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Series : Stay well this winter

Published : October 2015
Page Length : 8
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Public Health England

Some important information from the NHS to help people to stay well this winter. This leaflet can be shared but aims to help those that are most vulnerable to falling seriously ill with winter ailments avoid needing hospital treatment by providing simple advice to protect them. Advice includes:getting a flu vaccination, heat the home to at least 18 degrees C (65f), if possible, seeking immediate advice and help from a pharmacist as soon as someone feels unwell (before it gets too serious), keeping an eye on elderly or frail friends, neighbours and relatives, getting prescriptions before Christmas Eve and taking prescribed medicines as directed.