A spokeswoman for Teesside's two GP-led clinical commissioning groups (CCGs), which decide where money should be spent on primary healthcare services locally, said: "Over the winter period [between December 2014 and April 2015] Hartlepool and Stockton on Tees and South Tees CCGs took part in supporting a countrywide pharmacy based minor ailments
scheme, locally named the Seasonal Ailments
In many countries medicines for tuberculosis, cancer, Aids and other life-threatening ailments
as well as vaccines for polio are given free of charge.
Residents suffering from common ailments
will be able to get treatment from pharmacists under the new service.
Dr Deepak Khurana, Director, Cardiothoracic and Vascular surgery, Rockland Hospital admits that the number of child patients with heart ailments
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Welsh Government Health Minister Mark Drakeford has launched a new Choose Pharmacy service, which encourages patients in north Wales and the Rhondda Valleys (Betsi Cadwaladr and Cwm Taf Health Boards) to consult a participating community pharmacy, rather than their GP for common ailments
PATIENTS in Wales are being asked to use their pharmacies rather than their GP for common ailments
Bilal Zikriya has said that men are still at higher number of cardiac ailments
but women fastly catching up heart disorders in the country.
More than 9 in 10 Americans prefer to use an over-the-counter drug to treat a minor ailment
before seeking medical care, and 88% believe people should try to treat minor ailments
before seeking help from a physician or health care provider, according to a survey from consulting firm Edelman Berland.
PATIENTS suffering with minor ailments
in Wales may soon be treated free of charge by their local pharmacist rather than their GP, health minister Lesley Griffiths announced yesterday.
PATIENTS with a range of minor ailments
will be encouraged to get free treatment from a high street pharmacy instead of calling a doctor.
MEDICAL experts in the Midlands are advising residents that they do not need to visit a doctor to obtain treatment for minor ailments