Youth Health Talk is a website about young people’s real life experiences of health and lifestyle. It is not just a website about the medical facts, it is about real people and real lives.

Health In Her HUE is a digital and IRL (In Real Life) platform that connects Black women to culturally competent healthcare providers, and offers health information and content that centers Black women’s lived experiences. We strive to reduce racial health disparities by leveraging the power of technology, media and community to improve health outcomes for Black women’’

Migraine action Migraine is not just a headache and Migraine Action know that it can have a huge impact on your life. They offer support and information to all young people who are suffering with this challenging health condition.

Buzz is for young people who are deaf. The site gives information on events, plus games and information on all sorts of subjects.

Scope provides a range of support for young disabled people. Their helpline offers free, impartial and expert information, advice and support to disabled people and their families.

Smokefree NHS has lots of tools on their website that can help you to quit, from assessing your current addiction levels to exploring the benefits of taking the step of quitting.



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