COVID-19 has changed the way we've all been living and working for the last few months and as restrictions start to ease we must all Stay Alert to keep the rate of infection down.
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During the current pandemic, we are urging smokers in South Tyneside to 'Quit for COVID' and reduce their risks from coronavirus. There are a number of services to help you stop smoking.
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Screening is a way of finding out if people are at higher risk of a health problem, so that early treatment can be offered or information given to help them make informed decisions.
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Stay Healthy, Stay Safe
You might think alcohol helps you to deal with stress and anxiety but it's not a good way to cope. Alcohol is known to increase feelings of anxiety, depression, stress and other mental health conditions.
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5 Ways to Wellbeing
Get lots of help and advice on looking after your physical and emotional health during the pandemic.
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NHS - Health at Home
Help to manage your health and wellbeing at home.
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NHS Open for Business
If you need medical help, the NHS is still here for you.
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Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond
If you are pregnant or have just had a baby there are lots of services available to offer you support and advice.
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#ProudtoSupport aims to celebrate the work of special people during Covid-19 and further bring our community together by recognising their support and sharing their stories.
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Adult Social Care Recruitment
Are you passionate about supporting people, patient and understanding, with a real desire to make a difference? Contact us now, your support is crucial.
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At Home Shouldn't Mean at Risk
If you are controlled or physically, sexually, economically or emotionally abused by a partner, ex-partner or family member, this is domestic abuse. Household isolation rules do not apply.
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Keeping Children Safe
Children and young people are normally seen by lots of different adults every day, but due to COVID-19 we're social distancing and spending much more time at home. It's everyone's responsibility to keep children safe, spot the signs of abuse and report concerns.
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Find out more about the campaigns we're supporting this quarter. Public Health news: Public Health campaigns
Public Health England can help you to promote health messages in your organisation. Whether you're looking to reduce kids' sugar consumption, deliver better adult health outcomes or increase cancer diagnosis and survival rates, you'll find everything you need in the Public Health England: Campaign Resources Centre
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