RT @DHSCgovuk: #Monkeypox update
Anyone with unusual rashes or lesions on any part of their body should contact NHS 111 or call a sexual h…
RT @UKHSA: #Monkeypox Anyone with unusual rashes or lesions on any part of their body should contact NHS 111 or call a sexual health servic…
It's #StrokeAwarenessMonth - when stroke strikes, Act F.A.S.T.
You could save your own or someone else's life, or… https://t.co/GgCLgwJRae
Warmer weather is enjoyable for many, but it can also mean an increase in insect bites and stings.
See our advice… https://t.co/2gyPMlkF70
No matter your complexion, always use protection. 🌞
Protecting your skin from the sun can help reduce your chance… https://t.co/0mECZjrbUI
A dementia diagnosis can come as a shock to the person with the condition and those arou… https://t.co/SCZd07CY7b
Following the news about @bowelbabe, we’ve seen a major increase in people visiting the bowel cancer pages on our w… https://t.co/DFDrKHg86C
RT @DHSCgovuk: The Joint Committee on Vaccination & Immunisation (JCVI) has given interim advice on the groups who should be offered an aut…
RT @NHSuk: Pollen levels will be high at times this week, especially across England and Wales.
There are things you can do to ease your sy…
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