“Government warning, cigarette smoking is dangerous to your health.”
Have you ever wondered about the point of having this so-called “health warning” printed on cigarette packages?
Because it seems that nobody cares despite the health warning. Still, a lot of people smoke despite of knowing the effects of excessive smoking. Could be the best route to take >
What more could the National Health Service do for you if you are not living well?
Like I always say, we human beings may have healthcare rights but what is the point of that if we are taking our health for granted?
Eating right, getting fit, sleeping well, quitting smoking…
You know what I mean.
You may be the richest man on earth but you would never be the happiest if you are always sick or stressed out. Come to the bright side of life >
First aid, smoking, careers, assessment tools, breasts, art…
With all these topics and all the other information about the National Health Service, I know that what I have provided you here in my website would never be enough.
At this point, all I could think about is GP referrals.
I mean, do you know exactly how this kind of NHS service works? Do you have an idea what options are available for you?
Do you know that under certain circumstances, your right to choose could be revoked? The process could take a while >
I know that the information I have provided you here in my website would never be enough. So now here is the sequel to my previous post.
This post will brief you with some more important facts about the NHS services in England.
I assume that you already know what common NHS services in England are being offered. Emergency care, dental services, GPs …
I need not to say more. Staying alert and informed >
While there may be a slight difference on how each healthcare system in UK is being managed, this is a service that boils down to just one thing.
It belongs to all the residents of the United Kingdom.
As long as you are a UK resident, you have the right to receive healthcare funding from the National Health Service.
And it does not matter if you are young or old, single or married, disabled or have a criminal record, black or white, gay or lesbian, Catholic or Jew, retired or unemployed.
But then again, let us not get into that. About the healthcare system in England >