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Useful Resources

See below leaflets and resources which could benefit your health. Click on the links to download. 

We update this page when we can, but if you notice a mistake or something that is out of date please do let us know!


Bereavement

Compassionate Friends

Compassionate Friends is a charity run by bereaved parents to support other parents who have lost a child.


Carers

Crossroads Care Harrow

Do you care for someone? Cross Roads Care and so do you, but sometimes you need a break.


Cholesterol

Raised Cholesterol, Low Risk

Information sheet for patients with an elevated cholesterol level but low risk of coronary heart disease over the next 10 years. Your GP may have directed you to this page.


Memory

Alzheimer's Society

Worried about your memory or someone else's memory?


Miscarriage

Pregnancy Loss Support Group 2018

Have you recently suffered a pregnancy loss? Would you like to talk to others who have also experienced miscarriage and can relate to what you're going through?


Prediabetes

Prediabetes

An information sheet about Prediabetes. Your GP may have directed you to this page.


Substance Misuse

Compass Young Peoples Service Harrow

The Compass Harrow Young People's Service provides targeted and specialist interventions for young people, aged up to 18, who are affected by their own or another's substance misuse.


Travel

Travel Health Advice Leaflet

The following information will help you to stay healthy on your trip. Please make sure you read it following on from your appointment with us.


Tuberculosis

Latent TB testing and treatment: Information for patients

Harrow has the fifth highest prevalence rate of Tuberculosis among London boroughs. The practice will contact you if you are eligible for free screening. Please read this leaflet for more information.


Vitamin D

Vitamin D Supplements

A list of supplements to top up your Vitamin D levels if you are low.



 
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