Help during the Coronavirus episode, for those who are shielding or vunerable/alone
Although the risks are very low, you may be concerned that your baby could get coronavirus. This leaflet tells you what to look out for. Do not delay seeking help if you have concerns.
After babies are born they have to breathe, suck, feed, wee, poo and stay warm. This leaflet will tell you how to keep your baby safe and healthy. Do not delay seeking help if you have any concerns.
Useful advice from the Chartered Institute of pysiotherapy
Both the NHS and health organisations across the world are trying to reduce the use of antibiotics, especially for conditions that aren't serious
Lots of useful information including weight loss, cholesterol, blood pressure.
Help with weight management, healthy eating, physical activity, and stopping smoking
Free, safe and anonymous online support for young people
Information about medicines prescribed to children
A large source of information
NHS-funded psychological therapy services, for mild-to-moderate anxiety and depression, for people aged 16 and above
Evidence-based information on a wide range of medical and health topics
The new, free Sexual Health and Contraception Service for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, provided by Brook (also call 0300 303 0714)
Travel health advice. The website comprising the travel health resources of the National Travel Health Network and Centre.
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Information for parents about the management of respiratory tract infections (coughs, colds, sore throats, and ear aches) in children.