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If you’ve been using the same repeat prescription for the while, maybe you’re not sure how effective it is or even if it’s still required. Talk to your pharmacist or GP who are ready to help.
Find out how to protect your kids from the hidden dangers of second-hand smoke.
Anyone that uses the NHS in Scotland has certain rights and responsibilities when doing so.
Want to find out what support is available for veterans in Scotland? Our Veterans Health Zone has information and advice for you.
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This month we focus on health rights and the health impact of second-hand smoke.
“Skin cancer rates ‘surge since 1970s’,” reports the BBC.
"Silver surfers are happier than techno-foges [sic]: Internet use cuts elderly depression rates by 30 per cent," the Mail Online reports after the results of a US study have suggested that regular internet use may help combat feelings of isolation and depression in older adults.