People returning to work following time off over Christmas are being urged to help themselves, and their families, when it comes to their health in the New Year.
South Lincolnshire CCG is encouraging people to make small changes this January to improve their health for the future.
South Lincolnshire CCG is promoting Self-care encouraging people take better care of themselves and their family members, especially during the winter months, when seasonal illnesses increase.
There has been an increase in the number of young children with coughs and respiratory illness attending GP practices and A&E departments in Lincolnshire.
Bronchiolitis is a common viral chest infection that affects babies and young children during the winter months. Most cases are mild and clear up in two to three weeks without the need for treatment.
A new DNA (Did Not Attend) campaign to be launched across the south, south west and east of Lincolnshire, will reveal that in excess of 130,000 GP appointments are made and not attended every year.
Parents will have access to antenatal, postnatal and general health and social services all under one roof for the first time when a new maternity hub is launched in Lincoln.
South Lincolnshire CCG is encouraging all pregnant women to get their free flu vaccination before the flu virus starts circulating.
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