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We’re responsible for buying or ‘commissioning’ services such as hospital care and redesigning existing care so patients receive better treatment closer to home
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LB Bexley 4h
☀️ Heatwave warning! ☀️ The Met office have issued a level 2 alert and suggest that temperatures over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday are likely to be over 30+ degrees in an around Bexley. Tips to stay safe in the sun
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NHS 8h
An amber heatwave warning has been issued by . Try to avoid spending extended periods in the sun this week. Also, be aware that vulnerable people are at increased risk of health issues.
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NHSBexleyCCG 10h
As the heatwave approaches ensure that babies, 👶children 👧or elderly people 👵👴are not left alone in stationary cars. 🚗
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NHS London 11h
Getting active can reduce your fatigue, decrease , lift your mood and increase your overall health. Any type of is useful so choose something that you enjoy!
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NHS London Jul 21
Stressed? Anxious? Constant low mood? The Moodzone is here to help. It offers practical advice, interactive tools, videos and audio guides to help you feel mentally and emotionally better.
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NHS Jul 20
Those struggling with stress, anxiety or depression can refer themselves directly to a psychological therapies service without needing to see a GP. Get started here:
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NHSBexleyCCG Jul 19
As the heat wave hits the UK next week keep an eye on isolated, elderly, ill or very young people and make sure they are able to keep cool. 🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞🌞
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NHSBexleyCCG Jul 19
In the 2019 GP patient survey 9 out of 10 people in , who completed the survey, rated their receptionist as 'HELPFUL'. Well done to all the receptionists out there.
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NHSBexleyCCG Jul 19
Sitting for long periods is thought to slow the metabolism, which affects the body's ability to regulate blood sugar, blood pressure and break down body fat.
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Healthwatch Greenwich Jul 19
Have your say in the future of the NHS in at 's Long Term Plan consultation event on TUESDAY 23RD JULY at Charlton House!
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PHE London region Jul 19
Festivals provide the sort of environment where measles can spread rapidly. We’re encouraging people to check with their GP that they have had two doses of MMR. Stay safe and
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NHS England Jul 19
Hole in the heart - or Patent Foramen Ovale (PFO) - is a common condition which can trigger strokes. Yesterday, we announced a new procedure to tackle it. Learn more about it here:
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PHE London region Jul 19
Last week announced the roll out of the HPV vaccine to boys. Great news for future generations.
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Lakeside Health Centre Jul 18
. Fridays - 14:00-17:00. can cause disease by damaging your airways and the small air sacs (alveoli) found in your lungs. Lung diseases caused by smoking include ,…
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NHS London Jul 19
Feel like you're drinking a bit too much? Realising you have a problem with is the first big step to getting help. Read guidelines on staying in control and where to find alcohol support if you need it:
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Public Health England Jul 18
Increasing physical activity has the potential to improve the physical & mental health of individuals, families, communities and the nation as a whole. Check out the guidance, helping professionals embed physical activity into daily life:
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NHSBexleyCCG Jul 18
It's impossible to think clearly when you're flooded with fear or anxiety. The first thing to do is take time out so you can physically calm down. Distract yourself from the worry for 15 minutes by going for a walk, making a cup of tea or having a bath.
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NHS London Jul 18
School's nearly out, which means it's holiday time! Don't let painful sunburn ruin your break. Check out our top tips for keeping little ones safe in the sun 🌞:
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YoungMinds Jul 18
"We all experience grief differently when someone passes away. But sometimes you can experience grief when the person it concerns is still alive."
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NHS Jul 18
To stay healthy, adults aged 19 to 64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity and strength exercises on 2 or more days a week. Our page has advice to help you achieve those targets:
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