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NHS 2h
Replying to @CDPeds @DawnSunrise1
We’re sorry to hear you've had difficulties with NHS services. You can find information about treatment options here: Or contact: ● Call 116 123 to talk to Samaritans ● Or text Shout to 85258 to speak to a trained volunteer
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NHS 2h
Replying to @CDPeds
We’re really sorry to hear you feel let down by your NHS services. You can find information about treatment options here: Or contact: ● Call 116 123 to talk to Samaritans ● Or text Shout to 85258 to speak to a trained volunteer
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NHS 2h
Replying to @DaveEdwards19v
Low health literacy has been linked to a range of problems that can have a real impact on someone's health. We make sure our content is written at a level that as many people as possible can understand it and better look after themselves.
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NHS 3h
Replying to @colsworld55
Hi. We use language that’s easily understood by everyone. There’s more information about how and why we do this here, if you're interested ⬇️
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NHS 4h
Replying to @JRHartley14
Cancer screening services are open, ready and able to receive patients who need care, so anyone who is concerned about a possible cancer symptom should contact their GP and come forward for a check-up.
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NHS 4h
Replying to @MartinKnight_
Hi. We use language that’s easily understood by everyone. There’s more information about how and why we do this here, if you're interested ⬇️
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NHS 4h
Replying to @DaveEdwards19v
Hello. We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 6h
Good mental health is important for everyone, everywhere. Find out how Every Mind Matters can help. ⬇️
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NHS 7h
Replying to @bish_steve
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Replying to @Nornenland
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Blood in your poo or pee could be a sign of cancer. It’s probably nothing serious, but finding cancer early makes it more treatable. Your NHS is here to see you, safely.
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NHS 8h
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Replying to @BluangelBlufizz
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Replying to @Drewan78
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Replying to @formula1_m
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Replying to @blaireau65
We use language that’s easily understood, and carry out research to see what works best so that everyone reading our content can understand it. There’s more information about how we do this here:
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NHS 8h
Flu can lead to serious complications If you have a long-term health condition. Ask your pharmacist or GP today if you’re eligible for a free flu vaccine:
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Department of Health and Social Care 10h
Face coverings are mandatory in most indoor public settings and on public transport 🚍 Play your part to break the chain of infection. Remember to wash your hands, wear a face covering and make space. Click 👇🏼 to read the guidance.
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NHS Oct 26
High cholesterol can increase your risk of heart problems or a stroke. There are no symptoms and you can only find out if you have high cholesterol from a blood test. As comes to an end, make sure you're clued up. Learn more:
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