The International Day of Happiness is a day to celebrate being happy! It started in 2013 as a way to recognise the importance of happiness in people’s lives around the world. It is celebrated on the 20th of March annually due to the March Equinox.
Glaucoma week is from the 10th till the 16th of March. It a week to bring awareness to glaucoma, and how early detection can save your eyesight.
International Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th every year. It is a day where women’s rights are the focal point. The first International Women’s Day occurred in 1911 and was supported by over 1 million people. It has increased every year since.
Rare disease day is celebrated on the 28th of February every year. It is a day to bring awareness and support to Individuals who have a rare disease. This year will be the 12th edition of the awareness campaign.
Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers in women. This type of cancer is often very slow growing and it can be detected in precancerous stages. That is why it is important to go for regular PAP tests.
he liver is very capable of repairing damaged cells, however, after a sustained amount of damage, these cells cannot heal anymore which causes cirrhosis. The problem is many people do not notice the symptoms at first due to them being so non-specific.
World Cancer Day is celebrated on the 4th of February every year. It is a day that empowers all of us across the world to show support, raise our collective voice, take personal action and press our governments to do more.
Making an appointment to go visit the doctor is not only for when an individual is sick, but it is important to go every year for check up with your GP. These check-ups are actually very important for your doctor to see if you are on the right track at staying healthy. It also helps pick up any medical problems which you might be unaware about.