In the UK someone dies from bowel cancer (also known as colorectal cancer and might also be called colon cancer or rectal cancer) every 30 minutes. This statistic is even more shocking when we consider that regular bowel cancer screening could easily slash the number of deaths from the disease.Bowel cancer incidence is strongly related to age, with the highest incidence rates being in older people. In the UK in 2013-2015, on average each year more than 4 in 10 (44%) of new cases were in people aged 75 and over.Age-specific incidence rates rise steeply from around age 50-54. The highest rates are in the 85 to 89 age group for males and females. The average age for diagnosis is 68 in men and 72 in women.And, with bowel cancer screening being so simple, there really is no reason not to get tested.Get tested at Medcare from just 30 euros. Medcare is the number one private medical clinic on the Costa Blanca, with clinics in Benijofar and Alfaz del Pi. Taking care of over 10,000 English speaking patients for 12 years. Contact Monday to Friday 09.00 - 17.00 on 966 860 258 or email email@example.com Visit the website for more info... https://www.medcarespain.com/bowel-cancer-screening-offer/
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https://janprener.dkVelkommen til Tandlægerne Christina og Jan Prener, en hyggelig lille klinik i det centrale Herlev. Din tilfredshed er vores tilfredshed. Vi tilbyder alle former for tandbehandling.Vi rådgiver og tilbyderVi tilbyder alle former for tandbehandling.Klinikkens tandlæger foretager al tandbehandling, tandrensning og undersøgelser.Vi rådgiver dig om hvilke tandbehandlinger der bør ske nu, og hvilke der på sigt bør udføres, så dine tænder bevares sunde og flotte hele livet.Vi tilbyder dig en livslang behandlingsplan, så du kan bevare et smukt og velfungerende tandsæt hele livet.Vores mål er at give dig en tandbehandling på et højt fagligt niveau. Hos os kan du forvente konkurrencevenlige priser.
We would like to warn newcomers, buyers or renters, that in the Comunidad Valenciana, one still can burn in open air. This means that too many days we are in total pollution! You can't even open a window or go outside! There are norms and regulations but where we live in Alfaz del Pi/Albir no one respects them and the Police doesn't care because it's an ancestral habit! So, if you want to come to the Costa Blanca (blanca means white, like the smoke of the bomfires) and enjoy healthy air please check first if they don(t burn in the town you've chosen.
Hello Everyone. Forgive me if this has been answered previously. I did search (perhaps badly) but I cannot find answers to these very specific questions that are recent. Reasonably, the answers are generic, or they are specific about tablets that I do not take, or they are quite old. I take the following drugs. Metformin 500mg 4 2 x 500mg standard morning; 2 x 500mg SR, evening Simvastatin 20mg 1 Rivaroxaban 20mg 1 Verapamil 120mg 1 Omeprazol 20mg 2 Gliclazide 80 mg 1 In the medium to long term I shall sort out getting into the Spanish system, making payments and so on. I have all the documentation on that and am happy to go through the process. I also will take supplies from the UK to cover perhaps two months, so I have that covered. I realise people may tell me I will get into the system etc, so not to worry, but please indulge me on the questions I have asked. I would very much appreciate answers specific to these. Q1. In case there is a possible gap between my UK supplies and getting in the Spanish system, can anyone please give me current prices for these particular items (or perhaps some, like the metformin) if I just bought them over the counter? Q2. I have read that in the short term I could go to a doctor with my EHIC and get a prescription (based on showing the UK one) and that would be cheaper. Has anyone has success with this? I wold like to emphasise that I m not trying to cheat the UK or Spanish systems. I just want to make sure I can cover any potential gap with a soirt-run solution. Thank you in advance.
Can anyone help me please? I'm staying just north of Valencia while house hunting and I seem to have developed an abscess on my face - not tooth abcsess but skin abscess. Couldn't be worse timing on the Sunday of a bank holiday weekend! I'm told everything is closed until Wednesday but I don't think it should wait that long. Can anyone advise me whether it would be acceptable to go to the hospital or whether I should try and find a doctor. Spain is very new to me and I haven't had time to find out those things yet.
British Embassy Press Release Nationwide cooperation agreement signed with British Embassy British people living in Spain will have easier access to the services and support of the Red Cross thanks to a nationwide cooperation agreement signed by the British Ambassador, Simon Manley, and the national vice president of the Spanish Red Cross, Javier Gimeno. The new agreement aims to improve the quality of life for the most vulnerable expatriates, and their ability to access Red Cross services. It also seeks to encourage people in the British community to volunteer for Red Cross activities and promote collaboration with other British community associations. The partnership, which was signed on Monday 21 September at the headquarters of the Red Cross, will be piloted in the province of Alicante, which has a large British community. The aim is then to extend it nationwide, enabling British communities across Spain to access Red Cross services and become involved in their projects. Simon Manley said: “People in the British communities have a wealth of experience and skills, and I really hope that this new partnership with the Red Cross will encourage more people to volunteer their talents and support for the benefit of others. “The agreement will also help to ensure that British expats in the Alicante region have easier access to the wide range of Red Cross resources, which can improve their quality of life.” Javier Gimeno added: "We have identified a large number of British people in our province who, because of their age and health, may require Red Cross services such as adapted transport, accompaniment and home telecare. Our aims are to inspire members of the British community to volunteer for the Red Cross and to encourage those who require assistance to take advantage of our services." Pamela Twissel-Cross, welfare officer for the Royal British Legion, who attended the signing, commented: “I’m really looking forward to working more closely with the Red Cross as it will give me a chance to help British nationals get additional support. “It will also be a chance to learn and find out more about what is available so that together we can support the most vulnerable.” The signing ceremony was attended by representatives of a large number of English language associations in the province of Alicante including: Age Concern Costa Blanca Sur, the Royal British Legion, the Samaritans, the Royal Airforce Association, Help at Home, International Residents Daya Nueva, AFA Torrevieja, MABS Cancer Support, Help at Home Mar Menor, and the HELP groups in Denia, Benidorm, Jalón Valley, Vega Baja and Mar Menor.
