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NHS APIs Health A-Z API

Content from the NHS website Health A to Z. Includes information and advice about hundreds of conditions, symptoms and treatments. This content is available as whole web pages, as well as some smaller, more specific sections (modules).

This API is accessed through HTTP and returns data in a JSON format.

Base URL

All requests to this API should start with the following base URL:

https://api.nhs.uk/conditions

Authentication and Headers

Your request must include a subscription-key header with a valid subscription key.

Header key Header value
subscription‑key

Login or register to get an API key to use this API

Endpoints

An endpoint is added to the base URL to create the full request URL. Some APIs have more than 1 type of endpoint you can use.

Health topic

Includes information and advice about hundreds of conditions, symptoms and treatments. This content is available as whole web pages, as well as some smaller, more specific sections (modules).

Endpoint

GET /*

Parameters

Name Type Required Allowed Default Description
modules
query
boolean Displays only the modules for a health topic when available. Available options: true, false. Default false.

Responses

200 - Successful response for a health topic

{
  "@context": "http://schema.org",
  "@type": "MedicalWebPage",
  "name": "Cold sores",
  "copyrightHolder": {
    "name": "Crown Copyright",
    "@type": "Organization"
  },
  "license": "https://developer.api.nhs.uk/terms",
  "author": {
    "url": "https://www.nhs.uk",
    "logo": "https://www.nhs.uk/nhscwebservices/documents/logo1.jpg",
    "email": "nhswebsite.servicedesk@nhs.net",
    "@type": "Organization",
    "name": "NHS website"
  },
  "about": {
    "@type": "MedicalCondition",
    "name": "Cold sores",
    "alternateName": []
  },
  "description": "Cold sores are common and usually clear up on their own within 10 days. They're contagious until they go away.",
  "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/",
  "lastReviewed": [
    "2017-07-04T17:54:00+00:00",
    "2020-07-04T17:54:00+00:00"
  ],
  "breadcrumb": {
    "@context": "http://schema.org",
    "@type": "BreadcrumbList",
    "itemListElement": [
      {
        "@type": "ListItem",
        "position": 0,
        "item": {
          "@id": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/",
          "name": "Health A to Z",
          "genre": "condition"
        }
      },
      {
        "@type": "ListItem",
        "position": 1,
        "item": {
          "@id": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/",
          "name": "Cold sores",
          "genre": "condition"
        }
      }
    ]
  },
  "dateModified": "2020-02-04T18:50:05+00:00",
  "genre": "condition",
  "hasPart": [
    {
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "name": "overview",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/#overview",
      "description": "",
      "text": "<p>A cold sore usually starts with a tingling, itching or burning feeling. Over the next day or 2, a painful lump or blister will appear on your face.</p><p>Treatments for cold sores include antiviral creams and cold sore patches you can get from a pharmacy.</p><p></p><p></p>"
    },
    {
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "name": "symptoms",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/#symptoms",
      "description": "A cold sore usually starts with a tingling, itching or burning feeling. Over the next day or 2, a painful lump or blister will appear on your face.",
      "text": "<p>A cold sore usually starts with a tingling, itching or burning feeling.</p><p><b>Over the next 48 hours:</b></p>    <p><img  alt=\"Cold sores 1\" height=\"426\" src=\"https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/M1700345-Herpes_Cold_Sore-SPL.width-640.jpg\" width=\"640\" alt=\"Cold sore on lower lip\"/><br/>Small fluid-filled blisters appear.</p>    <p><img  alt=\"Cold sore 3\" height=\"426\" src=\"https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/C0144603-Cold_sore-SPL.width-640.jpg\" width=\"640\" alt=\"Cold sore on face just below the nose\"/><br/>The blisters can appear anywhere on the face.</p>    <p><img  alt=\"Cold sores 2\" height=\"426\" src=\"https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/C0263434-Cold_sores-SPL.width-640.jpg\" width=\"640\" alt=\"old sore on lower lip that has become a scabBurst c\"/><br/>The blisters burst and crust over into a scab.</p><p>Cold sores should start to heal within 10 days, but are contagious and may be irritating or painful while they heal.</p><p>Some people find that certain things trigger a cold sore, such as another illness, sunshine or periods.</p>",
