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Nov 2015
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Oct 2014
October special offers from Sykes Chemist 2nd October 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments It’s October, it’ll soon be Christmas! But here comes the flu season!Sykes Chemist can help you beat those coughs and colds with our October special offers. Suffering from a sore...
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Aug 2014
August Special Offers from Sykes Chemist 5th August 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments Going away or just enjoying the lovely sunshine we’re getting? Sometimes buying the right toiletries if you’re going away for the sunshine can be quite expensive but not withSykes...
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May 2014
June Special Offers from Sykes Chemist 27th May 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments It’s June! We’re all thinking about our holidays but sometimes it can be expensive when it comes to those toiletries,Sykes Chemist have a great range of products in store to buy and most of...
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May 2014
May special offers from Sykes Chemist 29th April 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments Sykes Chemist have a great range of products in store to buy, and most of them will even beat the prices at the supermarket, but every month they have a great range of special offers for you to...
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Apr 2014
April Special Offers from Sykes Chemist 1st April 2014 Author: Gaynor R 0 Comments Spring has sprung and it's time to get healthy and happy ready for summer!AtSykes Chemist they have a fantastic range of special offers to suit anyone. We all want that bright white smile for...
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Mar 2014
March In-store Special Offers
Buying toiletries can sometimes be a pain, especially at finding ones for the right prices.Sykes Chemist understand that and have some fantastic offers for their customers, these offers happen every month and there's always something for everyone. It's important to keep your hair hydrated always...
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Feb 2014
February In store Special Offers
February Special Offers at Sykes Chemist 4th February 2014 Author: Ellie B 0 Comments We all love to save a little money here and there andSykes Chemist understand exactly that. They have some fantastic special offers for this month which will make your pennies stretch further....
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Jan 2014
Vitamin D
Vitamin D helps the absorption of Calcium and Phosphate. These are necessary for good bone and teeth structures. It also has a role in the functioning of the immune system. Sunlight on the skin makes Vit D. Only a small amount is obtained from food, so you should take supplement Vit D in the...
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Jan 2014
Developing world obesity quadruples
The number of obese people in the world has quadrupled since 1980. See http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-25576400 We offer the Lipotrim weight loss system in our branches. If you need to lose at least a stone come and speak to our pharmacist about this sure fire way to lose weight and keep it that...
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Dec 2013
New Year Resolutions
Many will be thinking of giving up smoking in the new year. Our pharmacists are happy to give you free advice about quitting, just ask. You may be able to get products to help you stop free on the NHS, again just ask. for those thinking of giving up some encouragement: It only needs 1 cigarette...
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Nov 2013
Movember and Mens Health
Men's Health The common problems and worries men may have are discussed. Sexual health Sexual health is an important part of being healthy. Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs) A sexually transmitted infection is an infection that is passed from one person to another through unprotected...
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Sep 2013
Flu Vaccination
All our Bolton branches and Longsters Pharmacy in Rainhill, Prescot will be offering the flu vaccination service from October 2013. Prepare for the winter by having your flu jab now especially if you suffer from diabetes, asthma, COPD or look after someone with these. Some patients will be...
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Jun 2013
Reduce risk of Mouth Cancer
REDUCE THE RISK OF MOUTH CANCER Be a non-smoker Drink less alcohol Do not chew tobacco or betel nut Eat more fruit and vegetables See you Doctor or Dentist if an ulcer or mouth sore lasts more than 3 weeks if you have a red or white patch if you have pain in...
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May 2013
Top tips for staying healthy
TOP TIPS FOR STAYING HEALTHY Be a healthy weight Drink less alcohol Eat less salt Eat fewer fatty foods Eat more fruit and vegetables Exercise regularly Stop smoking Get enough good quality sleep If you have any unusual lumps,weight loss,moles get them...
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Apr 2013
Allergy Testing
Allergies are the body’s adverse reaction to substances in our everyday environment. These reactions can be caused by a wide range of things including pollen, dust and certain foods.Common allergic reactions include hayfever, asthma and skin abnormalities. At Sykes Chemist we provide a wide...
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Mar 2013
If you are having difficulty obtaining Syndol Tablets, please contact our branches. The contact number is on the "Our Branches" tab above. Or call 01204 61677 . We have some stock in most branches
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Mar 2013
The Government has announced a prescription charge increase of 20p per item to £7.85 per item in from 1st April 2013, and no it's no joke. Remember that this charge is a tax collected by pharmacies on behalf of the Government. The pharmacy does not keep any of this payment. So please do not...
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Feb 2013
Fast Food linked to Asthma and Eczema
The high saturated fat levels in food such as burgers lower children's immune systems, it is believed. A research project involving more than 50 countries found that teenagers who ate junk food three times a week or more were 39 per cent more likely to get severe asthma. Younger children were...
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Feb 2013
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