Health, Sports & Psychology

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor: Order your free health advice cards

Updated Friday 5th February 2016

Download our insightful health and wellbeing advice cards and combat the challenges associated with diet, exercise and more.

Health and wellbeing: everyday challenges

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Select this link to download your free cards

Ever wondered how to help your child achieve a healthy weight or how to deal with the challenges that go hand in hand with getting older?

Information and tips on a range of areas that affect your health and wellbeing, namely: diet, physical activity, obesity, ageing, wellbeing and inequality, have been addressed in these comprehensible cards.

 

For further information, take a look at our frequently asked questions which may give you the support you need.

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