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Flu - an animated guide

Your local NHS has today (23/09) launched a short animation to help raise awareness of those who are eligible for the free flu vaccination, and why it is so important for them to have the vaccine this year. With COVID-19 in circulation, it is more important than ever that those who are eligible are vaccinated to help protect them from flu and to support the resilience of the h ...

To return or not to return: Helping parents of unwell schoolchildren

It is common for children to return home from school with common colds and other ailments.Ordinarily this is little more than a nuisance for households, yet with COVID-19 still circulating it can be very worrying for parents because of the potential confusion over symptoms.To help with this we have created a flowchart which we hope will help parents. Click here to view or down ...

Low Calorie Diet available on NHS

From this Autumn up to 500 people across Frimley Health and Care will be able to access a free ground-breaking diabetes programme. ...

COVID-19 testing

Local authorities and the local NHS understand the frustrations of residents who are struggling to get local COVID-19 tests, and are urging people only to get tested if they have COVID-19 symptoms or have been officially advised they need to get tested. There is a national shortage of laboratory capacity to analyse tests, with demand currently outstripping supply, which has me ...

Flu - this year’s vaccination and how it will be delivered

This year it’s more important than ever to get your flu jab. Flu brings misery to people who are in otherwise good health but for the elderly, the very young, and particularly those with some long-term health conditions, it can be much more dangerous. That’s why GP surgeries across Slough, Windsor and Maidenhead; Surrey Heath, Bracknell and North East Hampshire and Farnham are ...