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There’s nothing worse than seeing your child get ill, and even suffering a comparatively mild illness such as chickenpox can leave a child (and the parents!) feeling miserable. Itchy spots, a high temperature, loss of appetite, aches and pains… it’s no fun for anyone. That’s why many parents opt for the chickenpox vaccine; a simple […]
School summer holidays were meant for playing in the park and building sandcastles on the beach! But whilst a good dose of vitamin D from the sun can help your little ones absorb calcium to build stronger, healthier bones, it’s vitally important they enjoy fun in the sun safely. Because even here in Scotland, over […]
Thousands of people are expected to descend upon Scotland’s capital this summer as the Edinburgh International Festival returns. From performers to tourists, many will travel from all over the globe just to be a part of one of the world’s most important cultural celebrations. Of course, for most people, that means you’ll be travelling far […]
Every parent wants the best for their child, and one of the most important ways to safeguard their health is to ensure they receive all the necessary vaccinations. The routine childhood immunisation schedule is the result of extensive research and has been designed to protect against a wide range of serious illnesses. Starting when your […]
It’s no surprise that the unpredictable Scottish weather has got many of us thinking about booking a holiday somewhere warm and exotic. But before you pack your suitcase and grab your passport, make sure you book an appointment at YourGP’s specialist travel clinic for any necessary vaccinations. Travel-related infections are a sure-fire way to turn […]
There has been a lot in the news recently about the drop in the number of children undergoing their routine vaccinations and a subsequent rise in the number of cases of diseases such as measles. Many believe the spread of misinformation through social media is the source of this problem, with so-called ‘anti-vaxxers’ sharing unsubstantiated […]