This website uses cookies to function correctly.
You may delete cookies at any time but doing so may result in some parts of the site not working correctly.

Health Links

Please note that May Lane Surgery is not responsible for these websites nor do we endorse them. 

Are You a Carer?

Caring for Someone

Carers Gloucestershire

Bones and Joints

Arthritis Care:

Arthritis Research Campaign: Bone and Joint problems

National Osteoporosis Society


Cancer Research UK

Cancer BACUP: Site for patients with Cancer and their families

Marie Curie Cancer Care: Charity work for cancer patients

Children's Health

NHS Direct Online

NHS Immunisation

Counselling and Mental Health

CRUSE: Bereavement Counselling

Samaritans: Support and help for Low Mood on telephone

Bullying Online: Help and advice on bullying

Child Bereavement Trust - Help for Bereaved Families


Diabetes UK

Drugs and Alcohol

Alcoholics Anonymous: AA - Information on Alcohol Problems

Know the Score: Information on Drugs

Talk to Frank: For free confidential drugs information and advice 24 hours a day


Narcotics Anonymous UK


Elderly Health

Age Concern

Alzheimer’s Society UK

Help the Aged

Good for your Brain

Eye Problems


RNIB - Common Eye Conditions

Health Information

Patient UK: Information on various health related issues

Patient Information Leaflets on various Conditions

Laboratory Tests: Information on various Laboratory tests

Best Treatments: Information on various diseases and self-help

DIPEX: Patients' own experiences of diseases

Teenage Health: Health issues with a focus on Teenagers

Healthy Living

Eat Well: Healthy eating advice

BBC Health

Walk to Health


British Heart Foundation

Arrhythmia Alliance - Information on Irregular Heart beat

SADS - Sudden Death

High Blood Pressure

Living with Pain

Stopping Smoking

Go Smoke Free

Action on smoking: ASH

Sexual Health

Family Planning Association: Sexual health advice

British Pregnancy Advisory Service

Sexual Dysfunction

Travel Health

Fit for Travel

BBC Travel Health

Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Call 111 when you need medical help fast but it’s not a 999 emergencyNHS ChoicesThis site is brought to you by My Surgery Website