      "title": "Check if it's a cold sore"
    },
    {
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "name": "treatments_overview",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/#treatments-summary",
      "description": "Treatments for cold sores include antiviral creams and cold sore patches you can get from a pharmacy.",
      "text": "",
      "title": ""
    },
    {
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "name": "self_care",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/#self-care",
      "description": "",
      "text": "<p>Cold sores take time to heal and they're very contagious, especially when the blisters burst.</p><h3>Important</h3><p>Do not kiss babies if you have a cold sore. It can lead to <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/neonatal-herpes/\">neonatal herpes</a>, which is very dangerous to newborn babies.</p><br/><h3>Do</h3><ul>    <li><p>eat cool, soft foods</p></li>    <li><p>wash your hands with soap and water before and after applying cream</p></li>    <li><p>avoid anything that triggers your cold sores</p></li>    <li><p>use sunblock lip balm (SPF 15 or above) if sunshine is the trigger</p></li>    <li><p>take <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/paracetamol/\">paracetamol</a> or <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/ibuprofen/\">ibuprofen</a> to ease pain and swelling (liquid paracetamol is available for children) – do not give aspirin to children under 16</p></li>    <li><p>drink plenty of fluids to avoid <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/dehydration/\">dehydration</a></p></li></ul><br/><h3>Don't</h3><ul>    <li><p>do not kiss anyone while you have a cold sore</p></li>    <li><p>do not share anything that comes into contact with a cold sore (such as cold sore creams, cutlery or lipstick)</p></li>    <li><p>do not have oral sex until your cold sore completely heals – the cold sore virus also causes <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/genital-herpes/\">genital herpes</a></p></li>    <li><p>do not touch your cold sore (apart from applying cream)</p></li>    <li><p>do not rub cream into the cold sore – dab it on instead</p></li>    <li><p>do not eat acidic or salty food</p></li></ul>",
      "title": "Things you can do yourself"
    },
    {
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "name": "other_treatments",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/#treatments-other",
      "description": "",
      "text": "<p>A GP may prescribe antiviral tablets if your cold sores are very large, painful or keep coming back.</p><p>Newborn babies, pregnant women and people with a weakened immune system may be referred to hospital for advice or treatment.</p>",
      "title": "Treatment from a GP"
    }
  ],
  "relatedLink": [
    {
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/cold-sores/",
      "linkRelationship": "Navigation",
      "position": 0,
      "name": "Cold sores"
    }
  ],
  "keywords": [
    "Cold sores",
    "Genital herpes"
  ],
  "interactionStatistic": [
    {
      "interactionService": {
        "url": "<img style='border: 0; width: 1px; height: 1px;' alt='' src='https://statse.webtrendslive.com/dcs2221tai1ckz5huxw0mfq86_1m2w/njs.gif?dcsuri=conditions/cold-sores/&wt.cg_n=Syndication&wt.cg_s=Conditions&synduserid=56dda0792399060e5876b61c&syndreviewdate=21-07-2020T16:14'/> <img style='border: 0; width: 1px; height: 1px;' alt='' src='https://nhsdigital.d3.sc.omtrdc.net/b/ss/nhsuk-prod/1/JS-2.9.0-L8UK/654321?c27=56dda0792399060e5876b61c&c28=conditions/cold-sores/&c29=Conditions&c75=web&events=event23'/>",
        "@type": "Website",
        "name": "Webtrends tracking pixel"
      },
      "@type": "InteractionCounter"
    }
  ],
  "mainEntityOfPage": [
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 0,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<p><b>Cold sores are common and usually clear up on their own within 10 days. But there are things you can do to help ease the pain.</b></p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 1,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "Check if it's a cold sore",
      "text": "Symptoms",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<p>A cold sore usually starts with a tingling, itching or burning feeling.</p><p><b>Over the next 48 hours:</b></p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        },
        {
          "position": 1,
          "identifier": "13",
          "@type": "ImageObject",
          "name": "Cold sore on lower lip",
          "url": "https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/M1700345-Herpes_Cold_Sore-SPL.max-600x600.jpg",
