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Braun thermoscan 7 thermometer, as used by the NHS £30.99 at Amazon
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Braun thermoscan 7 thermometer, as used by the NHS £30.99 at Amazon
£30.99£4226%Amazon Deals
One of the most accurate thermometers & used by the NHS. Parents will be familiar with this device! GPs , hospitals use the thermoscan 7. There are 3 versions. Thermoscan 3.5 &… Read more
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SJ01

Customer returns it appears, got one and then a replacement, both had been opened and were marked.

Karling

No, I ain't gonna FEED you. You having given away in an instant your MO. I truth is ain't got time to waste reading lame provoking and insulting comments from brave individuals like you. So instead of even reading what you dribbled on about again, I'll just go straight to making my last reply to you. And tell you, you are clearly a very excitable sad vitriolic simple minded individual. You clearly have a sad broken life. Bye :)

y_am_I_buying_this

You’re sharing a opinion by saying how did everyone manage before this. It doesn’t matter how people managed before this. It’s ur opinion and sometime you should keep it too yourself. I assume you don’t drive use a mobile or laptop/internet. Oh hang on you’re on here so you must do. How did you manage before all that. No one cares whether your opinion is that you can buy something similar for a pound. All that matters at that moment someone buys something is that it’s important to them and they feel like it will help them. Too many people on here giving a “opinion” which isn’t a opinion it’s saying not too buy it because there is a alternative. I’m the kind of parent that will tell my children it ain’t important what someone tells them they should or shouldn’t do. To ignore the people stuck in the past (like yourself) and push for different future. Just because you have had a job with kids don’t mean you know it all. I’m sorry but you just sound like a right boring person that lives by the book. Let loose live a little. The world is forever changing don’t get left behind.

Karling

Firstly, I did not tell anyone not to buy it. People buy what they want. If oneday amazon sell home X-ray machines, or blood analysis kits or home defribulators... and someone is convinced they need it to keep their children safe, then fine, go buy. I understand how you feel, and respect your choice, but your talking to a parent too, and a CYP&F practitioner (well former), plus I'm not idiot when it comes to risks prevention etc. My comment did actually give an alternative, one that is, and has been used for many years (and has satisfied my needs, and millions of other families around the globe for many years). And when used in tandem with common sense, and the option to ALWAYS be able to seek medical attention via 999 if really concerned, then why would each and every parent need yet another expensive gadget in their home? Afterall, this electronic gadget offers no 100% safeguarding guarantee. Keep in mind, their are caring, loving and concerned parents, even wealthy bringing up their kids safely without a gadget for each and every event. If you wanna but, den buy. Peace

Karling

Bravely said.. You don't know me, or my background yet you you cast 'low life' abuse simply because I share my opinion? Parent? You've just given a profile of what kind, and class of person you are. So it's evident what kind of parent you are. Pleb (you might need to look that up, lol)

Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim + Free wireless charger @Samsung Student portal £699 + £150 Cashback = £549
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Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim + Free wireless charger @Samsung Student portal £699 + £150 Cashback = £549
Get the Note9 and a free wireless charger. TODAY ONLY!!! Cashback expires midnight tonight. - Read comments in this thread The free wireless charger will be automatically added … Read more
justfundo

Anybody got £150 cashback with student deal?

Keith_Moon

Yes, and they sound like **** Vs their wired counterparts

herrbz

You understand how cheap Bluetooth headphones are, right?

robo989

My claim paid out in bank today

robo989

Lovely story but the comparison was with the Mate 20 Pro. I much prefer the Note 9 though, it's a fair bit heavier, a bit slower but no OS bugs, no offensive burnt in malware and no stupid notch making the notification bar pointless waste of space.

Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim @Samsung For Students, NHS workers... - £699 +£150 Cashback = £549
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Samsung Galaxy Note9 128GB Hybrid Sim @Samsung For Students, NHS workers... - £699 +£150 Cashback = £549
Get the Note9 for a cracking price. Here we go again... This price is available on the Ocean blue, Black and Lavender purple. Trade in an old phone If you wish to take advantag… Read more
rogermellie

well its 4 months on, I still have my note 3

rogermellie

Cash back paid out today...time to send the Part ex in

umar

Sending it back tomorrow they want £25 cos mute button on my trade in 6s doesn't work thought they recycle not resell I was thinking they might still refuse cashback even if I paid £25.

umar

Thank you note is on charge and trade in phone going tomorrow let's see what happens couldn't wait any longer now waiting for ebay £1 final value fee so pixel 2xl can go😁

manka

If you decide to return phone then you'd be given the cash equivalent if they can't return your phone to you.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 dual SIM - £699 for students/NHS etc. + £150 cashback (£549 total) @ Samsung
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Found this accidentally! Samsung currently have £200 off the Note 9 if you login to their student/staff discount site. They are also offering £150 cashback. If you include the ca… Read more
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pound_sterling

this was a great deal as I got paid the £150 cashback as well as £34.50 from TCB!

murphyabu

Has anyone received an email from Samsung Recycle about their recycled device? Just received an email which states Device Faulty - No Power on. Please pay £25 to MTR Group Ltd The phone powered on without a problem before I posted it and I've never had any issues with it before. Anyone else received an unexpected demand for payment?

fahimmi10

Got mine on Saturday now!

mercman

Mine was paid via Opia Limited

Franko64

Yes, mine has been paid (y)

Stress Control - Free nationwide weekly wellbeing CBT sessions (used by NHS/HSE)
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Stress Control - Free nationwide weekly wellbeing CBT sessions (used by NHS/HSE)
This could be of use to someone who is maybe on a waiting list for counselling, or just needs some guidance on how to reduce stress in their lives. It’s a slideshow-based class, w… Read more
Dingdong007

Thanks mate, appreciated, will have a look at them (y)

andyhhhdx

Hello buddy. I have done a few youtube videos (same username) kind of documenting when i was suffering from anxiety and panic attacks as i was also on a waiting list when i was so desperate to see somebody due to the weird suicidal thoughts etc. When i rang up the counselling service i was told "sorry we can't help you because our computers are being slow today" after that it took about another 2 months at least before anything was arranged which i think is not good enough at all because if you've never had anxiety/panic attacks then you really don't know how bad they are. I was in a very desperate place and that's why i started creating a few videos just to see if they could help anyone at all going through the same as i did as i preferred to watch people talk rather than trying to read something because my mind just wouldn't process it at all. Sorry it sounds like an advertising plug and it's not meant to be but i know that i really needed to talk to people about it when i was seriously at my worst.

b0arder2k9

You sound like their target audience so you might as well.

aturner123

Typical argument jumping to conclusion I read the daily mail. which i dont.

b0arder2k9

No they don't, you have no idea what you're talking about. Stop reading the Daily Mail. The prisons are in tatters, why don't you go and see for yourself, you can enjoy lots of 1:1 sessions, they just won't be with a counsellor.

Free uber for nhs staff over Xmas period - code for 2 x £10 trips for use between 24th & 26th DEC
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Free uber for nhs staff over Xmas period - code for 2 x £10 trips for use between 24th & 26th DEC
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Free rides for NHS staff this Christmas Travel can be tricky over the festive period, that's why we're offering the thousands of NHS staff who work over Christmas a code for 2 x £1… Read more
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jamie15

Glad you could make use of it!

stesoutham84

Had my codes through and used today for my family to get into town for a Christmas meal. Great service and very helpful. Flat rate charge and no surge. My young kids loved being picked up. Thanks uber. X

jamie15

It won't be as it looks to be a promo code. Promo codes are specific to 1 service, only thing that works on both are Uber Credits which are basically their gift cards.

karlie88

Can the £10 codes be used against their takeaway service? I can't see why not...

jamie15

Just bumping this thread to remind everyone that the offer has gone live today. I really hope as many NHS staff as possible can make use of this!

