Community Health

Community Health And What We Can Do To Improve It

There is a push at the moment for people to start caring more about their communities. As we find out that more and more of the older generation suffering from depression and loneliness, and the mental health of the younger generation is suffering, we need to do something about. Forming a strong and healthy support network can help. We have decided to look at community health and what can be done to improve it. These are small steps that can really help in some of your neighbours’ lives. They will overall make your local community happy and healthy.

Read on and find out about community health and what we can do to improve it.…

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Clinician Combating Mental Health with Non-Surgical Eye Lift

Mental health is a growing problem in today’s society, specifically depression and anxiety. Some people are born with mental health conditions, while others develop them later in life. Depression and anxiety in particular are on the rise and a large portion of that can be attributed to the rise in use and dependence on social media. Although we all have our own insecurities, social media promotes media determined beauty ideals in women that are unrealistic and unattainable for many, without the risk of detrimental effects on physical and mental health. Constantly keeping up with other’s career achievements or personal relationships encourages self-doubt and comparisons with other people’s success. This is an unhealthy outlook on life and leads to many more …

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Dr Gayle Hann Voted Best A&E Doctor in London Community

A paediatrician in London has been voted the best A&E doctor after her endless work with victims of gang violence and children who have suffered injuries.

Working at North Middlesex Hospital, Dr Gayle Hann has spearheaded the drive to help young children coming into the hospital for treatment. Suffering brutal gang fights and kids coming in that have been in foster care need to be given more than just a patch up. They also need to be given a brighter future and Dr Hann’s final aim is to make sure they are not back in the hospital again. The hospital treats 50 or more knife attacks on teenagers and children that come from unsafe environments. Some of these knife attacks …

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UK Professor Wins Award for Work in the LGBTQ Community

Members of the LGBTQ population have always had to deal with a lack of healthcare and care that is not suited to their needs which has given rise to illnesses and conditions that could have easily been prevented has the right steps being taken.

Dr Keisa Fallin-Bennett who is an associate professor began her journey towards bringing this community better healthcare in 2016. Understanding the needs and differences for an important demographic has long been ignored and her final goal was to make healthcare accessible and catered towards them. The Transform Health initiative has been lead by Keisa which is an organization that has staff across many fields coming together to serve the LGBTQ community in the UK. The initiative …

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This New Start Up is Making Mental Health a Priority

Headquartered in London, Sanctus is headed by James Routledge and has used mental health and the importance of it as their fuel to run a successful business. Sanctus is helping businesses across the UK and London specifically with their therapy sessions that focus on the mental health of employees and people from every walk of life. Routledge himself suffered from severe anxiety attacks when he was running his first startup to the point where it became unbearable and lead to him giving up his dream.

Using this as his foundation and inspiration, he built Sanctus so that employees around Britain’s capital can focus on their mental health and employment issues as much as they focus on work. His own experiences …