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General Health Information – UK and International Sites

Actionbioscience
Association of Public Health Observatories

 British Library

Cabinet Office
Chief Medical Officer (CMO)
City University – Department of Health Sciences

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA)
Department of Health

Environment Agency
European Union
European Union Public Health Activities
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the smileplace
mabf
papworth hospital
learning disabilities uk

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onions
health challenge Pembroke
awch Wales
urban living 
commissioning for eye care
copd aware
abbey well
ASU 
HCEC
dietitians unlimited 

womens enterprise taskforce

Faculty of Public Health
Finland National Public Health Institute
Foodlink – Guide to Food Safety
Food Standards Agency (FSA)

Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Health Canada Online
Healthcare Commission
Health Development Agency (HDA)

King’s Fund

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Authority (MHRA)

National Assembly for Wales
National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE)
National Public Health Service for Wales
National Statistics (UK) – Health
National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC)
Nature
New Scientist
NHS Confederation
NHS Direct
NHS Gateway – General NHS Information
The Northern Ireland Office

Royal College of General Practitioners
Royal College of Pathologists
Royal College of Physicians

Health Protection Scotland
The Scottish Executive

UK Parliament

Virobathe

Welsh Assembly
World Health Organization

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Regular Doctor Visits

Doctors are there to help us, but if we have a doctor we don’t like then it’s unlikely that we’re going to let them help us. So if you feel this way towards your doctor, then the best thing for you to do would be to have a new doctor assigned to you.

When you have a doctor you can talk to, there are all sorts of things that you can do to ensure that you are as healthy as you can be. Visiting your doctor regularly would be one of them. Number two would be taking what your doctor says on board, and putting it into practise (however if you are unsure about something your doctor recommends, then you should get a 2nd doctors opinion). You can see more reasons why visiting your doctor is important by clicking here.