Free coffee, tea or soft drink plus a snack in return for giving the gift of life
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Free coffee, tea or soft drink plus a snack in return for giving the gift of life
About this time last year, I posted a "deal" like this and it picked up so much support, and, even though it's still hovering about and others have posted similar deals throughout … Read more
myusernamehasgone234

This still isn’t a vaginal/ anal sex issue. From the website you quoted “When a woman has vaginal sex with a partner who’s HIV-positive, HIV can enter her body through the mucous membranes that line the vagina and cervix. Most women who get HIV get it from vaginal sex. Men can also get HIV from having vaginal sex with a woman who’s HIV-positive. This is because vaginal fluid and blood can carry HIV. Men get HIV through the opening at the tip of the penis (or urethra); the foreskin if they’re not circumcised; or small cuts, scratches, or open sores anywhere on the penis. See the Prevention Q&As for information on how to lower your risk of getting HIV from vaginal sex.” Vaginal or Anal you are still at risk of catching HIV if you have unprotected sex with a partner with HIV The screener questions are designed to minimise the risk of potential donors having blood born viruses like hiv. They screen out the highest risk groups from the stats they have available, this happens includes gay men as well as anyone paid for sex, IV drug users, people who have had sex is country’s with high rates of HIV. You also have to wait after having a tattoo or piercing in case a dirty potentially contaminated needle was used. Transmission from tattoos is very these days due to proper licensing and proper sterilisation. “It’s possible to get HIV from tattooing or body piercing if the equipment used for these procedures has someone else’s blood in it or if the ink is shared. The risk of getting HIV this way is very low, but the risk increases when the person doing the procedure is unlicensed, because of the potential for unsanitary practices such as sharing needles or ink. If you get a tattoo or a body piercing, be sure that the person doing the procedure is properly licensed and that they use only new or sterilized needles, ink, and other supplies.” People who have had previous transfusions are also not allowed to donate.

Mada06

I'm giving blood tomorrow, this will be the last time until I have done the marathon in April. Stocks are very low over Christmas so wanted to make sure I kept to my appointment even if it meant taking the day off from work.

crank_girl

No I haven't. Anal sex carries the highest risk of HIV transmission. Non penetrative sex is very low risk. It's the type of sex that should determine the risk, not the people having it. https://www.cdc.gov/hiv/risk/analsex.html

John.Host

Lol.... Who knows !! Just plain old homophobia I guess.

myusernamehasgone234

(skeptical) You’ve totally missed the point here. Anal sex isn’t anymore risky than other types of sex it’s the prevalence of HIV and AIDS is greater in Gay men than other groups. Not all gay men will be having anal sex Other higher risks groups such as people who have had sex abroad in some African countries are excluded from donating too as these countries are known to have a much higher prevalence of HIV and AIDS.

FREE entry for Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS Employees - Twycross Zoo
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From 1st-12th December 2018, we’re acknowledging all the dedicated, hard work of our country’s Armed Forces, Emergency Services and NHS employees over the upcoming busy Christmas p… Read more
BuckRodgers666

To be fair, there are a lot of hard working undervalued people in those service type industries doing amazing jobs, so I definitely don't hold it against them. My Mrs is a nurse and we'll be taking advantage of this. As for offering it to everyone, I guess you gotta draw the line somewhere

KyleP

Never really understood this... I mean yes they do a great job however, what about the unemployed, disabled, charity workers or the elderly? Or bin men or anyone really? Why not allow access to everyone with a nominal charge, seems like a fairer way to attract a wider audience.

BuckRodgers666

Sure, if they work for the NHS also.... Moon on a stick some people....

philhib1964

Friends and family get 30% off.

hy507

are kids included? T&C are not comprehensive.

Free quitting advice and tips @ NHS
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Free quitting advice and tips @ NHS
Now there are even more ways to stop smoking than ever. Get your FREE support now! To get you started we’d recommend the Smoking Quit Kit and face–to–face support from your local … Read more
Ban_Anas

just quoting to point out that i have already quoted you - thus saying "nope" is "not very clever" (??) (in addition to the fact that you did it again.... - "just telling you to have one"....). - why do you think the nhs website suggests e-cigs as a smoking cessation device ? - the link is at the top of the page..... (- but we both know you don't read / are incapable of refrencing information...)

themachman

Nope just telling you to have one as youre that uptight. or have a tug on your e-cig that doesnt cause coughing (poo)

Ban_Anas

(to point out that you are in a NHS smoking cessation thread - telling people to "have ciggys" etc....)

