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Bedminster Pharmacy Feb 5
You may not have yet spotted our behind a Bus this year, but the msg certainly hasn’t been parked off.Your friendly accessible local team offers timely help & expert health advice for you & all your loved ones.
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NishiS💕💞 Jan 30
A Snow Day is a little gift from the UNIVERSE...☃️☃️💕💕...stay calm stay Safe
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Musgrove Park Feb 1
Most of our services are running as normal today and we are asking people to attend their appointments and surgery as planned if they feel safe to do so
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Feb 2
Got an elderly neighbour you haven’t seen in a while? Why not take five minutes out of your day to knock on their door and check they’re okay? Not everyone can handle the cold weather, so a hot drink and a chat will make sure they’re not suffering in silence.
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Public Health England Jan 29
Cold weather is an asthma trigger that can be hard to avoid. Make sure to wrap up warm and carry your inhaler.
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WUTH Staff Jan 16
Do you know the dos and don'ts when it comes to ? Often called the winter vomiting bug, it can be quite unpleasant. We're aware that it's currently in the community. Please try and avoid bringing it to hospital.
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NHS Surrey Heath CCG Jan 30
Cold weather brings along extra challenges for A&E departments with people requiring additional care. Protect your NHS & local services by ensuring you go to the right place when needing medical care & only visit A&E in a medical emergency
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NEAS Feb 2
If you are out and about today, take extra care on the roads and footpaths as there may be black ice which can lead to slips and falls. Take care when heading outside and make sure you wear appropriate footwear with slip-resistant soles.
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Royal Free London Mar 7
Got a minor health concern? Seek expert advice from a community pharmacist.
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Kent & Medway STP Jan 6
24 hours-a-day, 365 days-a-year. Call 111 if you: - need medical help fast but it's not a 999 emergency, - don't know who to call or you don't have a GP to call, - need health information or reassurance about what to do next.
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West Midlands Ambulance Service Feb 13
If you're suffering from diarrhoea & vomiting, the best thing to do is: - Stay hydrated - Take paracetamol - Follow good hand hygiene to prevent the spread of infection - Stay at home for two days after symptoms clear
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Western Sussex NHS Jan 26
Once flu is spreading widely, apart from vaccination, hygiene is the only method that can help prevent spread. So please use tissues when you sneeze and wash your hands regularly.
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NHSRichmondCCG Feb 11
Are you 65 or over? The FREE flu jab could save your life. Simply visit your pharmacist or book a GP appointment and
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BC Partnership Trust Jan 25
⚠️❄️A cold weather warning is in place from Sunday morning to Wednesday evening. Please take care when travelling on icy roads and staff should refer back to the inclement weather policy if in doubt.
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NHS England SE Jan 31
When the temperature drops to below 8C some people are at increased risk of serious health problems. Keeping warm indoors and outdoors is important. See more advice on how to
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Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust Feb 1
We're happy to report that we seem to have missed the snow and as a result our services are open and running as planned today. We will provide an update should the wintry weather arrive or cause any disruption.
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NHS England Jan 26
If you need to see a at a later time, extra GP appointments are available within your area and you can now book a time that suits you! Call your GP surgery or to book!
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NEAS Feb 1
Have you checked in on your vulnerable neighbours and relatives? Please give them a helping hand so they don’t have to go out in the cold weather.
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Tim Lomas Jan 5
Showing the intersection of geography and culture, many northern European languages have words relating to staying warm, cozy and protected indoors. Very appropriate for this chilly weather right now!
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Musgrove Park Jan 30
With the temperature dropping this week try to keep your homes heated to at least 18 degrees. It’s worth keeping up to date with weather forecasts so you’re not caught out.
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