Long term conditions

1 year to reverse the risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Added on 12 November 2020, in News - Long term conditions

A retired nurse who lowered her risk of developing type 2 diabetes looks back at her journey which began 1 year ago on World Diabetes Day.

Tackling the onset of type 2 diabetes during a pandemic

Added on 4 September 2020, in News - General news / Long term conditions

The Healthier You Diabetes Prevention Programme has been empowering people to take charge of their own health and wellbeing.

Act FAST when stroke strikes

Added on 14 May 2020, in News - General news / Long term conditions

If you think you or a loved one has symptoms of the killer condition don’t put off seeking help because of coronavirus. Act FAST.

Dementia carers support workshop

Added on 10 January 2020, in Event - Events / Long term conditions

A taster workshop for people new to the role of caring for a loved one diagnosed with dementia. Come and meet people in a similar situation.

Specialist diabetes nurses helping to reduce length of hospital stays

Added on 14 October 2019, in News - General news / Long term conditions

A specialist team is leading the way in diabetes care which is helping to reduce the length of time people spend in the hospital.

New self-care app giving people with COPD control over their condition

Added on 25 April 2019, in News - General news / Long term conditions

People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) have said a new app is giving them confidence and control.

Mum saved from developing deadly diabetes backs free NHS course

Added on 1 April 2019, in News - General news / Long term conditions

A mum who joined a free NHS prevention programme is so thankful that she is supporting others who face the serious condition.

Manager with chronic illness life transformed by Cornwall health pilot

Added on 2 February 2019, in News - General news / Long term conditions

A woman with a chronic illness so bad she could barely lift a shopping bag is now CrossFit training, thanks to health pilot