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Sussex Express
Snow and ‘significant’ wind chill heading towards Sussex, Met Office announcerail and air transport to help minimize the impacts on the public. Cold weather
Sussex Express / Posted 3 hours ago
rail and air transport to help minimize the impacts on the public. Cold weather warnings have already been issued through Public Health England to help the National Health Service cope with increased health-related issues. Dr Thomas Waite, of... Read more
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Bury Times
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Bury Times / Posted 9 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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11h
Powys County Times
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Powys County Times / Posted 11 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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11h
Gazette
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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11h
guardian-series
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
guardian-series / Posted 11 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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11h
Greenock Telegraph
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 11 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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12h
Croydon Guardian
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Croydon Guardian / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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12h
This is Oxfordshire
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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Harrow Times
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Harrow Times / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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12h
This is West Country
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
This is West Country / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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12h
Gazette News
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Gazette News / Posted 12 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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13h
Bolton News
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Bolton News / Posted 13 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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13h
Wandsworth Guardian
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 13 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 13 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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13h
EveningTimes Online
A&E performance ‘continues to be pressurised’ by flu and norovirusup to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under an
EveningTimes Online / Posted 13 hours ago
up to 25% vacancies. “This is a marker of the sheer strain people are under and it is unsustainable.” The most recent Public Health England (PHE) figures show there were 19 flu-related deaths in the week ending February 11, bringing the total... Read more
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14h
The Comet
Two in three Stevenage adults are obese, according to public health profilepoor mental health and wellbeing. Stevenage Healthy Hub These trends are evid
The Comet / Posted 14 hours ago
poor mental health and wellbeing. Stevenage Healthy Hub These trends are evident in the latest statistics released by Public Health England. The profile put together for the town shows that the health of people here is varied compared with... Read more
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Ipswich Star
‘Huge reduction’ in smoking at Ipswich and Colchester hospital sites thanks to vaping areasvaping zones were introduced, bosses have said. Smoke-free signs at Ipswich Ho
Ipswich Star / Posted 2 days ago
vaping zones were introduced, bosses have said. Smoke-free signs at Ipswich Hospital. Picture: GEMMA MITCHELL This month Public Health England (PHE) released new evidence that showed e-cigarettes are at least 95% less harmful than tobacco... Read more
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Daily Mail
Measles cases rose by 400% across Europe last yearCommission said the UK achieved elimination status for measles as of 2016. Dr
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Commission said the UK achieved elimination status for measles as of 2016. Dr Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation at Public Health England, said: 'We are delighted that the WHO has confirmed that the UK achieved measles elimination in 2016... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
See where your Norfolk ward ranks in table on life expectancy and literacy challengesLibrary at The Forum. Photo by Simon Finlay. “There’s also a strong link betwe
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 2 days ago
Library at The Forum. Photo by Simon Finlay. “There’s also a strong link between mental health and poverty.” The figures were compiled by the Office for National Statistics and Public Health England, with Experian and the National Literacy... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
See where your Norfolk ward ranks in table on life expectancy and literacy challengesLibrary at The Forum. Photo by Simon Finlay. “There’s also a strong link betwe
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 days ago
Library at The Forum. Photo by Simon Finlay. “There’s also a strong link between mental health and poverty.” The figures were compiled by the Office for National Statistics and Public Health England, with Experian and the National Literacy... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Fat Britain: Average person eats 50% more calories than they realiseby a lack of clear labelling, especially when people were eating out. Dr Aliso
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
by a lack of clear labelling, especially when people were eating out. Dr Alison Tedstone, chief nutritionist at Public Health England, said: “Underreporting of intakes has always been a feature of all diet surveys. Some people forget... Read more
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Inquirier.net
DOH urged: Endorse vapinginternational study found them to be far less harmful than smoking. Prof. John
Inquirier.net / Posted 5 days ago
international study found them to be far less harmful than smoking. Prof. John Newton, director for Health Improvement of Public Health England (PHE), said vaping was found to be “95 percent less harmful” than cigarette smoking. PHE recommended... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cumbrian smokers failing to stub out habitstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian smokers failing to stub out habitstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
The News and Star / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Cumbrian smokers failing to stub out habitstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
Whitehaven News / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Cumbrian smokers failing to stub out habitstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cumbrian smokers on quit course worst for going back on the cigarettesstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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The News and Star
Cumbrian smokers on quit course worst for going back on the cigarettesstruggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has n
The News and Star / Posted 6 days ago
struggle to quit to switch to vaping instead. Miss King said this stance has now been backed nationally. "Interestingly Public Health England have this week produced guidance on e-cigs. They say that if you do not smoke, don't start vaping -... Read more
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Gazette
Police take action following increase in Gloucestershire's knife crimeis on the rise, the government and others have now thankfully recognised it’s n
Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
is on the rise, the government and others have now thankfully recognised it’s not just an issue for the police. "In fact Public Health England is leading a lot of work around violence prevention and I think that is key in helping to address this... Read more
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Daily Mail
Winter vomiting bug continues to wreak havocthere had been a 'spike' in norovirus cases on the back of the latest figures.
