Welcome to the UK Meds Health Hub

Here at UK Meds, we're committed to more than just providing you with the medications you need. Our Health Hub is here for you to use when you need expert insight into conditions, medications and interactions. Plus we will include any relevant medical news that we believe will be of value to you and your health.

A beginner’s guide to Wegovy for weight loss

UK Meds explain everything to know about Wegovy (semaglutide), the weight loss treatment, answering common questions from our customers

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Mental Health Awareness: A Beginner's Guide to Common Phobias

UK Meds explains common phobias & answer common questions about the mental health condition that customers ask us

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Do I Have A Cold or Hayfever Quiz

Take UK Meds 'Do I Have A Cold or Hayfever Quiz ' to find out if you might be suffering from a common cold or hay fever & when to consider seeing a doctor

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What are the Benefits of Ordering Prescriptions Online?

UK Meds explain the benefits of ordering prescriptions online.


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What is Amitriptyline?

Read UK Meds blog: What Is Amitriptyline?


How to get better sleep

Read UK Meds blog: How To Get Better Sleep


Is Viagra safe?

Read UK Meds blog: Is Viagra Safe?


What is the difference between Zapain and Co-codamol?

Read UK Meds blog: What Is The Difference Between Zapain & Co-codamol?


How often can you take Viagra?

Read UK Meds blog: How Often Can You Take Viagra?


Can you take Omeprazole with Zantac?

Read UK Meds blog: Can You Take Omeprazole With Zantac?


How much vitamin D do you need per day?

Read UK Meds blog: How Much Vitamin D Do You Need Per Day?


What are the 53 symptoms of menopause?

There are 53 key symptoms that can occur as part of the menopause process. UK Meds blog details them all - some might surprise you!

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