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New Baby? 

Keep Calm And...


...check out our 'User Guide to handling your new baby'!

The guide offers useful tips to help settle your baby when they cry, help you to keep calm and make time for you, and share your top tips with relatives or friends for when they look after baby. 



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Spread the word – not the flu!


The flu vaccination is one of the most effective ways to reduce harm from flu. It reduces the risk of serious illness, hospitalisation and even death among those who are most at risk.

If you are pregnant, have a health condition or aged 65 years of age or over (as well as carers), you qualify for a free vaccination.

If you do not fall into one of the eligible categories, you can still get a flu vaccination for a small fee at most pharmacies in Suffolk.


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Need ideas and inspiration to get active?


The Most Active County MOVE! supplement provides information on how active you should be and how simple it is to make sustainable lifestyle changes.


From babies and toddlers to adults over 65, the 64-page supplement provides ideas for everyone, to inspire you to move and start feeling the benefits! 


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Health and Wellbeing Board Two Year Report


Each year, the Health and Wellbeing Board publish an annual report to review the highlights and challenges faced during the year, and address key priorities for the coming year ahead. 


The 2017-2018 Health and Wellbeing Board report is now available and can be viewed here. 


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AMPARO Suffolk

Suffolk’s suicide prevention steering group has launched a new service to support individuals, families and others bereaved by suicide.

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