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PROTECT YOURSELF FROM THE SUN  Sunburn increases your risk of skin cancer. Sunburn doesn't just happen on holiday; you can burn in the UK, even when it's cloudy.  There's no safe or healthy way to get a tan. A tan doesn't protect your skin from the sun's harmful effects.  Aim to strike a balance between protecting yourself from the sun and getting enough vitamin D from sunlight.  For more information please follow the link: 


http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/skin/Pages/Sunsafe.aspx#safety


 

Medication Review

pillsAll repeat medication must be reviewed at intervals to ensure that it continues to provide benefit and is not detrimental.  If you are on repeat medication we will ask you to come in to the Surgery to discuss your medication with the doctor or nurse at regular intervals, usually once every six months or a year.

This may also involve routine blood or other tests, e.g. blood pressure.  Our request to you may come via the dispenser or nurse, on a medication review form or, occasionally by telephone call.

If we telephone and there is an answer phone we will leave a message requesting that you contact the Surgery.  If you do not want messages left on your answering service please let us know.
 

 
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