Health and Wellbeing
Looking after your health
Body image and cancer treatment
Dealing with changes to your body can knock your confidence. Here's how to boost your self-esteem.
Looking after your skin, nails and teeth
Cancer treatment can have a big effect on your body. Here are some tips to help keep you feeling like...
Looking after your hair
Hair forms a big part of our identity. Here's how to cope hair loss and other changes.
Drink, drugs and smoking – healthy?
Here's what you need to know about what can be damaging to your health.
Exercise, diet and vitamin supplements
Eating well and exercising can give you a boost. Here are some top tips.
CrossFit MOVE Forward
MOVE Forward is a CrossFit based exercise programme in Northern Ireland.
Your emotional and mental health
Your feelings when you’ve been diagnosed with cancer
Up one minute down the next? Find out how to deal with your feelings when you've been diagnosed.
Contacts for your emotions and mental health
Useful organisations, resources, apps and communities for emotional and mental health support.
Talk to us today
Get help from our expert social care team today using Live Chat
How do I tell my friends about my cancer diagnosis?
How to break the news to your friends about your cancer diagnosis.
How your parents feel when you are first diagnosed
How your parents or carers might feel when you are first diagnosed with cancer.
Sex and fertility
Will cancer and treatment affect my fertility?
Cancer and treatment can affect whether you can have children. Here's what you need to know.
Can I have sex on cancer treatment?
There's no reason why you shouldn't have sex on treatment but actually feeling like it is a different story.
Telling a new partner you have cancer
Knowing when and how to tell a new partner or someone you like about your cancer diagnosis.
Going through an early menopause
How early menopause can affect you emotionally and physically, and sources of support.