Ban_Anas

just quoting you for people to see...

themachman

Very touchy ain't you? Have a ciggy and relax (y)

Free condoms services  @ NHS
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Free condoms services @ NHS
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webnet

I suspect that in many cases they were informing young women, but let's face it, even telling guys they could be obtained free would not change some of them to become regular users. It wasn't everyone that needed to visit the GUM clinic (where I assume some staff would have been more openly promoting them) and it has always been so taboo to discuss that I suppose the NHS would have been expecting a "backlash" from politicians and (some of) the public about the way they were likely to promote sex outside marriage. It was definitely frowned on and even when AIDS with the icebergs ads were on TV, I expect it sent shivers down the back of Mary Whitehouse, because she was concerned about the moral decline in British society.

Lilmissprincess

(lol) (lol)

Zoea

A Pound?

HotGBDeals

Abusing the NHS when already short of resources is a little unfair. The cost to the NHS of policing and distributing, far outweighs the cost buying from piundland

fattyflumpalump

I live in a semi and I'm not fat, although I can get a bit noisy in the bedroom department (y)

70 per cent off Groceries for the NHS, Fire Service,Police & Employees & Retirees from ASDA,Tesco,Waitrose, Morrisons, M&S@ The Company Shop
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70 per cent off Groceries for the NHS, Fire Service,Police & Employees & Retirees from ASDA,Tesco,Waitrose, Morrisons, M&S@ The Company Shop
70 per cent off brands from ASDA, Tesco, Waitrose and Morrisons Other brands it sells include Ocado, Nestle, Tetley and Muller. The Company Shop sells stock at such a discount beca… Read more
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summerof0763

Thats awful they have no compassion.I am profoundly deaf and when i went for my f2f when the woman called my name my partner tapped my hand which i know means your name was called and i turned round to let her know it was me and when i got my papers back from f2f she said she called me in a normal voice and i turned round i got 0points for my hearing even though when we got in the room i said to her i am profoundly deaf and if you speak to me can you please make sure you look at me.she said she would but the amount of times she put her head down and asked me something was beyond a joke which made me start stressing and getting anxious about it as i had to keep telling her i could hear her voice vaugely but not what she was saying and cpshe please look at me.i was near tears by the end of it all.i hope your little boy has recovered well and that your fight has resulted in his award xx

brendadawson7146

Does Iceland retirees able to get passes to shop in company shop thanks

angelhaseyes

We will try again.

katie12510

Yes n I only went last week

angelhaseyes

Marrons? You have to be a producer or supplier to stores. My other half works for Tesco and was refused.

NHS Give Blood by NHSBT - Free app now allows you to book appointment and save lives at fingertips
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NHS Give Blood by NHSBT - Free app now allows you to book appointment and save lives at fingertips
google play link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.savant.mobile.nhs.nhsgiveblood&hl=en_GB Our app puts the power to save lives in the palm of your hand and… Read more
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MrBlackNWhite

Good app once you get used to it. Been using it for over a year. Never have any problems getting local appointments in the North East. Trick I find is to book your next appointment the day after when your last donation shows up and it tells you when you can next donate. (y)

JulianL

Fkin November when they say they are desparate!?!

restyler

They keep ringing me to ask to donate - then I remind them that they stopped all donation services in Shropshire at the start of the year ... This is going to sound bad, but I was told by a nurse at the last donation that Shropshire doesn't have enough ethnic diversity to make it worthwhile!!

darlodge

I find the website is a lot easier and simpler to use. Its also faster

judavid89

Won't take my blood...

20% NHS DISCOUNT AT SUBWAY
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Subway offer NHS discount when showing a valid NHS ID card. My local subway are doing 20% off!! but this can vary from store to store as they are franchises. Who knew?! :) :) :… Read more
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GlentoranMark

Hey guys, I've a friends Subsquad that needs filling: name: ANDERSTON code: mnccjr At the time of writing there are 6 spaces left.

leeayr75

Not sad just happy I work in the private sector and can afford to pay full price for a subway. Those poor doctors (lol)

dpk81

A lot of comparable roles are significantly better paid in the private sector. Pensions are better but contributions are now very high. I don't think it's right NHS staff only receiving discounts. But equally I think begrudging a NHS worker or any public service worker the odd discount they receive is rather sad.

leeayr75

Nonsense public sector is as well paid as private if not better. Also with far better pensions. Most people contribute to society in some ways so to give deals to nhs staff only is a slap in the face to other hard working people.

dpk81

When public sector pay matches private sector pay it might be a valid argument. Is it only the private sector that needs any management then?

