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ACR Digital Urinalysis
The ACR Digital Urinalysis app lets you test a sample of your pee for albumin and creatinine
Baby and Child First Aid
Learn how to help babies or children in a range of emergency situations
An online course to help reduce stress and anxiety using mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
Becca Breast Cancer Support App
Find specialist support to help you live with, through and beyond breast cancer
Improve oral hygiene by using music to ensure you brush your teeth for the correct amount of time
Lose weight, eat better and move more with this lifestyle coaching programme
Free, but requires GP referral
A confidential messaging service that allows you to anonymously contact healthcare professionals
Normal text charges apply
Being tested in the NHS
Use breathing techniques to help you relax more, worry less and feel better
View, order and manage your repeat prescriptions securely from your smartphone
Free, with in-app purchases
Self-reporting tool that aims to improve the understanding and management of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Being tested in the NHS
Create music to reflect emotions like joy, sadness and anger to help express how you feel
Digital Health Passport
Take control of your asthma by creating action plans, tracking symptoms and accessing NHS support
Quick and discreet access to information and advice about self-harm and suicidal thoughts
Book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and have online consultations at your GP surgery
Free at participating surgeries
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