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HEALTH 10 Christmas,


On the tenth day of


my pharmacist gave to me...


Suncream for walks in the winter sun


Christmas brings with it a sense of cabin fever and you may want to break out of the monotony by getting outdoors. But beware the winter sun. Wear SPF all year round. Shorter daylight hours also reduces serotonin levels leading to feelings of depression, irritability and lethargy, otherwise known as Seasonal Affective Disorder which affects one in 50. Going outdoors in the day may help improve your mood, appetite and sleep.


11 On the


eleventh day of Christmas,


my pharmacist gave to me...


A blood pressure check to reduce the risk of heart attacks You may not think it, but heart attacks are more likely to occur in the winter months as colder temperatures means your body works harder to stay warm,


increasing blood pressure and putting a strain on your heart. Keep an eye on your blood pressure levels but also aim to stay warm by making sure your home temperature is at least 18 degrees. An electric blanket or hot water bottle can also help.


12 On the


twelfth day of Christmas,


my pharmacist gave to me... Rehydration salts after a bout of norovirus Try as hard as you might,


sometimes there is just no escaping winter ailments. But the one you really want to avoid is the winter vomiting bug, norovirus. It is highly contagious and causes severe sickness and diarrhea lasting two to three days, leaving you lethargic and exhausted. You may not be able to eat much but it is important to remain hydrated by taking in clear fluids.


Merry Christmas to all our customers and Aroundtown readers from Andrew and the team at Good Measure.


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We are open over the festive period for urgent treatment and advice


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157 Dental Care, 157 Midland Road, Royston, S71 4BY. T: 01226 722591


Monday 30th and Tuesday 31st December


Darfield Dental Practice, 16 School Street, Darfield, S73 9ET. T: 01226 756677


dentistry and private cosmetic treatments available


Visit our website for more details, special offers and full list of our 6 Barnsley clinics


www.tsjsmilegroup.co.uk


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Tel: 01709 522334


We wish you a happy, healthy Christmas


From Andrew and the Good Measure team


Call and see our pharmacist for free help and advice


12 Rawmarsh Hill Parkgate Rotherham S62 6EU www.parkgatechiropody.co.uk


Keep dancing from dusk till dawn…


Don’t let painful foot problems spoil the fun


Private Cosmetic Treatments Tooth whitening and white fillings


Fully accredited family-run podiatry practice for over 25 years Treating a wide range of foot


conditions and disorders: • Corns, calluses and cracked heels • Ingrown nails and fungal nail infections


• Verrucas and athlete’s foot • Sprains and injuries • Chronic arthritis and diabetes


A treat for their feet


Gift vouchers available


HCPC registered podiatrists * Westfield and Simply Health approved Please note: festive appointments are filling quickly. Early


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