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When to tell DVLA if you've had a stroke or TIA (mini-stroke), forms to fill in and send if you need to inform DVLA
You may need to tell DVLA if you've had a transient ischaemic attack (TIA) - download the correct form if you need to let them know
Poster for the Stroke: Act FAST campaign…
LPAs can help everyone plan for the future in case of accidents, and illnesses such as dementia, strokes and heart disease.
Food industry encouraged to help people move towards and maintain a healthier weight by reducing excessive calories in everyday foods by up to 20% by 2024.
Stroke Statistics update.
Check if you need to tell DVLA about a health or medical condition if you have a driving licence - you'll have to fill in medical questionnaire if you do
Wherever you’re travelling, it's important to take out comprehensive travel insurance before you go.
Interim advice from the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) on the groups that should be prioritised for vaccination, if and when a vaccine is available.
How much PE and sport premium funding schools receive and advice on how it should be spent.
Evidence and guidance to help healthcare professionals to prevent heart attacks, strokes and dementia and to improve cardiovascular health.
When to tell DVLA about a medical condition or disability - what will happen to your licence, renewing or reapplying for your licence.
Employment Tribunal decision.
ReNeuron’s stem-cell based therapy regenerates healthy cells - replacing stroke-damaged ones and reducing impairment.…
These reports use general practice data to estimate the incidence of first-ever strokes in England.
The review of alteplase in the treatment of acute ischaemic stroke by the expert working group of the Commission on Human Medicines.
A guide to the driving standards for car or motorcycle licence holders who have had a stroke or TIA.
This document contains a synopsis of causation occurring in stroke (including Subarachnoid Haemorrhage).
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