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Hand wash

Clean hands help reduce the spread of germs 

Worcestershire residents are being reminded of the importance of thoroughly washing their hands to help reduce the spread of germs.

Washing your hands properly removes dirt, viruses and bacteria to stop them spreading to other people and objects, which can spread illnesses such as colds, flu or gastroenteritis.

The most effective way of washing your hands is with soap and water, by doing this people can reduce their risk of diarrhoea by nearly 50% and respiratory infections by nearly 25%.

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Ask your pharmacist for health advice 

As part of the ‘Help Us Help You’ initiative,
a new campaign has been launched to raise awareness that pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals, who can help manage a range of minor health conditions. 

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Health Column


Written by: Dr Clare Marley

I wanted to use this column to raise awareness of a condition that a lot of people are still unaware of, and also highlight the great work that has taken place in Worcestershire to identify and treat the condition.

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Time to Change

Support for mental health campaign

The campaign is run by charities Mind and Rethink Mental Illness and by signing the pledge the three CCGs have committed to encouraging people to open up about their mental health problems.

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Commissioning For You newsletter

Keeping you connected and informed

December 2018 edition

This edition includes information
about the MyCOPD app, the latest on the Financial Recovery Programme, a guide to staying well this winter and a comment from our chair.

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Look after colds

Remember to Catch it Bin it Kill it 

With a number of winter illnesses still
circulating, people in Worcestershire are
being reminded of a simple message to
protect themselves and others from the
spread of infection.

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News Archive

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