British Embassy News Release: The Foreign Office is offering detailed advice to British citizens living in Spain on how to prepare for visits by friends or family members who have mental health issues. The advice stems from a joint campaign with the UK’s Mental Health Foundation that aims to raise awareness of how British nationals with mental health needs can prepare before travelling overseas, and is part of World Mental Health Day on 10 October. British Consulates in Spain handled 67 cases involving mental health needs in 2014/15. Will Middleton, Consular Regional Director for Spain, said: “Staff at our consulates in Spain are seeing more cases involving mental health. A deterioration in mental health whilst visiting a foreign country can cause considerable distress, both to the person concerned and to family and friends in Spain, as well as back in the UK. “So if you have a guest who has mental health needs, do take some simple steps to help ensure their visit is trouble-free and enjoyable for all concerned.” If you are hosting a friend or family member with a mental health condition, you can: . Ask if your visitor has taken out travel insurance and whether the policy covers any pre-existing mental health conditions, and has a valid European Health Insurance Card (visit www.ehic.org.uk for more information) . If the visitor is on medication, check what they are taking and the normal dosage, and ask them to bring enough for their visit plus some extra to cover any unexpected delays . Whilst they are with you, encourage your visitor to continue to take their medication even if – as sometimes happens – they are feeling better because they are on holiday . Be aware that English language help for people with mental health issues may be limited in your area and that the approach of health authorities may be different to the UK. You may want to find out what support is available locally, in case you need it . Consider who you would contact if your guest’s mental health deteriorates while in Spain, and ensure you can contact them in an emergency . Make sure your own passport is valid and in a safe place, in case you need to travel in an emergency Jenny Edwards, chief executive of the Mental Health Foundation, said: “Many people in the UK with mental health conditions manage them well day to day. However, there are a few extra things to consider when travelling abroad. Check your travel insurance covers pre-existing mental health conditions before travelling and make sure that your medication is legal, available, and sufficient for your trip. “Changes to your itinerary or a delayed flight could impact your mental health needs so it is important to travel prepared – pack medication in your hand luggage and keep a record of your mental health contacts in the UK in case you need to reach them. Research your travel destination and locate the local mental health services for that country. By following these simple steps, a relaxing trip can be easily enjoyed.” For more information about foreign travel and mental health, visit www.gov.uk/fco/mental-health-abroad. You can also view the FCO ‘Mental Health: Travelling Abroad’ leaflet and travel checklist on www.gov.uk.
we have a house in France and property in Spain we come to Spain for six months in winter. My husband has to go in for a day operation for kidney stones in France 24 August usually they want to see you after six weeks. we are resident in France can he have his check up in Spain as we have to be down in Spain at least the second week of September.
Hello, we are to make application for residencia next month but are unsure as to whether the authorities will accept private health cover with 'co-payments' or must it be a full policy - thankfully there is not a massive difference in price but the co-payments are so cheap, and we visit a doctor once a year tops it seems the way to go. We live in Orba so Denia will be the regional office we would make application to. Thank you, Bruce
Does anyone know of an english speaking Physiotherapist in the Moraira area who does home treatment.? My father is due to come out of hospital, after 6 weeks of lying has lost a lot of muscle tone and can't stand,so I need someone tohelp me build his muscles up and get him walking again. Thanks in advance. Claire
Can anyone please tell me exactly what cover is included in the basic healthcare system in Spain - without taking additional top-up insurance? For example, do you have to pay for an appointment to see a doctor (obviouslyonce registered)? If you are admitted to hospital, what cover do you have? How many days and do you get a private room? Is surgery covered? If you require xrays or a scan, do you have to pay?etc. etc. Hope someone can shed some light for us.Thanks Sue
My wife and I are planning to come to Spain in about 2-3 months. We are from America and would like to retire in Spain. Since we're not from the EU does anyone know if we can apply for Spanish healthcare or do we need to get our own ?? When we lived in France years ago we had the Health care card . Thanks
Hi All, After living in France for over 10 years, I am finally discovering Spain (by means of a house-sitting assignment). There are many great aspects to Spain, its culture, people and weather. One of the things that strikes me is the relative great value of vegetable and fruit here compared to neighbouring France, it is SO much cheaper here! Is anyone else taking advantage of this to juice? I juice all sorts and have done for years. My favourite is spinach, fresh ginger and apple but the permutations are endless and health benefits considerable. If anyone is interested I have a couple of discount codes for a great little UK based company: www.ukjuicers.com OMEGA10 and KUV10 which will give 10% discount on the the following pages. http://www.ukjuicers.com/omega http://www.ukjuicers.com/kuvings They deliver all over Europe, usually within 48 hours and whenever I have used them the service has been second to none.