Your healthcare options this winter
Healthline is a free phone-line answered by nurses. Phone: 0800 611 116
1737 is a free service answered by mental health counsellors. Phone or text 1737.
Your guide to healthcare services and self-care
You can help to keep yourself and your family well this winter, by:
|Acute sinusitis||Influenza (flu)|
|Bronchiolitis (chest infection)||Raynaud syndrome|
|Coughs||Sore throat in children|
|Croup||Whooping cough (pertussis)|
There are five things you should do in your first 10 weeks of pregnancy that will help you and your baby stay well this winter.
Antibiotics won’t make you feel better or recover faster from viral infections but there are things you can do to help.
Our quit-smoking services are free and designed to give you the best chance of quitting and staying smoke-free.
Many health conditions can be prevented or dramatically improved by making healthy lifestyle choices.
We all have ups and downs which affect our ability to enjoy life. We need to find the right strategies to help keep our life in balance.
While you may not be able to avoid getting sick this winter, there are things you can do to prevent spreading germs and making other people sick.
- Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze
- Put your used tissue in a lined rubbish bin or in a plastic bag
- Wash and dry your hand often, especially after coughing or sneezing – use soap or hand gel
- Stay away from others if you’re sick
- Don’t share drinks or eating utensils.