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NHS England and NHS Improvement working together in the East of England. This account is only monitored during office hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
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NHS East of England 5h
Remember to give yourself enough time to pick up any repeat prescriptions before heading off on holiday, to ensure you have the medicines you need
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NHS East of England 9h
Don’t spoil a bank holiday by running out of prescription medicine. Request a repeat prescription today using GP online services, NHSApp (from Apple and Google stores) or by calling your GP practice
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NHS East of England 13h
If you suffer from hay fever, you can speak to your local pharmacist who will be able to advise on the best hay fever remedies for you
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NHS East of England 13h
You can help ensure the sickest people receive the fastest care by choosing the right service for your needs. 999 should only be for life-threatening emergencies. When in doubt, call NHS 111 or go online: .
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NHS East of England Aug 20
Most minor injuries such as sprains, strains, cuts and grazes can be treated at home with a first aid kit. If you’re unsure you can speak to your local pharmacist for treatment advice
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NHS East of England Aug 20
The school holidays might finish in August, but that doesn’t mean that holiday season is over. If you’re planning on going abroad later in the year, check whether you are required to get vaccinated before travelling
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NHS East of England Aug 19
It can be tempting to spend the afternoon in the pub garden when the sun’s out, but to stay hydrated, make sure you are drinking plenty of water. Also remember that regularly drinking more than 14 units a week can risk damaging your health
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NHS East of England Aug 19
999 should only be your first choice when it’s a life threatening emergency. For everything else you can go to an Urgent Treatment Centre, your GP or a pharmacist. If you’re not sure where’s best for you, call NHS 111 or go online: .
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NHS East of England Aug 19
With the bank holiday approaching, you might be thinking of having a BBQ. Most people are aware of the importance of handling meat safely, but it’s just as important to wash and prepare salads and vegetables to ensure they are clean and safe to eat
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NHS East of England Aug 18
With the unpredictable British weather, it’s important to remember that you can still burn even when it’s cloudy. Protect yourself and your family by regularly applying sunscreen
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NHS East of England Aug 18
Most minor injuries such as sprains, strains, cuts and grazes can be treated at home with a first aid kit. If you’re unsure you can speak to your local pharmacist for treatment advice
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NHS East of England Aug 17
Avoiding alcohol and caffeine and regularly drinking water will help to keep you hydrated this summer, especially on hot days
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NHS East of England Aug 17
For the most common illnesses, you can treat your symptoms at home or via your GP / pharmacist. More serious conditions can be dealt with at an Urgent Treatment Centre or A&E if it’s life-threatening.
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NHS East of England Aug 17
Going on holiday can be stressful enough without the added stress of not knowing where to get urgent medical advice if you need it. In England, NHS 111 online is available 24/7 with trained advisors on-hand at the click of a button
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NHS East of England Aug 16
If you suffer from hay fever, you can speak to your local pharmacist who will be able to advise on the best hay fever remedies for you
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NHS East of England Aug 16
A&E or 999 should only be used in a life-threatening emergency. Things like sprains and fractures can be treated at an Urgent Treatment Centre and persistent problems should be addressed by your GP.
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NHS East of England Aug 16
Remember to give yourself enough time to pick up any repeat prescriptions before heading off on holiday, to ensure you have the medicines you need
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