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  1. Holland and Barrett UK - Vitamins, Multivitamins, Fish Oi... Arena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold StarsArena Gold Stars
    Holland and Barrett UK is the largest provider of health supplements in the UK, Contact us on 0870 606 6605
    http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/

  2. Practical Happiness - Emotional Health Consultancy, Thera...
    Emotional health consultancy, therapy and training - help for anxiety, depression, addictions, trauma, insomnia, OCD, phobias and other issues.
    http://www.practicalhappiness.co.uk/

  3. Mesothelioma Asbestos.com - The Leading Mesothelioma Reso...
    The Mesothelioma Center offers the most comprehensive and current information on asbestos exposure and mesothelioma.
    http://www.asbestos.com/

  4. Chiropractor Milton Keynes - Bucks Chiropractic Clinic ne...
    Treatment for neck pain, headaches, shoulder pain, hip pain, knee pain, foot pain in Milton Keynes, Winslow, Buckingham, Leighton Buzzard, Aylesbury, Bletchley
    http://www.bucksbackpain.co.uk/

  5. Head injury brain injury solicitor medical information co...
    Specilist solicitors providing legal advice and medical information regarding head and brain injuries. On the site aperars a neurosurgeon explaining what happens when the brain is injured and how it can recover.
    http://www.headinjuryuk.com/

  6. Megan Baker House Home Page - Free Conductive Education
    megan, baker, house, conductive, education, children, disabled, free, cerebral, palsy, stroke, head, injury, dyspraxia, parksinons, disease, charity, therapy, hereford, treatment, hemiplegia, diplegia, athetoid, ataxia, quadraplegia, ataxic, spastic
    http://www.meganbakerhouse.org.uk/

  7. Osteopath Leigh on Sea, Southend Osteopathic Healthcare a...
    Osteopath in Leigh on Sea and Southend. Osteopathic Healthcare and Sports Injury Clinic. Acupuncture and sports Injury massage. Covering Benfleet, Chalkwell, Hadleigh, Hockley, Westcliff
    http://www.osteohealthcare.co.uk/

  8. Vitamins, Minerals and food supplements from v4vitamins.c...
    An online shop you should not miss to visit. Great vitamins, minerals and food suplements and best of all very competitive prices. Check it out.
    http://www.v4vitamins.co.uk/

  9. Home Page
    This is the MADYSS,the Macclesfield and District Young Stroke Society website, where you can find details about the Society,our actvities,our social events for Younger Stroke Survivors and their Carers and view our photos galleries.
    http://www.madyss.co.uk/

  10. Trademark, Domain Name and Social Media Protection for Br...
    See information about trademarks starting with A
    http://tmarque.co.uk...ith-a/page-4371

  11. www.nat.org.uk
    Dedicated to policy research and campaigning to improve the UK's prevention efforts and the quality of life of people with HIV.
    http://www.nat.org.uk/

  12. Fashion Targets Breast Cancer UK
    Raises money and awareness for research and awareness programs.
    http://www.fashiontargets.org.uk/

  13. UK Myeloma Forum
    Gives information about this organisation which provides resources for the diagnosis, care and research of myeloma and plasma-cell disorders.
    http://www.ukmf.org.uk/

  14. The UK Creutzfeldt Jakob Disease Surveillance Unit
    Summarizes the research in progress at the CJD unit and also provides background information about CJD and other human spongiform encephalopathies.
    http://www.cjd.ed.ac.uk/

  15. Talking Newspaper Association UK
    A registered charity providing national and local newspapers and magazines on audio tape, computer disk, e-mail and CD-ROM. Small subscription fee. Details of the new Sightline project.
    http://www.tnauk.org.uk/

  16. Scope
    Cerebral palsy organization in England and Wales providing information, education, employment and housing services, news, a discussion forum, and a free phone helpline staffed by trained counselors.
    http://www.scope.org.uk/

  17. Headway Leicester
    Provides support to people with aquired brain injuries and their caregiversrs through a day centre in Leicester, and outreach support in Leicestershire, Leicester, and Rutland.
    http://www.headwayleicester.org.uk/

  18. thinkbroadband The UK's largest independent Broadband ADS...
    Compare 500 broadband deals from UK service providers. Broadband news, reviews and speed test from the longest running and trusted independent broadband information website formerly ADSLguide.org.uk
    http://www.thinkbroadband.com/

  19. Herefordshire Headway
    Helping with all aspects of the care and rehabilitation of adults with acquired brain injury who live in Herefordshire. Educational and rehabilitative services include computers, gardening, art, pottery, music, cooking, physiotherapy, woodworking, and social recreational activities. Assistance and support for their Carers are also available.
    http://www.herefords...-headway.co.uk/

  20. Colostomy Association
    Offers support, reassurance and practical information for ostomates and people who are about to have a colostomy.
    http://www.colostomy...ciation.org.uk/

  21. Cerebra - Foundation for the Brain Injured Infant
    Charity for children with neurological problems. Details of projects, jobs available and how to volunteer. Support network for parents and an extensive collection of links.
    http://www.cerebra.org.uk/

  22. www.tinnitusbham.org.uk
    Registered charity providing information and support for those suffering from this disorder. Offers details about the group, papers and membership information.
    http://www.tinnitusbham.org.uk/

