Winter can be seriously bad for our health and a challenging time for the NHS, particularly urgent and emergency care services.

A joint national initiative from NHS England and Public Health England called Stay Well This Winter, started in October to help people aged 65 or over, those with long-term health conditions, pregnant women and parents of children aged two, three and four and in school years 1 and 2 stay well this winter.
 
The campaign is not about preventing those that need urgent care from going to hospital, 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.
Flu vaccinationKeep warmAsk your pharmacistIs your medicine cabinet ready for the winter?Look out for other peopleHere to help you stay well this winter Register with your local GP surgery
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