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Download image: Is Backpacking for You?
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Are you thinking about your next big adventure? When travel restrictions are relaxed you may want to travel abroad to explore different places and experience different cultures. We can’t learn everything from a book so experiencing new places can be …

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Can I test myself for coronavirus?
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To our Friends, Partners, and Customers, In these challenging times, our entire team is thinking of you, and your health and safety. Being at the forefront of healthcare, we know you are concerned by the Covid-19 crisis. DocHQ is committed …

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Workplace hygeine top tips
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With our current coronavirus situation, these tips are especially useful to stay healthy. Handwashing with soap removes germs from your hands. Removing germs prevents infection because people frequently touch their eyes, nose, and mouth without even realising it. Germs can get …

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5 Ways to Boost your Mental Health
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We are all aware that mental health issues are on the rise. Universities are experiencing a surge in student anxiety, mental breakdowns and depression. There has been a sharp rise in students dropping out – of the 2015 intake, 26,000 left in …

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Top 6 signs of poor mental health
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We have put together a great image for you to share the visual signs at a glance. You may see the signs in a friend, colleague or even yourself and be able to get the help needed. Download it now. …

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Where Brits travel and how to stay healthy
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Short of time? Let’s break it down. Choose from our 100, 500 or 2000 word blog. The story in 100 words Brits still love to travel abroad, perhaps a city break, cruise, backpacking or a couple of weeks well earnt …

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Everything You Need to Know About Yellow Fever
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Cases of yellow fever had traditionally been rare for international travellers. However, a surge of reported travel-associated cases in both 2017 and 2018 has brought the disease back into focus for those looking to travel to popular destinations in Africa …

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