AS the days lengthen and it is a little warmer, hopefully those of us who made New Year resolutions to get fitter and healthier will feel encouraged to do so. Supporting us in all this is the National Health Service, which this year celebrates its 60th an
AS the days lengthen and it is a little warmer, hopefully those of us who made New Year resolutions to get fitter and healthier will feel encouraged to do so.
Supporting us in all this is the National Health Service, which this year celebrates its 60th anniversary.
Gordon Brown has announced a world first - there will be a national screening programme for some of the country's biggest killers. These include heart attacks, strokes diabetes and kidney diseases.
As individuals, we can also try to help to conquer these diseases by keeping up with our resolutions to improve and maintain our health.
We can look at our lifestyle and adjust our diet to match the amount of work we do. We can take small steps to increase the exercise we take, dig the garden, walk a mile, ride a bicycle
ANTHEA COX, Huntingdon Constituency Labour Party
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