Social-distancing can be difficult, particularly in times of increased stress. For many, social isolation and the anxieties surrounding the outbreak and restrictions can feel overwhelming and this can start to have a negative impact our mental health. It's normal to feel this way and you are not alone.
Managing your mental health as well as your child's during times of increased stress can be difficult. Throughout the pandemic, this will be important to help us manage coronavirus.
As schools across the UK close to most children, 8.2 million young people will now be kept at home.
Embracing their love of smartphones, apps can keep children and young people engaged with their health and wellbeing, as well as relieving pressure on the NHS.
Please be informed that many of Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust outpatient clinics are continuing to go ahead as planned.
Chorley, South Ribble and Greater Preston men are being encouraged to get themselves checked early if they are experiencing any prostate cancer symptoms. Latest figures* show that an average of 75 males in every 100,000 died from prostate cancer each year in the Chorley, South Ribble and Greater Preston areas.