Links – Axbridge and Wedmore Medical Practice

A — Z Health Links

Links on this page:

Asthma/Respiratory

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Bone and Joint Conditions

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Chil­drens Health

  • Baby Cen­tre Plan­ning a preg­nancy? Expect­ing? New par­ent? We’re here for you with expert advice, up-to-date infor­ma­tion and parent-to-parent support
  • There have been many devel­op­ments in ante­na­tal and new­born screen­ing over the past five years. This resource has been devel­oped by the UK National Screen­ing Com­mit­tee (NSC) and pro­vides key facts and resources for Ante­na­tal and New­born Screen­ing Programmes.
  • Need advice on Breast Feed­ing? Click here for a vari­ety of sources of infor­ma­tion and support
  • Child­hood Immu­ni­sa­tion Sched­ule infor­ma­tion from NHS.
  • Is your baby sleep­ing safely? Safe Sleep Video gives more infor­ma­tion and a short video.
  • NHS Direct Online
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Chlamy­dia Screen­ing Programme

  • NHS Chlamy­dia Screen­ing Programme
  • What is chlamy­dia? How do you get it? Why is it a big deal? What are the symp­toms? What if I’m preg­nant? What is the Chlamy­dia screen? and more about sex­ual health.
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Coeliac Dis­ease

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Dis­abil­i­ties

  • Easy Health Org.- their aim is to make it eas­ier for peo­ple with learn­ing dis­abil­i­ties to under­stand more about their health.
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Embar­rass­ing Problems

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Healthy Liv­ing

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Los­ing Weight

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Mak­ing the Best of your Appointment

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Medicines/Prescriptions

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Preg­nancy

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Stop Smok­ing

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Teenage Health

Exter­nal Sites:

  • Talk to Frank - the A-Z of drugs and ways to help kick the habbit.
  • Teenage Health Freak - teenage health prob­lems discussed.
  • Visit The­Site - a health web­site designed specif­i­cally for teenagers and under 24’s. Pro­vides spe­cific Infor­ma­tion on reg­is­ter­ing with a GP.
  • Visit Net­doc­tor Q and A’s -  hun­dreds of health issues expe­ri­enced by teenagers — writ­ten by doctors.
  • For more infor­ma­tion about young peo­ple and doc­tor con­fi­den­tial­ity visit BBC Health.
  • Off The Record offers coun­selling sup­port and infor­ma­tion for young peo­ple aged 11–25.
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