Your green Medicine Bag

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From 4 April 2016, West Midlands Ambulance Service will be using the regional Your green Medicine Bags when bringing patients into hospitals in the West Midlands. The green bag is designed to an identifible bag in which you can keep your medicine throughout your stay in hospital.

Seek help early – and avoid serious illness

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Seek help early and nip health issues in the bud is the message from Wolverhampton CCG doctors.

Older people and those with existing respiratory conditions are being encouraged to visit their pharmacist for help and advice and avoid minor health issues escalating.

Stay well in cold weather

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With the weather forecasters indicating changeable weather residents in Wolverhampton are being reminded that one of the best ways to keep well is to keep warm.

Cold weather and cold homes can have a significant impact on people's health and keeping warm over the winter months can help prevent some illnesses particularly amongst the elderly and those with respiratory conditions.

Wolverhampton Total Health Meeting at No 10 Downing Street

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Board representatives from Wolverhampton Total Health (WTH) attended an ‘Innovation Marketplace’ event in London (2 March 2016) organised by the National Association of Primary Care, which was followed by WTH’s Chair – Dr Gillian Pickavance – being invited to No 10 Downing Street for further discussions with the Prime Minister’s personal adviser on Health.