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Coronavirus

COVID-19 Booster Vaccinations: everything you need to know

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Pharmacy2U are proud to support the NHS in vaccinating the nation against COVID-19, including first, second and booster vaccines. This guide explains who is eligible for the COVID-19 booster, what type of booster vaccine is available and possible side effects.

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Covid vaccination guide for new and expectant mothers.

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Tips on how to help prevent the spread of the Indian variant of coronavirus

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How to socialise indoors safely

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Tips for coping with anxiety as lockdown restrictions have eased

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Mental health

An additional benefit for Pharmacy2U patients

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Introducing Wysa, the UK’s number 1 rated mental health app, to help you deal with stress and tackle some of life’s challenges. Recommended as the best mental health app by the NHS and ORCHA.

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Family health: seasonal affective disorder

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Situational Anxiety: 6 Methods to Help You Cope

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It’s time to talk about depression

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Understanding stress, its causes and symptoms

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Diabetes

Pharmacy2U proudly announces Diabetes UK partnership

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Pharmacy2U is proud to announce our new partnership with Diabetes UK. The partnership aims to help support people currently living with diabetes, as well as those at increased risk of type 2 diabetes across the UK. To help support Diabetes UK, Pharmacy2U will be sponsoring the charity’s helpline, as well as aiming to raise funds for its vital work.

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World Diabetes Day

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Getting insulin delivered was easy for Jessica

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Managing Diabetes

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Diabetes medications

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Cancer

Hair loss and cancer: what to expect and how to prepare

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Some cancer treatments can have an impact on the way you look – and hair loss can be a significant side effect. Some people find they’re losing small amounts of hair or find it thinning, while others can lose hair from all over their body.

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Living Better with Bowel Cancer

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Asthma

How to manage asthma

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Asthma is very common long-term condition caused by inflammation of the airways –, according to Asthma UK, it affects over 5 million people in the UK, including over 1 million children diagnosed.

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All the questions you wanted to ask about asthma – causes, symptoms and treatments!

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Flu

Common questions about the flu vaccination

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The flu vaccine is a safe and effective vaccine. Having the vaccine will significantly reduce your risk of getting the flu, help maintain a good immune system and support the NHS. Phil, our Superintendent Pharmacist takes a look at the flu virus and why it’s so important to have your vaccination.

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