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Pain killers for minor aches and pains
(paracetamol, ibuprofen, aspirin)
|Hay fever preparations|| Cough and cold remedies |
|Lozenges, throat sprays and gargles||Treatments for minor acnes||Indigestion remedies|
|Barrier cream for nappy rash||Head lice lotions and shampoos||Threadworm tablets|
|Athlete's foot creams and powders||Bath additives for minor dry skin conditions||Soya milks|
|Sun creams for sensitive skins||Ear wax treatments||Slimming preparations|
Treatments for non-serious constipation
|Creams, gels and tubigrip||Travel medicines|
|Gluten free foods|
Many of these are available over-the-counter at pharmacies or even from your local supermarket. Own brand and generic items are often cheaper and just as effective.
NHS Suffolk spent £5 million on these items last year! It could have been spent on treating serious, life-threatening illnesses.