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Laxido Dosage: When and How To Take

Laxido Dosage: When and How To Take

14th November, 2018

Laxido Orange is a laxative for the treatment of constipation and faecal impaction in adults, children (aged 12 years and above), and the elderly. It comes in sachets that should be mixed with water and drank.

Always take Laxido Orange exactly as described in the product leaflet, or as your doctor, pharmacist or nurse have told you. If you are not sure about anything to do with the treatment, ask your doctor, pharmacist or nurse.

E-Cigarettes

E-Cigarettes

12th November, 2018

What risks do e-cigarettes impose? Do they truly benefit those wishing to stop smoking? Here is a collection of research so that you can make your own decision about e-cigarettes. 

Burns on Bonfire Night

Burns on Bonfire Night

26th October, 2018

Bonfire Night is all fun and games until somebody gets hurt, so what do we do if ourselves or someone else gets burned? Here is a step-by-step guide on how to treat burns this November 5th.

Bonfire Night: Keeping Pets Safe and Calm

Bonfire Night: Keeping Pets Safe and Calm

17th October, 2018

Bonfire night can be a scary time for your pets with loud bangs and bright flashes that they don't understand. So here are a Few ways that you can help to keep your pets calm this November 5th. 

World Menopause Day: When, What, Why?

World Menopause Day: When, What, Why?

9th October, 2018

Menopause is a tough time in any woman's life, so it is important to take steps to ease the discomfort where you can. This World Menopause Day let's break the stigma and talk about what every woman goes through.

Tackling Freshers' Flu

Tackling Freshers' Flu

27th September, 2018

It's that time of year again where freshers' flu is sweeping through universities across the country, so we are here with a few tips to help you through; as well as what to look out for. 

Is Flu Costing Your Business?

Is Flu Costing Your Business?

5th September, 2018

The average cost of sickness per employee rose to an average of £570 per person in 2017 compared to £455 per person in 2016 and that figure is expected to increase again this year.