s more common than you might think. For some people, the neurological messages between the brain and bladder or…

Crohn’s & Colitis Week 1-7 December 2019

Crohn’s and Colitis are invisible illnesses that mainly affects the digestive system but can also cause fatigue and painful joints. They are forms of inflammatory bowel disease, that currently don’t have a cure. Around 300,000 in the UK…

SAVE LIVES, Grow a Beard this December.

Bowel Cancer UK has launched its annual Decembeard campaign aimed at raising awareness and vital funds into the research of life-saving treatments for bowel cancer. Taking part in Decembeard is so easy. All you have to do it ditch the…

Damascus Patient Study Day

Are you affected by diverticulitis? Would you be interested in helping to shape the treatment and support that is available for those who have diverticulitis? The DAMASCUS study aims at improving the outcomes for those who suffer…

NEW! B&BC Catheter Nurse Service

We’re proud to announce that we are launching a new catheter nurse service in partnership with Amcare Group to offer those who use intermittent catheters care, support and advice on all their catheter needs. If you have any…

Helping You Deal With Incontinence

There are around 6 million people in the UK alone who suffer from some type of bladder or bowel problem and so if you are experiencing incontinence in any shape or form, then you are not alone, and help is always available. Incontinence…

Connecting A Community That Just Can’t Wait

If you are one of the estimated 14 million people with a bladder condition or the 6.5 million people with a bowel condition in the UK, you will know that needing the toilet frequently can be an urgent requirement and you will often need to…

Get 50% OFF Home Blood Test Kits

Abilities in home tracking have come along a lot in the last few years. At-home, finger-prick blood tests mean that you can test various health indicators yourself. The question is why? What can you learn from tracking your own blood?…