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What we eat affects our health. With just a few small changes to what we eat every day, we can help to protect against major illnesses, including some cancers. These changes can also give our health an extra boost.
This leaflet is for grandparents who want to support their daughter or son��'s partner in their decision to breastfeed. It answers any questions or concerns they may have and describes what support they can offer. �
The vaccine will be phased in over the next few years.�All people�aged 70 on 1 September 2015 will be�offered the vaccine, as well as those�aged 78 on 1 September 2015.�
Leaflet for parents explaining why a healthy break is so important for pre-school children and some tips and ideas for healthy nutritious breaks.�
Subject: Bronchiectasis
This self-management action plan allows each patient to record and manage the symptoms of bronchiectasis.
C.difficle surveillance report quarter July-September 2015 .pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter April-June 2015.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter January - March 2015.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter ending Oct - Dec 2014.pdf C.difficle surveillance report quarter ending...
This booklet for childminders and staff in day nurseries, playgroups and craches outlines straightforward, practical advice and information on a range of nutritional issues related to children up to the age of five to ensure each child gets all the nutrients they need to stay healthy.
This leaflet encourages uptake of the flu vaccine for those people in at-risk groups. Most children aged 2 years up to less than 18 years in at risk groups will receive a nasal spray vaccine rather than an injection.
Subject: Flue, Vaccine
This leaflet explains why health and social care workers should receive the new flu vaccine. It provides a range of information, including how to get vaccinated, how the vaccine works, how effective it is and possible side effects.
Charts showing E.coli and ESBL Bacteraemias in Northern Ireland, by quarter, from 2005 to 2014.