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We are passionate about enabling everyone in the UK to protect their health.
We are The National Health and Medical Service – The NHMS. providing a range of trustworthy products to protect you against the Covid-19 virus (the Corona Virus) and other viruses, infections and diseases.
The NHMS is a trading name of Health and Medical Service Ltd. an independent business based in the UK and is not part of the NHS.
Starting today, across the world, all people will take new, better precautions to protect their health and their loved ones.
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Every COVID-19 test currently (and legally) available in the United States has been approved by the FDA under the agency’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)Trusted Source protocol. The EUA permits the FDA to “allow unapproved medical products or unapproved uses of approved medical products to be used in an emergencyRead More
As the name suggests, these tests look for antibodies made by your immune system in response to an infection with the new coronavirus. Antibody tests are not diagnostic tests. “Antibodies can take several days or weeks to develop after you have an infection and may stay in your bloodRead More
Diagnostic tests detect active infections. This is the test you want if you think you’ve been exposed to the coronavirus or are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19. There are currently two types of diagnostic tests available. The molecular real-time polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test detects the virus’s genetic material. TheRead More
Experts say the current diagnostic tests for the new coronavirus are highly accurate while antibody tests are not as trustworthy. There are two types of common diagnostic tests — one looks for the coronavirus’ genetic material, while the antigen test searches for proteins. Experts say any tests must beRead More
Yes. The likelihood of COVID-19 being spread on shoes and infecting individuals is very low. As a precautionary measure, particularly in homes where infants and small children crawl or play on floors, consider leaving your shoes at the entrance of your home. This will help prevent contact with dirtRead More
No. You can catch COVID-19, no matter how sunny or hot the weather is. Countries with hot weather have reported cases of COVID-19. To protect yourself, make sure you clean your hands frequently and thoroughly and avoid touching your eyes, mouth, and nose.
No. Frequent or excessive alcohol consumption can increase your risk of health problems. Drinking alcohol can be dangerous for you.
No. There is no reason to believe that cold weather can kill the new coronavirus or other diseases. The normal human body temperature remains around 36.5°C to 37°C, regardless of the external temperature or weather. The most effective way to protect yourself against the new coronavirus is by frequentlyRead More
No. To date there has been no information nor evidence to suggest that the new coronavirus could be transmitted by mosquitoes The new coronavirus is a respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets generated when an infected person coughs or sneezes, or through droplets of saliva or discharge fromRead More
No. Thermal scanners are effective in detecting people who have a fever (i.e. have a higher than normal body temperature). They cannot detect people who are infected with COVID-19. There are many causes of fever. Call your healthcare provider if you need assistance or seek immediate medical care ifRead More
No. There is no evidence that regularly rinsing the nose with saline has protected people from infection with the new coronavirus. There is some limited evidence that regularly rinsing nose with saline can help people recover more quickly from the common cold. However, regularly rinsing the nose has notRead More
To date, there is no specific medicine recommended to prevent or treat the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV). However, those infected with the virus should receive appropriate care to relieve and treat symptoms, and those with severe illness should receive optimized supportive care. Some specific treatments are under investigation, and willRead More