NHS Choices: Video Archive

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  • Morning sickness (NVP)

    Nausea and vomiting in pregnancy (NVP) is an unwelcome but perfectly normal part of pregnancy. In this video, a midwife describes the symptoms and how you can relieve them, while a group of mothers sh...
  • The Tokkels: eye health

    Any changes that occur to our vision are often linked to getting older, which is why people over 40 should have an eye test every two years. Watch how this Tokkel learns a simple lesson about preventi...
  • The Tokkels: travel health

    If you're travelling abroad, the vaccinations you need will depend on where you're going. Watch how this Tokkel discovers the importance of preparing before going overseas. Also find out how to access...
  • Lambeth's teenage eco stars

    Lambeth teenagers explain what they have gained from joining in with community projects. Staying healthy in Lambeth http://www.nhs.uk/lambeth/Pages/Lambethhome.aspx
  • NHS Health Checks in Lambeth

    Find out how Lambeth journalist and broadcaster, Henry Bonsu, got on when he had his Health Check at Springfield Medical Centre.
  • Adult bereavement

    The death of a loved one can be devastating. Watch how Penny, who was widowed in 2005, coped with the sudden death of her husband. Also get advice from a bereavement counsellor about how to deal with ...
  • Housemaid's knee (bursitis)

    Housemaid's knee is the common name for bursitis affecting the knee. It can occur as a result of injury, repetitive movement or, less commonly, infection. For example, it could happen after a heavy fa...
  • Profound intellectual and multiple disabilities

    Someone with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities has a complex range of difficulties, including learning difficulties. In this video, an expert explains some of the challenges of this cond...
  • Asbestos

    The four main diseases caused by asbestos are mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and plural plaque. In this video, an expert explains the dangers of contact with asbestos, who is most at risk of ex...
  • Rosacea

    Rosacea is a common but poorly understood long-term skin condition that mainly affects the face. It most commonly affects fair-skinned people from northern Europe and is estimated to affect up to 1 in...
  • Coping with twins

    Twin births are becoming more common in the UK, and around one birth in 30 is a multiple birth. In this video, Chris and Sharon describe how they coped with the birth of their twins, Noah and George, ...
  • Sickle cell anaemia

    Sickle cell anaemia is a genetic (inherited) blood disorder where red blood cells develop abnormally. In this video a specialist nurse explains what it is, and Junior describes living with the conditi...
  • Nasal polyps

    Nasal polyps are fleshy swellings that grow from the lining of your nose or sinuses (the small cavities inside your nose). They are common - between one and 20 out of every 1,000 people develop them. ...
  • Dementia: Singing for the Brain

    Learn more about singing and dementia. http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Dementia/Pages/Singing-and-dementia.aspx 'Singing for the Brain' is a service provided by Alzheimer's Society, which uses singing and...
  • Memory Café

    A 'memory café' offers people with dementia and their carers the chance to socialise and share information. Here, one group talks about what the experience means to them and how the specific activitie...

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