Coronavirus update: Understanding local lockdowns

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On the 4th July, England took a further step towards normality by easing its lockdown status. Pubs and hairdressers were amongst the businesses allowed to reopen with new safety precautions....


Coronavirus 4th July update – what you need to know

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A series of new measures are being introduced by the Government on Saturday 4th July in the ongoing effort to safely navigate the coronavirus pandemic. This will be the most...


Living with a lung condition

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Breathing easily is something many of us take for granted. However, over 10,000 people in the UK are diagnosed with lung disease each week. As the British Lung Foundation have...


A helpful guide to taking your medicine

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The UK has been in a state of ‘lockdown’ for over 3 months and although the rules we’re living by are changing regularly, it could be some time before things...


Coronavirus update: new face mask requirements

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The UK Government is adapting the national strategy to help manage the spread of coronavirus as the pandemic continues. As we gradually come out of lockdown, new rules will be...


Coronavirus update for patients concerned with bladder health

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Personal healthcare is one area which has been impacted by the ongoing lockdown of the UK. This article has some information for patients with bladder health issues, including how to...


Coronavirus update – Understanding the NHS test and trace service.

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The Government has launched the NHS test and trace service to help control the spread of coronavirus, which is especially important while lockdown restrictions begin to ease. This new service...


Coronavirus testing explained

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Throughout the pandemic, there have been frequent questions and queries surrounding the ‘testing’ of coronavirus and so we wanted to make sure you had up to date information to help...


Coronavirus (COVID-19) FAQs

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Following the Prime Minister’s briefing on Sunday 10th May, the UK has outlined its first steps towards easing out of lockdown. There is an initial timetable in place, which the...


Coronavirus and heart medication

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Our charity partner, the British Heart Foundation, along with our Superintendent Pharmacist, answer your questions about medications and Covid-19 coronavirus, including whether you should still take your heart medicines, how...


Coronavirus (COVID-19) update for diabetics

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The coronavirus (COVID-19) can make anybody seriously ill, but for people with certain health conditions, the risk can be even higher. Diabetes is one such condition and if you or...


What to do if you require healthcare during the coronavirus pandemic

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Article published 29/04/20 With the nationwide lockdown still in full effect, we’re adjusting to a different way of living and interacting with people and services. One area of particular concern is...


Take your medicine, help protect the NHS

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Article created 22/04/2020 If you have a health condition which is managed with a regular prescription, it’s more important than ever for you to take your medication as prescribed in...


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July 14, 2020 at 5:40pm
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July 12, 2020 at 2:00pm
With many of our patients managing a heart condition, our charity partner @TheBHF has written a guide on medicines that can be prescribed to help keep your symptoms under control, and prevent or treat a heart condition. #medicineguide
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