          "provider": "Science Photo Library",
          "license": "SCIENCE SOURCE/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY\r\n\r\nhttps://www.sciencephoto.com/media/257566/view",
          "datePublished": "2017-06-15T08:28:15+00:00",
          "keywords": [
            "Cold sores",
            "herpes",
            "cold sore",
            "herpes mouth"
          ]
        },
        {
          "position": 2,
          "identifier": "13",
          "@type": "ImageObject",
          "name": "Cold sore on face just below the nose",
          "url": "https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/C0144603-Cold_sore-SPL.max-600x600.jpg",
          "provider": "Science Photo Library",
          "license": "PAN XUNBIN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY\r\n\r\nhttps://www.sciencephoto.com/media/479137/view",
          "datePublished": "2017-06-15T08:28:15+00:00",
          "keywords": [
            "cold sore",
            "Herpes simplex virus"
          ]
        },
        {
          "position": 3,
          "identifier": "13",
          "@type": "ImageObject",
          "name": "old sore on lower lip that has become a scabBurst c",
          "url": "https://assets.nhs.uk/prod/images/C0263434-Cold_sores-SPL.max-600x600.jpg",
          "provider": "Science Photo Library",
          "license": "DR P. MARAZZI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY\r\n\r\nhttps://www.sciencephoto.com/media/683456/view",
          "datePublished": "2017-06-15T08:28:15+00:00",
          "keywords": [
            "cold sore"
          ]
        },
        {
          "position": 4,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<p>Cold sores should start to heal within 10 days, but are contagious and may be irritating or painful while they heal.</p><p>Some people find that certain things trigger a cold sore, such as another illness, sunshine or periods.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 2,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Reveal",
          "subjectOf": "When it's not a cold sore",
          "identifier": "11",
          "mainEntity": [
            {
              "position": 0,
              "@type": "WebPageElement",
              "name": "Table",
              "identifier": "21",
              "text": "<table>\n<thead>\n<tr>\n  <th>Symptoms</th>\n  <th>Possible cause</th>\n</tr>\n</thead>\n<tbody>\n<tr>\n  <td>Painful red spot on the face filled with pus</td>\n  <td>Spot or <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/boils/\">boil</a></td>\n</tr>\n<tr>\n  <td>Blister on the lip or inside the mouth</td>\n  <td><a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/mouth-ulcers/\">Mouth ulcer</a></td>\n</tr>\n<tr>\n  <td>Red sores or blisters on the face that become crusty, golden-brown patches</td>\n  <td><a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/impetigo/\">Impetigo</a></td>\n</tr>\n</tbody>\n</table>\n"
            }
          ]
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 3,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<h2>How long cold sores are contagious</h2><p>Cold sores are contagious from the moment you first feel tingling or other signs of a cold sore coming on to when the cold sore has completely healed.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 4,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "How a pharmacist can help",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<h2>A pharmacist can help with cold sores</h2><p>A pharmacist can recommend:</p><ul><li>creams to ease pain and irritation</li><li>antiviral creams to speed up healing time</li><li>cold sore patches to protect the skin while it heals</li></ul><p>You can buy electronic devices from pharmacies that treat cold sores with light or lasers.</p><p>Some people find these helpful, but there have not been many studies to find out if they work.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        },
        {
          "position": 1,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Information",
          "identifier": "3",
          "text": "<p>If you regularly get cold sores, use antiviral creams as soon as you recognise the early tingling feeling. They do not always work after blisters appear.</p>"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 5,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Find a service",
          "identifier": "2",
          "text": "<p><a href=\"https://beta.nhs.uk/find-a-pharmacy/\">Find a pharmacy</a></p>\n"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 6,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": []
