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How to protect your skin this summer

  • 27 Jun, 2018
  • Prescription Doctor

With Britain in the midst of a heatwave, there's nothing quite like sunbathing in the garden with a cold glass of Pimms'. But without taking the right precautions to reduce your exposure to UV rays, you could be putting yourself at a significant risk of skin cancer (melanoma); the 7th most prevalent form of cancer in the UK.According to Cancer Research UK, over 85% of melanoma cases in the UK are directly linked to prolonged skin exposure and...

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10 Simple Home Remedies for a Stuffy Nose

  • 01 Feb, 2018
  • Prescription Doctor

Is there anything more annoying than trying to breathe when you have a stuffy nose? Nasal congestion is very common - it can be caused by sinus infections, allergies, and the common cold - and it can ruin your day, regardless of its cause. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to get some relief. Try some of these quick DIY remedies, and you'll be breathing more easily in no time.1. Drink plenty of liquids.Staying hydrated is more impor...

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How to Salvage Your Failing New Year's Resolution

  • 12 Jan, 2018
  • Prescription Doctor

Eighty percent of people have abandoned their New Year's resolutions by the time February rolls around. If you've already put off going to the gym or you're hitting snooze on your alarm clock instead of getting up that whole hour earlier, you're not the only one.New Year's resolutions fail for several reasons.Too unrealisticLet's say you're used to eating out for breakfast, lunch and dinner for convenience and suddenly decide you'll prepare e...

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Xmas & New Year Delivery Times

  • 14 Dec, 2017
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How Migraines can be treated

  • 23 Oct, 2017
  • Prescription Doctor

 Migraine is more than just a headache, although that is the major symptom in most people. It has a neurological basis, and frequently involves symptoms such as visual disturbances (flashing lights, for example), nausea and vomiting. Attacks can last anywhere from a few hours to three days, and vary from person to person in severity and frequency. More information about the different types of migraine can be found here.Depending on the s...

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