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Worried about your hearing, or someone else’s?

During Deaf Awareness Week (May 6-12), Action on Hearing Loss will team up with Brighton and Hove Buses to urge people to be more deaf aware in their daily lives to make the...
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ME taken very seriously!

Researchers at Sussex University are leading the way in studying ME or Chronic fatigue syndrome and Fibromyalgia by investigating the post-exertional malaise that is a key...
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Healthwatch launch 2019 GP patient survey

Healthwatch Brighton & Hove, an independent watchdog for health and social care services in the city, launch their 2019 GP patient survey to help develop a picture of how...
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Breakthrough for diabetic blindness

MOTHER Nature could have the answer to treating several causes of blindness, according to a ground-breaking study involving scientists from the University of Surrey and the...
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Prisoner with HIV and diabetes failed by prison staff

Inquest finds that the death of Annabella Landsberg, a prison inmate who had diabetes and HIV, was caused by the failings of prison and healthcare staff at HMP Peterborough.
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B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival: LGBT BAME Drop-In Advocacy Service

As part of the B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival the Brighton and Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum host an LGBT BAME Drop-In Advocacy Service. The event is for BAME (black,...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival: SAFE SOCIAL

As part of the B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival the volunteers of the Brighton and Hove LGBT Community Safety Forum present SAFE SOCIAL a peer support initiative.
Posted On 05 Apr 2019
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B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival: LGBTQ Dementia Friends Training

As part of The B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival, Brighton and Hove LGBT Switchboard present LGBTQ Dementia Friends Training a one-hour workshop aimed at raising awareness.
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STI Testing week returns to the City for fifth year

This is Brighton & Hove STI Testing Week, where local residents are encouraged to get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).  The campaign to tackle high rates of...
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NAT calls on London Mayor to intervene in PrEP row

National AIDS Trust (NAT) reveal further delays in the capitol to the essential HIV prevention drug PrEP being made available in London Clinics. NHS England announced today...
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New research on the Faster Diagnosis Standard for Cancer

New research from the University of Surrey finds that GPs will have a pivotal role in ensuring the success of the new Faster Diagnosis Standard (FDS) for Cancer. In the first...
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B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Community Festival: MindOut Mental Health and Wellbeing Day

As part of this year’s B RIGHT ON LGBT+ Festival, MindOut will be running a full day of mental health and wellbeing support sessions, workshops, advocacy drop-ins an...
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Bear-Patrol raise almost £3,500 for LGBTQ Mental Health Charity

Bear-Patrol, the social networking community group raise £3,424.25 for MindOut, the LGBTQ Mental Health Service during The Grand Brighton Half Marathon 2019. Monies were...
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1,000s of kids across South East admitted to hospital for drink and drug abuse

Kent and Hampshire exposed as having highest child hospital admission rates as experts warn of “frightening” rise in young addicts checking into rehab.
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