Health service flooded with people who overateeggs
The health service in the United Kingdom is overstretched to treat with people who indulged in overeating Easter eggs.
The A&E department was overstretched for treating people who had more than enough eggs during the Easter holiday. Officials said that the department had one of the busiest weekends of the year. One of the hospitals was even forced to send people away, who had over-eaten Easter eggs.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust posted on Facebook urging people, who over-ate Easter eggs, to seek help from people. The hospital wrote, "Believe it or not, we do have people coming into A&E with stomach aches caused by over-indulgence. If you've had one too many Easter eggs and a big Sunday dinner, you're likely to feel better after a rest at home and drinking plenty of water.Some pharmacies are open this evening if you do require indigestion or other remedies for stomach problems.Please help us to keep A&E free for emergencies."
Dr Chris Moulton, who is the vice president of the Royal College of Emergency Medicine, has said that the health service will be over stretched and it will be difficult for the service to work smoothly.
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