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Spotting Winter Dehydration

Dehydration happens when you don’t have enough fluids in your system. Your hydration needs do not change much during the winter months. The body still loses water through sweating, breathing and urinating no matter which season it is. If you feel thirsty, have dry mouth, are light-headed, cannot focus well, feel tired or notice your skin is …

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Fatigue

During COVID-19 lockdown #iso people have been complaining of feeling so exhausted! Their lives changed, many worked from home and still are. Even though their lives slowed down they became pretty much stressed out. Energy levels were zapped!! Sometimes I wondered this might be the closest a normal healthy person might get to experiencing what …

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A High Temperature

While 80% of COVID-19 patients may only experience mild symptoms, they may display an elevated temperature. Hospitals, workplaces etc are performing temperature screens as extra precaution before entering. A high temperature is a normal response to infection. Something inside your body, such as an infection, has caused your temperature to rise. Some cancers, drugs and other treatment …

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Bowel Cancer Awareness Month 2020

June is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, creating awareness for prevention, early diagnosis, research, quality treatment and the best care for everyone affected by bowel cancer. While the risk of bowel cancer increases significantly with age, the disease doesn’t discriminate, affecting men and women, young and old. A highlight of the Month is Red Apple Day, Wednesday 17 June …

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