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Winter wise - ways to look after yourself during the coldest months

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Maximum Order: 10

Series : Advice and support for older age

Published : October 2017
Page Length : 24
Format : Booklet A5
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Independent Age

Winter can bring extra challenges. Dark evenings and icy pavements can make it hard to get out, while cold weather can make us vulnerable to illness. It's not just severe weather that can cause problems - even average winter temperatures can affect our health. This guide has tips on staying healthy and safe, as well as information about the help available with higher winter fuel costs. It's a good idea to think about things in advance so that someone is prepared for when the weather turns chilly.


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