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 7,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "Things you can do yourself",
      "text": "Things you can try",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<p>Cold sores take time to heal and they&#x27;re very contagious, especially when the blisters burst.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        },
        {
          "position": 1,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Callout",
          "identifier": "4",
          "text": "<h3>Important</h3><p>Do not kiss babies if you have a cold sore. It can lead to <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/neonatal-herpes/\">neonatal herpes</a>, which is very dangerous to newborn babies.</p>"
        },
        {
          "position": 2,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Do/Don't",
          "identifier": "9",
          "text": "<div><h3>Do</h3><ul><li><p>eat cool, soft foods</p></li><li><p>wash your hands with soap and water before and after applying cream</p></li><li><p>avoid anything that triggers your cold sores</p></li><li><p>use sunblock lip balm (SPF 15 or above) if sunshine is the trigger</p></li><li><p>take <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/paracetamol/\">paracetamol</a> or <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/ibuprofen/\">ibuprofen</a> to ease pain and swelling (liquid paracetamol is available for children) – do not give aspirin to children under 16</p></li><li><p>drink plenty of fluids to avoid <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/dehydration/\">dehydration</a></p></li></ul></div>"
        },
        {
          "position": 3,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Do/Don't",
          "identifier": "9",
          "text": "<div><h3>Don't</h3><ul><li><p>do not kiss anyone while you have a cold sore</p></li><li><p>do not share anything that comes into contact with a cold sore (such as cold sore creams, cutlery or lipstick)</p></li><li><p>do not have oral sex until your cold sore completely heals – the cold sore virus also causes <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/genital-herpes/\">genital herpes</a></p></li><li><p>do not touch your cold sore (apart from applying cream)</p></li><li><p>do not rub cream into the cold sore – dab it on instead</p></li><li><p>do not eat acidic or salty food</p></li></ul></div>"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 8,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "When to get medical help",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "Primary care",
          "identifier": "5",
          "text": "<h3>See a GP if:</h3><div class=\"block-richtext\"><ul><li>the cold sore has not started to heal within 10 days</li><li>you&#x27;re worried about a cold sore or think it&#x27;s something else</li><li>the cold sore is very large or painful</li><li>you or your child also have swollen, painful gums and sores in the mouth (gingivostomatitis)</li><li>you&#x27;re pregnant – there&#x27;s an increased risk of <a href=\"https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/neonatal-herpes/\">neonatal herpes</a></li><li>you have a weakened immune system – for example, because of chemotherapy or diabetes</li></ul></div>"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 9,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "Treatment from a GP",
      "text": "Treatment from a GP",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<p>A GP may prescribe antiviral tablets if your cold sores are very large, painful or keep coming back.</p><p>Newborn babies, pregnant women and people with a weakened immune system may be referred to hospital for advice or treatment.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 10,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "Causes",
      "mainEntityOfPage": [
        {
          "position": 0,
          "identifier": "1",
          "text": "<h2>Why cold sores come back</h2><p>Cold sores are caused by a virus called herpes simplex.</p><p>Once you have the virus, it stays in your skin for the rest of your life. Sometimes it causes a cold sore.</p><p>Most people are exposed to the virus when they&#x27;re young after close contact with someone who has a cold sore.</p><p>It does not usually cause any symptoms until you&#x27;re older. You will not know if it&#x27;s in your skin unless you get a cold sore.</p>",
          "@type": "WebPageElement",
          "name": "markdown"
        }
      ]
    },
    {
      "identifier": "0",
      "name": "section heading",
      "position": 11,
      "@type": "WebPageElement",
      "headline": "",
      "text": "",
      "mainEntityOfPage": []
    }
  ]
}

