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Sugary drinks face NHS ban if action is not taken

Sugary drinks will be further removed from NHS canteens, shops and vending machines during 2018. The NHS is taking action on sugar, with almost two thirds of NHS trusts now signed up to a...

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World First Aid Day – 9 September 2017

Second Saturday in September every year: Raising awareness of how first aid can save lives. The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) introduced World First Aid Day in 2000. Each...

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Police issue warning after drugs incident in Oldham

Police in Oldham are issuing an urgent warning after four people have been taken to hospital after taking a what is believed to be a form of MDMA. During the course of Saturday evening,...

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Seven hospitalised amid Oldham drug warning

Seven people have been hospitalised after taking a “particularly potent” form of the drug MDMA, police said. Four men became seriously ill on Saturday, with two still in intensive care. A woman and two...

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Heat health warning: 2017

Press release from Public Health England News today (19 June 2017) from the Met Office that the hot weather will now continue until Thursday, has prompted PHE to repeat its advice on how to...

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Open Day – 17 June 2017

MedAid Services will be hosting an open day at our base on 17 June 10AM – 2PM. Come and see our ambulance vehicles, command unit, learn CPR, understand what an AED is and see...

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Standard sign for AEDs

Both the Resuscitation Council (UK) and the British Heart Foundation are committed to saving lives through ensuring more people survive an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest from increased public education and awareness. Public Access Defibrillation (PAD)...

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