Plants to be aware of if you are prone to allergies and hay fever
Spanish gardening problems, Olives and conifers have surprisingly high pollen counts Many of those moving out here and gardening for the first time in Spain may not be aware of the increased risks of allergies and hay fever when planting certain types of plants in their domestic environments. The southern regions and provinces of Spain have particularly high pollen counts, and the highest allergy rates in Spain, and Murcia tops the league table..

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Hospitals, Region of Murcia
All major hospitals have A&E Emergency Departments Listed below are all the public hospitals in the Region of Murcia which have full Emergency services cover, plus two of the more widely used private hospitals, to which expats are often referred for tests. Click on the links for full details and maps. Doctors and medical centres are also posted in the Business Directory, located at the top of the advertising column on every page. Cartagena..

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EHIC, TSE, SIP, S1
Vital documents to obtain healthcare cover in Spain EHICs, SIPs and TSEs Ensuring you have access to health care is one of the most important priorities for anyone moving to, or even visiting Spain. There is a lot of confusion around entitlements to cards and what can be accessed with which card. There are two different issues: temporary care for holidaymakers, be they English nationals now resident in Spain and travelling back to the UK for..

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24 hour pharmacies rota, Region of Murcia
24 hour pharmacy rotas Costa Cálida Useful websites  A situation in which some of us may find ourselves is needing urgent medication in the middle of the night. The College of Pharmacists in the Region of Murcia posts "Pharmacias de Guardia" overnight pharmacies on its website. To use, select the municipality or specific town in which you are looking, ie Torre Pacheco, or Cartagena. ( Elija municipio) To only see the overnight..

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