The Eat Well, Feel Better programme based at The James Cook University Hospital’s Trinity Holistic Centre is offering a free six week programme specially designed for those who have previously had a cancer or long term condition to feel better through eating well.
The Trinity Holistic Centre is launching a new Eat Well Feel Good programme to coincide with National Dietitians’ Week (8-12 June 2015). The Eat Well Feel Good programme is designed to support those living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis or other long term condition in managing a healthy weight and making healthy food choices.
A photographic exhibition featuring some powerful and poignant images captured by men with prostate cancer will be launched on Wednesday 25 March. In January, the Trinity Holistic Centre launched a pilot photography project – funded by Prostate Cancer UK – for men diagnosed with the disease. Now their work will be showcased at the centre at The James Cook University Hospital.
South Tees has joined the fight against flu this winter by launching a campaign to encourage all staff to be vaccinated. While frontline health workers will be given priority, everyone at the trust – including volunteers and students – will be encouraged to have the flu vaccine to ensure they are protected before the winter season.