There doesn't need to be violence in your relationship for you to be a victim of domestic abuse.
Coercive control is a criminal offence. Put simply, coercive behaviour is behaviour that controls you, your time and your relationships or finances.
Are you downing your razor for November? If not, perhaps you might consider it?
Mouth Cancer Action Month
Mouth cancer causes more deaths each year than road traffic accidents, though only around 9% of people are aware of the major risk factors for mouth cancer.
Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Currently, more than half of the people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer will die within three months.
If your child has a medical condition that means they're more at risk of complications from flu, you can arrange to have your child vaccinated with us in surgery rather than waiting for a school flu clinic.
Stay well in winter and cold weather
Some people are more vulnerable in cold weather, and as winter rapidly approaches, we need to think about how we can stay well when it's wintry.
If you're caring for someone at risk of going missing, you might want to have a look at the Herbert Protocol.
Lung Cancer Awareness Month
It's Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and there are signs and symptoms that you should look out for.
COPD Awareness Month
The main symptoms of COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) are shortness of breath, a phlegmy cough, frequent chest infections and wheezing.
Stress Awareness Day, 1st November
Stress affects us all in different ways and at different times.
Bonfire Night, 5th November
Bonfire Night is celebrated throughout the UK and it's an opportunity to enjoy a bonfire and fireworks. However, there are some things we need to consider to make sure we stay safe.
UK Malnutrition Awareness Week, 6th to 12th November
This year, UK Malnutrition Awareness Week is focusing on malnutrition and dehydration through preventable causes or disease.
Odd Socks Day, 13th November
Odd Socks Day marks the start of Anti-Bullying Week. Why odd socks?
Anti-Bullying Week, 13th to 17th November
"Make a noise about bullying" is the theme of this year's Anti-Bullying Week, encouraging us to speak out when banter becomes something more serious or when we see bullying taking place.
Transgender Awareness Week, 13th to 19th November
Transgender Awareness Week leads up to the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance which allows us to remember victims of transphobic violence.
World Diabetes Day, 14th November
It's World Diabetes Day, and the theme this year is "Know your risk, Know your response".
COPD Awareness Day, 15th November
COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) is the name for a group of lung conditions that cause similar issues and include emphysema and chronic bronchitis.
Antimicrobial Awareness Week, 18th to 24th November
One of the biggest challenges we face is the growing resistance of viruses, parasites, fungi and bacteria to the drugs and medicines that we use to treat them.
International Men's Day, 19th November
International Men's Day falls on 19th November, and the theme for this year is "Zero Male Suicide".
UK Disability History Month, 16th November to 16th December
People living with disabilities face difficulties and discrimination in their lives which provide additional challenges for them to overcome.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, 25th November
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women begins 16 days of activism against gender-based violence, culminating in International Human Rights Day on 10th December.
16 days of activism against gender-based violence, 25th November to 10th December
Violence against girls and women is a significant issue across the world.