‘T’ Is For Tetanus

20th September 2011

Misty mornings and golden afternoons – its time to clear out your garden or terrace ready for winter. Pull on your welly boots, pick up the rake – and check if you (and your child) are protected against tetanus. This is a nasty bacteria infection caused by Clostridium Tetani, found in our environment especially in soil, dust and manure.
Look for the ‘T’ (part of DTPa) in your vaccination chart

More Articles

The Adolescence Rollercoaster

Blog, Mental Health, Youth

The Adolescence Rollercoaster

There are so many things that our young people have on their mind these days; reasons why they might struggle with their mental health. But perhaps one of biggest stressors adolescents face is adolescence itself! Can you remember the rollercoaster of yours?

15th February 2024

Meet the team – Dr Michelle Wright

Blog, Meet the team

Meet the team – Dr Michelle Wright

Meet the team, our quarterly introduction to the team members at HealthFirst. Introducing Dr Michelle Wright, director and founder.

22nd January 2024

Well-being wins for winter

Blog, Mental Health

Well-being wins for winter

To help you beat those winter blues, our top three well-being wins will kick-start your 2024 and see you through the cold-weather season. As the frosty season settles in, celebrate the small triumphs that bring joy, warmth, and a touch of magic to your winter wellness journey.

16th January 2024

Stay in Touch

Keep up to date with all our latest training and courses