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Official site of the English NHS. Everything health, including: Health A-Z, lifestyle advice, performance data & patient ratings. Monitored weekdays 9-5.30.
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NHS Choices 12h
The cold weather can make asthma symptoms worse. Make sure to wrap up warm and keep your reliever inhaler with you:
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Get out in the sunshine if you can. Even short bursts can be good for your wellbeing:
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Winter can be bad for your health, but older people are more vulnerable. Check in on an older neighbour to make sure they're ok:
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If you plan to drink alcohol this weekend, a hangover isn’t a given. Here’s how to avoid a hangover:
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Pharmacies are the first place to go for minor health concerns:
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Think you’ve come down with the flu? You can often treat it without seeing your GP and should begin to feel better in about a week. Read advice on our page:
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Keeping warm indoors and outdoors is important to help prevent serious health problems:
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NHS Choices Feb 22
The temperature is due to drop in the next few days. It's important to check up on older neighbours and relatives during this time, as they are especially vulnerable to the cold:
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NHS England Feb 21
Know the signs of stroke. You could save your own or someone else's life, or help limit the long-term effects of stroke, by learning to think and Act F.A.S.T.
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NHS Choices Feb 22
Today is . Encephalitis is an uncommon but serious condition in which the brain becomes inflamed. Read more about this condition here:
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NHS Choices Feb 22
Unsure how work? Our page has a simple breakdown:
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NHS Choices Feb 22
Is eating bread giving you bloating and other digestive symptoms? If so, you could be "sensitive" to wheat. Cutting out bread or changing the type you eat may help. More info here:
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MHRAgovuk Feb 21
People with asthma, please check your Ventolin Accuhaler inhalers used for the emergency relief of asthmatic symptoms. More info here:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
It may be common to feel tired all the time, but it isn’t normal. We've got practical tips that may help improve your energy levels:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
Norovirus outbreaks can spread extremely quickly. If you or your child has vomiting and diarrhoea, the best course of action is normally to stay at home and treat the symptoms yourself. Find out more here:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
Whatever it is that scares you, here are 10 ways to help you cope with your day-to-day fears and anxieties:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
"Pottering around the garden or walking the dog is enough to help older men live longer," reports . Read the assessment of this news story here:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
If you regularly drink more than 14 units of alcohol a week, try these simple tips to help you cut down:
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NHS Choices Feb 21
The temperature is expected to drop later this week. Check in on an older neighbour to make sure they're ok:
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NHS Choices Feb 20
Stop the spread of flu germs. Use a tissue, bin used tissues and wash your hands thoroughly. Catch it. Bin it. Kill it:
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