NHS PRESCRIPTION SAVING £104 12 months or £29.10 3 months - with Prepayment certificate (England Residents mainly)
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NHS PRESCRIPTION SAVING £104 12 months or £29.10 3 months - with Prepayment certificate (England Residents mainly)
£8.80NHS Deals
This is more of awareness than a deal but it’s great for people who have a short term illness but on high income and have to pay for their prescription which is usual £8.80 per ite… Read more
Dog_Man

Dont forget diabetics can get a free card. Also never very well publicised

dreamsofubuntu

I can tell you that people are idiots in general and it's good that you can't just go buy medications, it's not that these drugs are cheaper abroad it's because you can't buy them off prescription chances are they're actually cheaper here but not for the consumer, the NHS actually makes money from these prescriptions. As for that care home scenario it wasn't the law preventing you from doing that and if anything if the patient had died chances are you'd of all been in front of a panel at some point explaining why you let them die.

dreamsofubuntu

Should be the same for dental as well so that's something Most likely you didn't get an NHS receipt at the time? to be able to get a refund you need to have an NHS receipt form completed by the pharmacy at the time of dispensing which is date stamped and signed by a member of staff with the amount paid for the items dispensed if you don't get that then you won't be able to get a refund, you have 28 days from the date on the receipt to get a refund from any pharmacy and 6 months to claim a refund direct from the NHS Business Authority (you post it off with a claims form) It's also good to know that some pharmacies now have the ability to process a 6 or 12 month PPC in-store if you ask I know this is now the case in LloydsPharmacy although it's fairly new so do expect a little bit of confusuion as they try and work out how to put it through the till ;) Unfortunately parental income can be a factor as well I believe?

ciderno1

Make sure you put in the date that you paid for your medicines as the start date of your ppc. Hope that helps (y)

w0z

If you have a pre-pay cert, If you can get an NHS receipt (FP57) from the online pharmacist when you pay for the prescription(s) you should be able to claim the cost back.

Days Out & Entertainment Discounts for NHS Staff @ healthservicediscounts.com
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Days Out & Entertainment Discounts for NHS Staff @ healthservicediscounts.com
Huge savings for NHS staff
Broc_Mudflap

Eh? :/

popoyaya

How about aiming your hatred towards tax avoiding corporations instead of the poor?

Broc_Mudflap

Cheers for your support. I do feel extremely frustrated with everything relating to honest hard working people struggling to get by. There seems to be many who have earned nothing, but are awarded everything, for ticking the right box. It just doesn't seem fair, and it makes me weary.

postmang

Well said,

Broc_Mudflap

I do fully empathise, the majority of publicly funded staff work above and beyond the value of the pittance of a wage they receive, and the shocking conditions they have to work in. I absolutely believe in rewarding these very brave and strong people. My line of employment, thankfully, doesn't involve the distress that might be experienced in those lines of work. I (as so many others do) work ridiculously hard, for ten to twelve hours a day, for minimum wage or less, for seven days a week. Any chance of a discount card?

Gullivers World NHS celebration weekend - Staff Enter for Free with one full paying person on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September
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Gullivers World NHS celebration weekend - Staff Enter for Free with one full paying person on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September
NHS Celebration Weekend! NHS Staff enter for free on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th September.* A valid NHS ID or Blue Light Card will need to be presented at the gate. *Offer Val… Read more
FunkiestMonkey

What an awful experience. I would hope they were just ignorant people. In any case, your son obviously has had more love given to him than they have received. All the best.

Reality

We forgot my son's charitable ticket. They all came with a serial number on, so I rang my husband and asked for the number. He sent me a photo of the ticket, but they told me they couldn't accept the serial number or photo as proof, as we could have forged it or kept it for the next charitable event to gain free access. I showed them communications between the charity and myself. They basically said no ticket no entry. So my husband drove 40 minutes to bring the ticket to us. While we were waiting they were sniggering at my autistic son. I would have left except my then 14 year old son with the mental age of a 3 year old, would have been devastated, as he had been looking forward to it so much. It was my fault in the first place, but they we're so nasty to us. We had to wait at the turnstile for an hour while they ridiculed my son. I rang head office while waiting, by the time the correct person got back to me, we had already gone inside as my husband had come with the tickets. Head office said all we needed to do was provide the serial number and we could have gone in. They apologised and said they would have a word with the staff. However the damage was already done and I would never go back. 😥

mackey24680

The Jeremy Kyle log flume is my favourite ride

FunkiestMonkey

What happened?

