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Easter 2017

Ask The Pharmacist: Kids Vitamins

Vitamins are essential substances that your body needs, in small amounts, for normal growth and development. They cannot be manufactured in sufficient quantities by the body and so must be obtained from the diet. Read more..

  • Raynaud’s Disease

    Raynaud’s disease is a syndrome where the small blood vessels in the extremities of the patient are over-sensitive to changes in temperature... More..

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    Norovirus is the most common stomach bug in the UK. Infection can happen at any time of the year but is more common during the colder months – which is why it is often referred to as the winter vomiting bug. More..

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    Atopic eczema is a condition that usually develops in children, but can also affect adults. More..

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    Mouth ulcers are common and can occur from infancy right through to adulthood. More..

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    Community Pharmacist Richard Dunn discusses a common winter ailment for children: Slapped Cheek Syndrome... More..

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    Community Pharmacist Richard Dunn answers parents' most common concerns about coughs. More..

  • HEAD LICE

    Community Pharmacist Richard Dunn says when the kids return to school after the holidays, they often see a surge in requests for advice on detection and treatment of the little blighters! More..

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    Summertime brings the hope of sunshine, even if sporadic in nature. Whether you plan to holiday abroad or stay at home, it is important that you take measures to protect yourself and your family from the damage that sun can cause. More..

  • Ask The Pharmacist - Constipation

    Richard Dunn is a community Pharmacist with Gordons Chemists. You can ask your local pharmacist and receive health advice about many common family ailments. More..

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    Cold sores are painful, irritating, fluid filled blisters that occur around the lips. They are caused by infection with the Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) and are highly contagious until completely healed. More..

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    Gordons Chemists Community Pharmacist Richard Dunn advises not overindulging too much this Christmas if you want to avoid indigestion! More..

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    Richard Dunn says the cold and flu season is upon us! More..

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    Atopic eczema is a condition that usually develops in children, but can also affect adults. More..

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    When children return to school after the holidays we often see a real uplift in requests for advice on detection and treatment of the dreaded head lice! More..

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    Motion sickness (often referred to as travel sickness) is a general term for an unpleasant combination of symptoms, such as dizziness, nausea and vomiting that can occur when you are travelling. Not a great way to start a holiday. More..

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    Whether planning a trip to the local pool or heading on holidays, getting rid of that annoying verruca will help put your mind at ease. More..

 

 

 

 

 


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