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Why not consider donating blood? Around 500 people in Northern Ireland need life-saving blood each week. To ensure an adequate supply to our hospitals, 300 people need to give blood every day.
The Public Health Agency is raising awareness of the signs and symptoms of cancer. It's important to ‘Be Cancer Aware', to know what to look out for and to get yourself checked if you notice anything which could point ...
With rising energy costs, it's a good idea to develop energy-saving habits. It's not about making huge changes to our daily lives but small things which together could save money.
The Public Health Agency is urging everyone to sit down today with their loved ones and talk about their organ donation wishes. A family will always have to agree to donation, whether or not their loved one is on the ...
Stroke is a common cause of death and disability in Northern Ireland. The Public Health Agency is reminding people to ‘act FAST' and call 999 if they think someone is having a stroke. It could save their life.