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Health A-Z index

Lists hundreds of condition, symptom and treatment topics featured within the NHS website Health A-Z.

Endpoint

GET /

Parameters

Name Type Required Allowed Default Description
startDate
query
string YYYY-MM-DD - Filters conditions which are equal or greater than the startDate based on the orderBy parameter.
endDate
query
string YYYY-MM-DD - Filters conditions which are equal or less than the endDate based on the orderBy parameter.
order
query
string Order by newest or oldest relating to the orderBy parameter.
page
query
integer Page number
category
query
string Filters the conditions by A-Z. There is no limit to the results when you use this which means this is the easiest way to list all items as it only requires 26 calls to list all topics.
topic
query
string Filters conditions by keywords. Use a comma separated value to list multiple or statements. Eg. cancer, digestive disorders
orderBy
query
string The values works alongside the startDate, endDate and orderBy parameters but they are not required. Available values include: dateModified, lastReviewed and nextReview. If datePublished is selected without the other parameters then it will show 25 items ordered by the newest date.
synonyms
query
boolean false, true false Includes synonyms eg. will also include "Abdominal aortic aneurysm" as well as "AAA".
genre
query
string Filters by condition, guide or hub.
childArticles
query
boolean false, true Includes child pages of a topic within the results under the property subjectOf.
status
query
string Available values: all, published or unpublished. The default is published.

Responses

200 - Successful response for the health A-Z index.

