Monthly Archives: July 2018

Your medical data: where will it go and how can it help?

Your medical data: where will it go and how can it help? You might think that you can’t get more personal than your medical records – they’re your life’s history told through antibiotics prescriptions, recurring colon inflammation and UTI’s. But with medical records comes a whole load of data stored on NHS databases, and this […]

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Paying council tax after someone dies

Paying council tax after someone dies Council tax is the cornerstone of every month’s utility bill review, and often the bane of many people’s existence. But after a partner dies, or if you go into hospital for a short time before you die, you’ll be eligible for a council tax reduction. Here’s a look at […]

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Talking to children about death

Talking to children about death We talk to children about all the biggest taboos – sex, money, bowel movements – so why don’t we talk about death? Whether you’re wondering if you should take your child to a funeral, or you’re trying to figure out how to answer those tricky questions your six-year-old keeps asking […]

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