Drug and Alcohol Services Alcohol: 9 The Drive, Hove Drop-in: Mon – Wed 10 – 2 Drugs: 11 St Georges Place, Brighton Drop-in: 10 – 5 Mon- Fri & Sat. a.m. Worried about someone else? Call 0800 085 4450, 10 – 4pm www.thinkdrinkdrugs.comYour best source of drug and alcohol information, plus where to get help in Brighton and Hove
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Open your eyes to Women aged 50 - 70,breast screening... registered with GP’s init could save your life Brighton, will receive invitation letters and appointments to be screened every three years. Please attend when invited Please note: The new venue for screening all women in central Brighton is the Park Centre for Breast Care at 177 Preston Road Brighton, BN1 6AG If you are over 70 and want to be screened contact the Park Centre for Breast Care on 01273 664966 and ask for an appointment.
Cervical screening ….could save your life Cervical Screening... could save your life... Attend when invited Cervical Screening saves over 4,500 lives a year. In England 900 women still die of cervical each year and many of these women have not had regular screening. The cervical screening programme is for all women over 25. How often do I need to go? Women 25-49 every three years, 50-64 every five years Contact details for appointments • Family Planning Clinic (CASH) Morley St, Brighton 01273 242091 • GP practice • Practice Nurse Find out more about cancer screening:
Exposure to the sun• Don’t burn, wear a hat and t-shirt• Seek the shade between 11am – 3pm• Use sun screen SPF 15 or higher• Drink plenty of water
Lung CancerCHECK IT OUT: Know your symptoms and have them checked out byyour doctor: – An unexplained cough for more than 3 weeks – A change in cough you have had for a long time – Being short of breath – Blood in the phlegm – Repeated chest infections – A lasting chest or shoulder pain – Unexplained tiredness – Unexplained weight lossSome of these symptoms are common and may not be cancer howeverspotting cancer at an early stage could save your life.Useful websites:•www.nhs.uk/lungcancer•www.spotcancerearly.com