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  1. Liver disorders

    The liver is the second largest organ in the body. It works hard, performing hundreds of complex functions. In the UK, liver disease is on the increase. Three of the main causes of liver disease in this country are: alcohol misuse obesity undiagnosed...

    • COPD

      COPD stands forchronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This is the name for a collection of lung conditions, including chronic bronchitis, emphysema and chronic obstructive airways disease. People with COPD have difficulties breathing, often because their...

      • Asthma

        Asthma is a common long-term condition that can cause coughing, wheezing, chest tightness and breathlessness.It is characterised by intermittent symptoms and is often due to an underlying allergy (for example, to domestic pets) but can sometimes occur...

        • People who can help you in your community

          Age UK Somersetprovides information and advice about a wide range of things. They'll provide you with the facts and you can make choices and decisions knowing you have reliable information. They also run exercise classes designed for older people and...

          • Short-term support

            Somerset Carers Service provides a carers support service that is available to all unpaid carers, whether you care for a few hours or a substantial amount. They provide a telephone support service if you need to speak to someone who understands your situation....

            • Practical support for patients and carers

              There is more information about practical support in other parts of this website, including: Being a carer A carer is someone who helps another person, usually a relative or friend, in their day-to-day life. There is information about services and groups...

              • Day time care and support

                Day time care and support can be a variety of activities designed to help people with a care need who live in their own home but who need help to get out and about. Activities can be run in the community, anywhere from a local residential or nursing care...

                • Care and support at home

                  Most people want to remain in control of their lives, to stay independent and have the opportunity to make their own choices if they need care and support. 'Care'describes any service that helps you with your personal care, for example, helping you to...

                  • Friends groups in libraries

                    Friends groups make an important contribution to supporting libraries in Somerset communities. Their support helps the library service provide access to resources and information, encourages reading, improves literacy, and contributes to learning, health...

                    • Caring for someone with a health condition

                      If you care for someone with a health condition, you may want to find out more about their condition. Please see the links below. There are also lots of organisations and support groups you can talk with, for example,Somerset Carers Network - carers'...

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