Reality

They did a similar event for special needs a few years ago. We were treated so appallingly that I wouldn't go back if you paid me!

HALLMARK HOTELS WELCOMES NHS STAFF TO STAY FOR FREE THROUGHOUT 2018 (on Sunday evening subject to £50 spend on Food/Drinks)
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HALLMARK HOTELS WELCOMES NHS STAFF TO STAY FOR FREE THROUGHOUT 2018 (on Sunday evening subject to £50 spend on Food/Drinks)
Not for everyone but if those of you who work in our NHS a Sunday night away for £50 for a double or twin room sounds good - (£50 is a required spend on food/drink - room is free).… Read more
cathy.wakefield

Can you use if your agency staff nurse working in the hospitals?

mjmani

You can use EasyGym entry card as well.

DE4L3R

Spend £50 on food and drink and stay free . Better title?

mdekq007

All you have to do to get it free is pay £50.

ryouga

At least two of these branches I know are notorious for ladies of the night as they are popular hotels with businessmen lol

NHS Health Check: Free check-up of your overall health
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NHS Health Check: Free check-up of your overall health
The NHS Health Check is a free check-up of your overall health. It can tell you whether you're at higher risk of getting certain health problems, such as: heart disease diab… Read more
NitrousX123

So what about those under the age of 40, do we just have to call our GPs to book a appointment

redmouse2

just had one of these checks.... bp= 150chol= 6 doc suggested i take tablets to lower the chol. i refused as barely over the normal 5. it's true nhs is sponsored by the multi £bn pharmaceutical industry p.s just checked bp= 135 ridiculous i tell ya

kate50dadford

NHS adult check can be done by a HCA no GP or nurse required

bbfb123

No medical crackpot is going to apply his leaches to me!

RedRain

Have to disagree Bud if that was the case the Gov have had 7 years to stream line it and failed i use the NHS alot it's being underfunded year on year and it is being driven into the ground i have noticed a massive difference all privite enity need to get out of it as well love the NHS its sad to see it in its current state and people not standing up for it

Blue Light Card - £4.99 for 5 years - for Emergency Services, Armed Forces , NHS Staff and others (listed below)
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.Discount Card for Emergency Services and NHS Staff. Seems to be some very good discount available for £4.99. Card lasts 5 years! https://www.bluelightcard.co.uk/about_blue_light… Read more
GST11

People can be removed from the system for doing this so please don't ask for this unless you are entitled to sign up for yourself

jamesbrothwell

You have to have it delivered to your work place, I.e police station/fire station etc. Addressed to you using employee Id

GST11

:/ 👎

JamesPaice

Clergy should get one

chrisdeston821

TJ1304: Nothing for. Teaching assistants?!!! We don't count as public sector workers. Us part-time term time only folk with SOOO many holidays don't deserve the discount. Not like them civil servants. (mad)

BACK TO BASICS COOKING (NHS FUNDED)
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BACK TO BASICS COOKING (NHS FUNDED)
"Learn the skills of healthy cooking and eating, build your confidence in the kitchen and understand how to safely store and use your leftovers." I spotted this in my local adult … Read more
daniellndn

Yep. Sorry, you are in the majority.

tastemynuts

Ok Daniel.

daniellndn

I’d say most can. You perhaps just hear/read about those that can’t.

tastemynuts

Most English people can't cook! ALLwe know is sunday roast, freezer foods, chicken Korma and chinese. I never knew how to PROPERLY cook, but now I do and I LOVE IT! There's soooo many delicious and nutritious dishes out there that can be prepared and cooked within 35 minutes.

Norseg

Jordan Belfort wasnt 'overweight' he was a junkie who beat his wife and partied all the time with money from scamming guilible people.. I admire him..well most of him

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