{
  "@context": "http://schema.org",
  "@type": "SearchResultsPage",
  "name": "Health A to Z",
  "copyrightHolder": {
    "name": "Crown Copyright",
    "@type": "Organization"
  },
  "license": "https://developer.api.nhs.uk/terms",
  "author": {
    "url": "https://www.nhs.uk",
    "logo": "https://www.nhs.uk/nhscwebservices/documents/logo1.jpg",
    "email": "nhswebsite.servicedesk@nhs.net",
    "@type": "Organization",
    "name": "NHS website"
  },
  "about": {
    "@type": "WebPage",
    "name": "Health A to Z"
  },
  "description": "",
  "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/",
  "breadcrumb": {
    "@context": "http://schema.org",
    "@type": "BreadcrumbList",
    "itemListElement": [
      {
        "@type": "ListItem",
        "position": 0,
        "item": {
          "@id": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/",
          "name": "Health A to Z",
          "genre": "condition"
        }
      }
    ]
  },
  "interactionStatistic": [
    {
      "interactionService": {
        "url": "<img style='border: 0; width: 1px; height: 1px;' alt='' src='https://statse.webtrendslive.com/dcs2221tai1ckz5huxw0mfq86_1m2w/njs.gif?dcsuri=conditions/&wt.cg_n=Syndication&wt.cg_s=Conditions&synduserid=56dda0792399060e5876b61c&syndreviewdate=21-07-2020T16:11'/> <img style='border: 0; width: 1px; height: 1px;' alt='' src='https://nhsdigital.d3.sc.omtrdc.net/b/ss/nhsuk-prod/1/JS-2.9.0-L8UK/654321?c27=56dda0792399060e5876b61c&c28=conditions/&c29=Conditions&c75=web&events=event23'/>",
        "@type": "Website",
        "name": "Webtrends tracking pixel"
      },
      "@type": "InteractionCounter"
    }
  ],
  "genre": "condition",
  "significantLink": [
    {
      "description": "Acanthosis nigricans is the term for darkened, thickened patches of skin in the armpit and around the groin and neck. Find out about the main causes and treatments.",
      "linkRelationship": "Result",
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "articleStatus": "published",
      "mainEntityOfPage": {
        "@type": "MedicalWebPage",
        "genre": "condition",
        "datePublished": "2017-10-24T08:48:21+00:00",
        "dateModified": "2018-10-03T19:55:46+00:00",
        "lastReviewed": [
          "2018-04-23T00:00:00+00:00",
          "2021-04-23T00:00:00+00:00"
        ],
        "reviewDue": "2021-04-23T00:00:00+00:00",
        "keywords": [
          "Cushing's syndrome",
          "Groin",
          "Obesity",
          "Weight gain",
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          "Crohn's disease",
          "Ulcerative colitis"
        ],
        "alternateName": [
          "Proctalgia"
        ],
        "code": [
          {
            "@type": "MedicalCode",
            "codeValue": "",
            "codingSystem": "SNOMED-CT"
          }
        ]
      },
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/anal-pain/",
      "name": "Anal pain"
    },
    {
      "description": "Read about Angelman syndrome, a genetic disorder that affects the nervous system and causes severe physical and intellectual disability",
      "linkRelationship": "Result",
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "articleStatus": "published",
      "mainEntityOfPage": {
        "@type": "MedicalWebPage",
        "genre": "condition",
        "datePublished": "2017-10-17T16:28:17+00:00",
        "dateModified": "2020-02-28T11:53:39+00:00",
        "lastReviewed": [
          "2019-09-30T00:00:00+00:00",
          "2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00"
        ],
        "reviewDue": "2022-09-30T00:00:00+00:00",
        "keywords": [
          "Disability (living with)"
        ],
        "code": [
          {
            "@type": "MedicalCode",
            "codeValue": "",
            "codingSystem": "SNOMED-CT"
          }
        ]
      },
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/angelman-syndrome/",
      "name": "Angelman syndrome"
    },
    {
      "description": "Read about what to do if you have been bitten by an animal or person, what treatment you may need, and how to reduce your chances of being bitten.",
      "linkRelationship": "Result",
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "articleStatus": "published",
      "mainEntityOfPage": {
        "@type": "MedicalWebPage",
        "genre": "condition",
        "datePublished": "2017-10-17T15:53:13+00:00",
        "dateModified": "2019-11-04T11:20:42+00:00",
        "lastReviewed": [
          "2019-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
          "2022-01-11T00:00:00+00:00"
        ],
        "reviewDue": "2022-01-11T00:00:00+00:00",
        "keywords": [],
        "alternateName": [
          "Bite (animal or human)"
        ],
        "code": [
          {
            "@type": "MedicalCode",
            "codeValue": "",
            "codingSystem": "SNOMED-CT"
          }
        ]
      },
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/animal-and-human-bites/",
      "name": "Animal and human bites"
    },
    {
      "description": "Anosmia is the medical term for loss of the sense of smell. It's usually caused by a nasal condition or brain injury, but some people are born without a sense of smell (congenital anosmia)",
      "linkRelationship": "Result",
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "articleStatus": "published",
      "mainEntityOfPage": {
        "@type": "MedicalWebPage",
        "genre": "condition",
        "datePublished": "2017-10-17T15:57:59+00:00",
        "dateModified": "2018-10-05T13:43:55+00:00",
        "lastReviewed": [
          "2015-02-11T00:00:00+00:00",
          "2018-02-01T00:00:00+00:00"
        ],
        "reviewDue": "2018-02-01T00:00:00+00:00",
        "keywords": [
          "Colds",
          "Cushing's syndrome",
          "Stroke",
          "Kidney disease",
          "Schizophrenia",
          "Hay fever",
          "Epilepsy",
          "Diabetes",
          "Parkinson's disease",
          "Underactive thyroid",
          "Nose",
          "Rhinitis",
          "Vitamin B12 deficiency",
          "Liver",
          "Alzheimer's disease"
        ],
        "code": [
          {
            "@type": "MedicalCode",
            "codeValue": "",
            "codingSystem": "SNOMED-CT"
          }
        ]
      },
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/anosmia/",
      "name": "Anosmia"
    }
  ],
  "relatedLink": [
    {
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/?page=1",
      "name": "First Page",
      "description": "Link to First Page",
      "linkRelationship": "Pagination"
    },
    {
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/?page=40",
      "name": "Last Page",
      "description": "Link to Last Page",
      "linkRelationship": "Pagination"
    },
    {
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/",
      "name": "Self",
      "description": "Link to nhs.uk Page",
      "linkRelationship": "Self"
    },
    {
      "@type": "LinkRole",
      "url": "https://api.nhs.uk/conditions/?page=2",
      "name": "Next Page",
      "description": "Link to Next Page",
      "linkRelationship": "Pagination"
    }
  ]
}

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Content supplied by the NHS website logo

The logo should be clearly visible and in line with the associated content on every web page that contains the syndicated content. You should also link this logo to the relevant page on the NHS website that the content has been supplied from. This URL is supplied as part of the feed under author:

"author": {
  "url": "https://www.nhs.uk",
  "logo": "https://www.nhs.uk/nhscwebservices/documents/logo1.jpg",
  "email": "nhswebsite.servicedesk@nhs.net",
  "@type": "Organization",
  "name": "NHS website"
}

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From www.nhs.uk

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