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Practice News & Noticeboard

  • The Prescription Request Form is changing…
    We are always looking for ways to improve services that are available to our patients, so from Monday 3rd July we will no longer be accepting repeat medication requests v...
  • NHS Cyber Attack
    You may be aware of an ongoing cyber-attack that is now being widely reported across the NHS. We at Castle Place Practice can confirm that we have not been effected by th...
  • Dementia Friends – 11th May
    Today some of the team attended a Dementia Friends Information Session hosted by volunteers from the Tiverton Dementia Action Alliance. They learnt more about dementia an...
  • Patient Access
    Sign up for Patient Access You can either download the app or visit https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/ You’re able to securely Book an appointment. Order repeat ...

RSS NHS Choices: Behind the headlines

  • Expanding waistline linked to an increased risk of cancer 25th May 2017
    "A pot belly is a red flag for cancer," reports the Mail Online after a new study found an increase in waist circumference carries similar risks for developing cancer as raised body mass index (BMI). The study used data from several European studies of more than 43,000 adults aged around 63, who were then followed […]
  • 'Chocolate good for the heart' claims sadly too good to be true 24th May 2017
    "Regularly tucking into a bar of chocolate may actually be good for us," reports the Mail Online. Researchers in Denmark say people who eat chocolate one to six times a week are less likely to get a heart condition called atrial fibrillation than those who eat it hardly at all (less than once a month). […]

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