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Public Health England Jan 16
Every year tens of thousands of people across the UK die from conditions that can be linked to cold weather. With the forecasting a drop in temperature, we need to help those most vulnerable to the cold:
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Isle of Wight CCG 23m
Brrrr… it's still chilly out there! If you're out and about don't forget to wear lots of layers – clothes made from cotton, wool or fleecy fibres are especially good for helping to maintain body heat
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Managing your long-term condition doesn’t have to be difficult. Expert Patient Programme is running in Folkestone from Monday 28 January. To book a place, call 0300 123 1220 and choose option 5.
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University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust 3m
If you start to feel unwell with a winter illness, even if its just a cough or cold, speak to your local pharmacist before it gets more serious. They are here to help you. Don't wait until it gets worse. this winter
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WISH Herefordshire 9m
Feeling a bit under the weather? Why not visit your local pharmacist; they’re professionally trained and can help with many minor illnesses. It's quick, easy and you don’t need an appointment! 👍🏻 Find your nearest pharmacy at
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NHS Oxfordshire CCG 7m
Don't struggle with Blue Monday, find out more about TalkingSpace Plus to help you with proven psychological treatments. It's a free NHS service in Oxfordshire where you can easily refer yourself via
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QA Hospital News Jan 17
Our Emergency Department provides emergency care for patients with issues such as chest pains, breathing problems, abdominal pains, burns, unconsciousness and major trauma
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DCHS NHS FT 33m
It’s not too late to get your flu vaccination! If you’ve left it later than usual, you can book yours today and protect yourself and loved ones from spending days in bed.
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Lena Samuels 7m
to Stay Well This Winter by checking in guidance on where and how to access the right care for you
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Public Health England Jan 17
outbreaks are more common this time of year. But don't worry, it is easy to identify and treat at home. Watch this video for more information and take a look at the NHS website:
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Royal Surrey 1h
Visit a walk-in centre, minor injuries unit or urgent care centre if you have a minor illness or injury (cuts, sprains or rashes) and it can’t wait until your GP surgery is open
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TWB Staffs & Stoke 2h
Feeling under the weather, but not enough to see the GP? Your local pharmacist is available to offer advice and support for minor health concerns. To find your nearest pharmacy, visit:
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Morecambe Bay CCG 48m
injections protect you against catching flu. This is especially important for people who have a . They are more likely than others to get seriously ill if they have the flu. Read more about having a flu jab here:
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IpswichESuffolkCCG 40m
Not feeling so well this chilly Monday? Pop to your local pharmacy for some friendly help and advice - you don't need an appointment to speak with the pharmacist.
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WestSuffolkCCG 2h
Can't make it to a GP appointment during office hours? The Suffolk GP+ service offers doctors' appointments in the evenings and at weekends - ask the receptionist at your own GP practice during its usual opening hours.
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Victory Housing 3h
Be ... ❄️ Wet and icy weather can be challenging, stay safe!
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Wolverhampton CCG 4h
If you're worried about a relative or elderly neighbour in the cold weather spell, contact your local council or call the Age UK helpline on 0800 678 1174 (8am-7pm every day).
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MFT NHS 4h
Today is Blue Monday. If you’re feeling down in the dumps with the January blues, there’s a wide range of videos and tools you can use to boost your mood:
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NHS Nottingham City CCG 21h
Did you know that Urgent Care Centres can treat urgent, but not life-threatening, illnesses and injuries? They can treat sprains, minor burns and fractures.
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EPUT 23h
Are you or is a loved one feeling unwell? NHS111 has trained medical advisors ready to help you with your urgent medical needs.
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