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09/02/2021
70 or older? have you had your coronavirus vaccine?
If you are 70 or older have you had your coronavirus vaccine?
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27/09/2020
Download NHS Covid - 19 App
download the NHS Covid -19 App
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20/08/2020
The Wonder of Honey – better than antibiotics for coughs and colds?
is honey better than other usual treatments
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05/05/2021
Hayfever
Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen, usually when it comes into contact with your mouth, nose and eyes. Hay fever can come from three types of pollen: tree pollen (February to June), grass pollen (May to July) and weed pollen (June to September). With grass pollen being the most common cause of hayfever. In a recent study from Allergy UK and Kleenex it was reported that 49% of the UK population is affected by hay fever and 37% of sufferers had developed symptoms in the last five years, (Allergyuk.org, 2021). Hayfever symptoms can come in a variety of different forms: Runny or blocked nose Itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears Itchy, red or watery eyes Sneezing Headache Shortness of breath Feeling tired (NHS.UK, 2021) Some hay fever symptoms can even include poor sleep, struggling to
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22/03/2019
Everything you need to know about cervical screening
Everything you need to know about cervical screening: Cervical screening, or the “smear test”, is a routine health check that identifies potentially harmful cells and changes on the cervix. Cervical screening is not a test for cancer but catching any changes early can reduce...
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