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Free gas boilers for Hartlepool Residents

Free gas boilers for Hartlepool Residents created by Rachel Hogg published on 20 June 2016

If you're a Hartlepool resident you could benefit from a warmer home and lower bills thanks to a free gas boiler replacement scheme from Warm Up North. Households with old or inefficient gas boilers can have them replaced for free.  The scheme is part of Warm Up North's commitment to making homes in the North East greener and warmer.

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Delirium Awareness Video

Delirium Awareness Video created by Rachel Hogg published on 20 June 2016

Delirium in older adults often goes unrecognised by health care professionals and can be poorly managed.  This video was produced with the aim of improving recognition and management of delirium in any healthcare setting.

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Plans to deliver world class Cancer Services

Plans to deliver world class Cancer Services created by Rachel Hogg published on 08 June 2016

NHS England have set out plans to deliver world class Cancer Services, which includes a fund to find new ways of speeding up diagnosis with the potential to save thousands of more lives every year.

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NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme created by Rachel Hogg published on 08 June 2016

NHS England have launched a new programme that aims to help people who could be at risk of developing type 2 diabetes to lead a more healthier lifestyle. Healthier You:

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'Hidden Army' of carers in their 80s, says Age UK

'Hidden Army' of carers in their 80s, says Age UK created by Age UK published on 07 June 2016

The number of people in their 80s or older who are relied on as carers has rocketed in the last seven years, according to a charity. Age UK says one in seven of the "oldest old" - an estimated 417,000 people in all - now provides some sort of unpaid care to family or friends.  Over half of these clock up more than 35 hours a week.

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