Our site will help you make the right decision when a health issue is affecting you, your family or friends and gives you everything you need in just one place; whether you are looking for medical advice or to improve your lifestyle. We provide information on conditions you can treat yourself by visiting our pharmacy and information on more serious problems which clearly outlines when you should visit your doctor. Please add our site to your favourites for whenever you have a health query. You can also find our opening times, emergency contacts, details on our services, a map of where we are and you can contact us with general health queries or to order a repeat prescription. To the left of the screen you will see a login for our Health Tracker. You can get a simple measurement of your risk for 11 major diseases and you can track your key health measurements such as cholesterol or waist measurement over time and see how you are improving.
If you are one of our customers or just live locally, we would love you to take 2 minutes to REGISTER with us by clicking on the link in the Health Tracker box on the left side of your screen and filling in a few details. We won't use your information for anything other than helping you to be healthier and will NEVER pass your personal details to anyone else. If you can take a moment to quickly fill in your details, we will have a better understanding of your health needs and will be able to send you advice and offers relevant to your condition with your permission.
Having a nap could save your life!
Saturday, 29 August 2015
Yes the siesta popular across the Mediterranean and Southern Europe really is good for your health too According to research a nap can help reduce blood pressure and help prevent a heart attack. Having a mid-day doze is always nice and often revitalising but it may also reduce your blood......
10% of NHS Drugs Bill Spent on Diabetes
Sunday, 16 August 2015
According to the latest figures diabetes now accounts for 10% of what the NHS spend on drugs every year. The official figures from The Health and Social Care Information Centre report state £869m was spent on drugs for diabetes last year. About 10 years ago the spend on diabetes was £514m a......