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Depression affects many young people and can have a serious impact on personal development and wellbeing. It’s therefore important young people are able to recognise some of the signs and symptoms of depression, both in themselves and friends, and feel comfortable seeking further support, when required. More information
You may feel down after having a baby – this is known as the ‘baby blues’. These feelings usually only last a day or two but for those who experience postnatal depression, it lasts longer than a couple of days. More information
Diabetes is diagnosed when a person has too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. This happens because the pancreas cannot make enough insulin. Glucose is an essential source of energy for the brain as well as a source of energy for the body. More information
Many of us spend much of our day sitting down. Even if we exercise regularly, the rest of the time we spend not moving can be bad for us. Even when people engage in 2. More information
Children need many little drinks during their day. Regularly offer drinks, as your child might forget to drink when exercising and get dehydrated, this can be dangerous for young children. You need about 8–10 cups of fluid each day to keep your body hydrated and working properly. More information
Both children and adults need to be active and eat healthily to live well. Just like adults, children can sometimes be fussy about new flavours and textures, and at times may eat too much of the wrong kinds of food. More information
Home pregnancy tests are very reliable and will give you a result within a minute or two. The best time to take a pregnancy test is one week after you miss your period. This is because the tests look for hormones in your urine. More information