Cold Weather Plan for England 2013 (BBC News / PHE)

Summary

Public Health England (PHE) has urged people to keep their homes well heated this winter. Living rooms should be 21C (70F) and other home areas 18C (65F) to avoid potentially fatal health problems.

Read more: BBC News: Campaigners urge David Cameron over cold homes.

Reference

Campaigners urge David Cameron over cold homes. London: BBC Health News, October 25th 2013.

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Reference

Cold weather plan for England 2013. London: Public Health England, October 25th 2013.

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Reference

Bone, A. Wookey, R. [and] Austyn, K (2013). Cold weather plan for England 2013: protecting health and reducing harm from cold weather. London: Public Health England, October 25th 2013.

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Reference

Bone, A. Wookey, R. [and] Austyn, K (2013). Cold weather plan for England 2013: making the case: why long-term strategic planning for cold weather is essential to health and wellbeing. London: Public Health England, October 25th 2013.

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