NHS Choices

NHS Choices

The UK’s largest health website, NHS Choices provides comprehensive, reliable health and social care information on: lifestyle decisions such as smoking, drinking and exercise; hundreds of thousands of entries in over 50 directories to find and choose health services in England; thousands of regularly updated articles and reports on a full range of medical topics; hundreds of video clips, interactive tools and listings that allow the user to compare services, such as hospitals, GPs or dentists; and create his or her own private account with personalised content right on the NHS Choices homepage. An automated translation system allows most content to be displayed in more than 50 languages. NHS Choices is certified by the Information Standard.

NHS Choices information sources
• NHS Evidence, formerly the National Library for Health;
• Information Centre for Health and Social Care;
• Care Quality Commission;
• And other health and social care organisations.
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"I'm the greatest enthusiast of technology on the planet." And he's thrilled at the deal with Amazon to provide advice from the NHS Choices website via chatbots.
NHS Choices responded to media coverage of a new study published in JAMA Ophthalmology that found contrast sensitivity and visual acuity were significantly higher two hours after consumption of a dark chocolate bar than a milk chocolate bar.
IF UP-TO-DATE treatment for psychosis as recommended by NHS Choices is talking therapies why is Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust considering a PS50 million bid for build work?
If patients want to choose a different doctor to the one allocated to them by the CCG, they can also go online and look at NHS Choices where they can select a GP.
Some dentists are steadfast that you should be using an electric toothbrush where possible, but according to NHS Choices you can get by with a manual.
"Our advice is if you need medical help, please look at the NHS Choices website for health advice and information about where to go to get the right treatment.
A tweet by NHS Choices said: "This infectious viral illness is easily spread and can lead to complications.
Get help with sleep problems via the NHS Choices website (nhs.uk).
According to NHS Choices, most people who are infected with the virus will start to display symptoms between two and six weeks after contracting HIV.
10 MILLION WOMEN HAVE CONDITION AROUND one in four people has experienced bladder weakness and it affects men and women, both young and old, according to NHS Choices.