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Common Ailments

Common Ailments That Can be Self Managed

AcneNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Athlete's footNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Back painNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Cold soresNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Common ColdNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ConjunctivitisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ConstipationNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
CoughNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Cradle capNHS Choices patient.co.uk
CystitisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
DandruffNHS Choices patient.co.uk
DermatitisNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
DiarrhoeaNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Dysmenorrhoea (painful periods)NHS Choicespatient.co.uk
EaracheNHS Choices patient.co.uk
GingivitisNHS Choices 
HaemorrhoidsNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
HayfeverNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Head liceNHS Choices patient.co.uk
HeadacheNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Heartburn & IndigestionNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Infantile colicNHS Choices patient.co.uk
InfluenzaNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Insect bitesNHS Choices patient.co.uk
MigraineNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Mouth ulcersNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Muscular painNHS Choices 
Nail infectionNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Nappy rashNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Nasal congestionNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Oral thrushNHS Choices patient.co.uk
PsoriasisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Sore throatNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Sprains and strainsNHS Choices patient.co.uk
TeethingNHS Choices 
ThreadwormNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ThrushNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Travel sicknessNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Warts and VerrucasNHS Choices patient.co.uk
AcneNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Athlete's footNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Back painNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Cold soresNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Common ColdNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ConjunctivitisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ConstipationNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
CoughNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Cradle capNHS Choices patient.co.uk
CystitisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
DandruffNHS Choices patient.co.uk
DermatitisNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
DiarrhoeaNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Dysmenorrhoea (painful periods)NHS Choicespatient.co.uk
EaracheNHS Choices patient.co.uk
GingivitisNHS Choices 
HaemorrhoidsNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
HayfeverNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Head liceNHS Choices patient.co.uk
HeadacheNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Heartburn & IndigestionNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Infantile colicNHS Choices patient.co.uk
InfluenzaNHS Choicespatient.co.uk
Insect bitesNHS Choices patient.co.uk
MigraineNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Mouth ulcersNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Muscular painNHS Choices 
Nail infectionNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Nappy rashNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Nasal congestionNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Oral thrushNHS Choices patient.co.uk
PsoriasisNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Sore throatNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Sprains and strainsNHS Choices patient.co.uk
TeethingNHS Choices 
ThreadwormNHS Choices patient.co.uk
ThrushNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Travel sicknessNHS Choices patient.co.uk
Warts and VerrucasNHS Choices patient.co.uk

 

 

 


Community Services in Nottinghamshire for People over 50.

There are a range of services to help people over 50 stay safe and independant in their own home.  For more information about these and many other services, groups and activities in your area visit the Notts50plus website: http://www.notts50plus.co.uk/.



Organ Donation – The Gift of Life.
 
Transplants are one of the most miraculous achievements of modern medicine, but they depend entirely on the generosity of donors and their families who are willing to make this life-saving gift to others.
 
One donor can give life to several people and restore the sight of two or more.
 
There is a critical shortage of organs and the gap between the number of organs donated and the number of people waiting for a transplant is increasing. Right now, more than 7,000 people in the UK need an organ transplant and every year 400 people die waiting.
 
The need for donors has never been greater.
 
You can join the NHS Organ Donor register by phoning 0845 60 60 400 or visiting
http://www.uktransplant.org.uk

Even if you carry a donor card it is important to register your wishes.
 
 



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