Government extends flu vaccination programme to “record numbers”

The Government has recommended that “record numbers” of people should receive the flu vaccination this winter to limit the severity ...
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/ Flu, Vaccinations, Vaccines

Oxford vaccine ready to be put before regulators “this year”, developer suggests

The Oxford University coronavirus vaccine could be ready to be put before public health regulators “by the end of the ...
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/ COVID-19, Vaccinations, Vaccines

Imperial College London launches human trial of new coronavirus vaccine

Imperial College London has announced that the very first human has received a dose of its new trial coronavirus vaccine ...
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/ COVID-19, Vaccinations, Vaccines, World

What is the place of Covid antibody testing?

We have run over 600 antibody tests since mid May 2020, using the Abbott platform ...
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/ COVID-19

Stopping HRT

Women shouldn’t be advised to stop taking HRT after any arbitrary time limit,’ say the National Institute for Health and ...
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/ Menopause

What is a Covid-19 test and when should I get one?

Earlier this month, the Harrow Health Care Centre was delighted to announce it could offer Covid-19 antigen tests to private ...
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/ COVID-19, General

We are open for blood tests, vaccinations, routine screenings & more…

On 29th April 2020 NHS England issued new advice to clinicians in what is now the “second stage response to ...
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/ Uncategorized

Get tested for COVID-19

We are now able to offer COVID-19 testing to our member and non-member patients from age 2+. This is an ...
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/ COVID-19

Childhood vaccination rates fall to record low amid social distancing measures

Childhood vaccinations against diseases such as measles, mumps and rubella have reached record lows as people follow strict social distancing ...
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/ COVID-19, General, Vaccinations, Vaccines, World