Daily Mail / Posted 6 days ago
there had been a 'spike' in norovirus cases on the back of the latest figures. However, seperate data released by Public Health England this morning stated that norovirus appears to have peaked'. RELATED ARTICLES Stress, sex and sperm:... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
HEALTH: Should all food and drink have traffic light labelling?information about the food they eat, and over 70% of food and drink in the UK u
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
information about the food they eat, and over 70% of food and drink in the UK use our front of pack labelling scheme." Public Health England figures between January 2013 and January 2016 show that close to 70 per cent of adults over the age of... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Calls to make traffic light food and drink labelling mandatoryinformation about the food they eat, and over 70% of food and drink in the UK u
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
information about the food they eat, and over 70% of food and drink in the UK use our front of pack labelling scheme." Public Health England figures between January 2013 and January 2016 show that close to 70 per cent of adults over the age of... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
EveningTimes Online / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Rhyl, Prestatyn and Abergele Journal / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Powys County Times
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Powys County Times / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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Bury Times
Cold weather likely to put NHS under further strainin cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day l
Bury Times / Posted 7 days ago
in cases of norovirus led to more than 800 hospital beds being closed per day last week, while flu levels remain high. Public Health England (PHE) said there were 19 confirmed flu-related deaths in the UK last week, taking the total so far this... Read more
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The News and Star
Scarlet fever spreading quickly in Cumbria, with cases hitting new highspread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It
The News and Star / Posted 7 days ago
spread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It is mostly seen between December and April. Public Health England (PHE) says there has been a rise in cases of scarlet fever this year, with more than 6,000 cases... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Scarlet fever spreading quickly in Cumbria, with cases hitting new highspread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It
Whitehaven News / Posted 7 days ago
spread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It is mostly seen between December and April. Public Health England (PHE) says there has been a rise in cases of scarlet fever this year, with more than 6,000 cases... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Scarlet fever spreading quickly in Cumbria, with cases hitting new highspread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
spread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It is mostly seen between December and April. Public Health England (PHE) says there has been a rise in cases of scarlet fever this year, with more than 6,000 cases... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Scarlet fever spreading quickly in Cumbria, with cases hitting new highspread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 7 days ago
spread through close contact, hence it being more common among youngsters. It is mostly seen between December and April. Public Health England (PHE) says there has been a rise in cases of scarlet fever this year, with more than 6,000 cases... Read more
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Daily Mail
Processed foods are driving up rates of cancerindividual nutrients or ingredients, is the correct way to tackle such issues.’
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
individual nutrients or ingredients, is the correct way to tackle such issues.’ Dr Alison Tedstone, chief nutritionist at Public Health England, said: ‘A diet high in processed foods is often high in calories, salt, saturated fat and sugar and low... Read more
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Newham Recorder
Child obesity rates in Newham the third highest in LondonNewham are more than twice as likely to be obese than the borough with the lowe
Newham Recorder / Posted 8 days ago
Newham are more than twice as likely to be obese than the borough with the lowest figure, Richmond upon Thames (12.6pc). Public Health England regional director Yvonne Doyle said the capital’s “obesity emergency” had become “a normal response to... Read more
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