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February 2018

Ask The Pharmacist: Heartburn

Heartburn (sometimes referred to as acid reflux), is a common condition that affects one in six adults. It occurs when stomach acid escapes back up into the oesophagus (food pipe). 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..

  • Ask The Pharmacist

    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..

  • Ask the Pharmacist

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

  • Ask the Pharmacist

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

  • Ask The Pharmacist

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

  • Ask The Pharmacist

    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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