At the time of writing this blog, I’m at home – unfortunately I do not have my feet up holding a G&T because (a) it’s 08:30am and that would be ridiculous and (b) this is a vain attempt to get ahead and do some work in the relatively peaceful confines of my office/spare bedroom. I
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By PM Polly The time of year has arrived where I can no longer resist temptation and I have to buy myself yet another woolly hat. This one is red, a slightly different shade of red to the other… red woolly hat I own. It’s also the time of year where my wardrobe appears to
Senior GPs have teamed up to reject rumours of flu vaccine shortages. GPs have explained that elderly patients may have to wait for the new adjuvanted trivalent influenza vaccine because of the time taken to produce the new vaccine. Shortages at early autumn clinics have sparked rumours that many people will miss out on vaccination.
Okay, it may not be the best title for a blog and you’ll have to be of a certain age to get it (and if you do, you’ll probably be humming the tune!) but it’s that time of year again when practices are preparing for flu season and hopefully putting the wind behind the sails
By Nicola Davies Well here we are again, smack bang in the middle of the ‘flu season’ – it doesn’t half roll round quickly. Or is it just that I’m getting older and the months are flashing me by in a haze of hot flushes/emotional instability/mood swings and a need for chocolate (mmm…yes I think I