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    Having a free NHS Heath Check can help you prevent developing: Type 2 diabetes Heart disease Kidney disease Stroke and dementia by spotting any early signs. Aged 40-74? Have you had your FREE NHS Health Check? (It's a bit like a mid-life…

    One You Wolverhampton

    The lifestyle choices we make can increase our chances of becoming ill in later life. Making small changes now can improve your health right away and double your chances of staying healthy as you get older. Its never to late to start. One You…

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    Vaccinations In Adults

    Pneumococcal vaccine The pneumococcal vaccine is a single vaccine offered to those aged 65 or over, or to those who have a long term health condition. The pneumococcal vaccine helps protect you from serious and potentially fatal…

    Vaccinations in Pregnancy

    There are 2 important vaccinations to think about during pregnancy. They are whooping cough and flu. Whooping Cough (Pertussis) Young babies with whooping cough are often very unwell and most will be admitted to hospital because of…

    Vaccinations: Baby & Young Child

    Babies will require routine vaccinations from 2 months of age onwards. The routine vaccinations offered are important for the child’s health because they will protect them from a variety of serious diseases such as measles, mumps,…

    Vaccinations: Children (12-18)

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