  23. David Lewis Centre for Epilepsy, The
    Care for adults and children suffering from severe epilepsy and associated problems. Services are available to clients from all parts of Britain and abroad.
    http://www.davidlewis.org.uk/

  24. www.cornwallblind.org.uk
    UK registered charity which assists blind, partially sighted who are resident in Cornwall.
    http://www.cornwallblind.org.uk/

  25. Medinfo Peptic Ulcer
    Information for patients including symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment and prevention.
    http://www.medinfo.c...epticulcer.html

  26. www.downs-syndrome-london.org.uk
    Support group for parents and carers of people with Down's Syndrome.
    http://www.downs-syn...-london.org.uk/

  27. NetDoctor
    Facts about eosinophilia including what it is, how and when it occurs, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
    http://www.netdoctor...osinophilia.htm

  28. The National Deaf Children's Society
    NDCS works in the UK with deaf children and their families to ensure they get the best possible start in life.
    http://www.ndcs.org.uk/

  29. www.stophairlossnow.co.uk
    Information on hairloss and thinning hair as well as treatment details including propecia and minoxidil.
    http://www.stophairlossnow.co.uk/

  30. Medinfo for patients Osteoarthritis
    Easy to understand information on osteoarthritis osteoarthrosis , a common condition, affecting the joints, often described as wear and tear arthritis. Includes symptoms, causes, treatment, and links to further information. Written by a UK general practitioner.
    http://www.medinfo.c...oarthritis.html

  31. www.bhf.org.uk
    Uk charity providing information on, and promoting research into, heart disease. Publications can be ordered but are not provided online.
    http://www.bhf.org.uk/

  32. Westcountry Case Management
    Advocacy and management service for people with brain injury or neurological impairment in SouthWest UK residential, rehabilitation, or community settings. Member of British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers.
    http://www.westcount...nagement.co.uk/

  33. STEPS
    A UK organisation that offers information, as well as running support groups and a contact register.
    http://www.steps-charity.org.uk/

  34. www.rosacea.co.uk
    Find out about treatments for rosacea including vascular laser, Photoderm and ETS and how people respond to them. Facility to add your own treatment reports.
    http://www.rosacea.co.uk/

  35. Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust
    Provides post-acute holistic treatment and support through long-term rehabilitation facilities, transitional living units, supported housing, and community outreach services throughout the UK.
    http://www.birt.co.uk/

  36. Medinfo Coeliac disease
    Easy to understand summary of coeliac disease, a condition caused by an inability to digest gluten. Written by a UK general practitioner.
    http://www.medinfo.c...ns/coeliac.html

  37. Peartree House
    Center specializing in long and short-term individualized treatment of younger people with an acquired brain injury. A team of specialists offer occupational, physical, psychological, speech, and recreational rehabilitation, along with community and independent living skills. Located in Southampton, UK.
    http://www.peartreerehab.co.uk/

  38. The Ileostomy and Internal Pouch Support Group
    Primary aim is to help people who have to undergo surgery which involves the removal of their colon, colectomy, and the creation of either an ileostomy or an ileo-anal pouch.
    http://www.the-ia.org.uk/

  39. Softley
    Presents information about cerebral palsy, living with a disability, and Robert Softley's life.
    http://www.softley.co.uk/

  40. Samantha Dickson Research Trust
    Support Group and advice on brain tumours.
    http://www.sdrt.co.uk/

  41. Epilepsy Action Scotland
    Provides general information about epilepsy. Campaigns for more epilepsy services across Scotland and offers addresses of branches and support.
    http://www.epilepsyscotland.org.uk/

  42. www.dystonia.co.uk
    Information about the organization which promotes medical and patient education about movement disorders. Includes a newsletter, publications, definitions and links.
    http://www.dystonia.co.uk/

  43. www.b-i-r-d.org.uk
    BIRD offers a pioneering treatment approach to those suffering from all forms of brain injury, and with persons having minor central nervous system dysfunctions.
    http://www.b-i-r-d.org.uk/

  44. Bobath Centre
    Describes the Bobath approach to treatment, lists affiliated treatment centers, and provides information and resources.
    http://www.bobath.org.uk/

  45. United Kingdom Acquired Brain Injury Forum UKABIF
    Promotes understanding of all aspects of Acquired Brain Injury and provides expert input to UK policy makers by setting up working parties and conferences to discuss any aspect of acquired brain injury. The Forum addresses medical, social welfare, education, housing, vocational, financial, legal, and other issues in which brain injured people and their carers require representation.
    http://www.ukabif.org.uk/

  46. www.sauk.org.uk
    UK based independent support group.
    http://www.sauk.org.uk/

  47. The Coeliac Society
    Information and support for sufferers of coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. A UK charity.
    http://www.coeliac.co.uk/

  48. Positive East
    Advice, advocacy and support for people living with and affected by HIV in east London. Gay men and African groups, welfare rights and housing, money advice and complementary therapy. Volunteer services.
    http://www.positiveeast.org.uk/

  49. Breakthrough Breast Cancer
    Cards, casual fashion and Wicked Women merchandise to order from London charity supporting cancer research.
    http://www.breakthrough.org.uk/

  50. HiYPE
    News, opinions, events and social information for all hard of hearing and deaf individuals in the United Kingdom who primarily use oral communication.
    http://www.hiype.org.uk/