Keep Warm Keep Well (Public Health England)

Summary

The “Keep Warm Keep Well” document has been updated, as it is a part of Public Health England’s Cold Weather Plan aiming to protect health and reduce harm from severe cold. This guide offers advice for families and carers on staying well in cold weather, including hints on financial help, healthy lifestyles, influenza vaccinations (flu jabs) and heating-related issues.

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Reference

Keep warm keep well: information for over 60s, low-income families and people living with a disability. London: Public Health England, November 4th 2013.

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