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Counterfeit Medicines
Counterfeit Medicines

11 Feb 2016

Counterfeit (or fake) medicines are a growing problem that occur throughout the world. Counterfeiting is more common in countries where regulations and laws governing the production of pharmaceuticals is limited or lacking.

Zika Virus update
Zika Virus update

04 Feb 2016

The NHS has made a decision that People who have travelled to countries affected by the Zika virus will not be allowed to donate blood for four weeks after returning home.

Zika Virus
Zika Virus

01 Feb 2016

The latest report from The World Health Organization (WHO) states that the Zika virus has now spread through both South and Central America and expects 3-4 million people to be infected in 2016.

Visiting Friends or Relatives VFR overseas
Visiting Friends or Relatives (VFR) overseas?

25 Aug 2015

All travellers should prepare themselves when travelling to countries where there are potential health risks, but those visiting friends and relatives have a particularly high risk of acquiring infections.

What do you need to know about Yellow Fever
What do you need to know about Yellow Fever?

25 Aug 2015

Yellow fever is a viral illness, which is spread via the bite of infected mosquitoes, which are most active during the daytime.....

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