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Thursday 2nd November 2017

NHS Tameside and Glossop Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has launched a consultation for residents of Tameside and Glossop to have their say on the way we deliver and improve access to Urgent Care.

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Thursday 2nd November 2017

Click here to view the interactive Picture of Health.

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Friday 13th October 2017

Frankie Cooper, 55, from Hattersley, had been a smoker for over 37 years – a habit which has cost her an estimated £60,791*.A Tameside woman has thanked Be Well Tameside for helping her to stub out her 15-a-day smoking habit and building her confidence.

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Monday 2nd October 2017

Join Tameside, Oldham and Glossop (TOG) Mind as they get creative with mental health support, with music and art workshops, meditation and a wellbeing walk.

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Monday 2nd October 2017

New research commissioned by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has found that more women must be made aware of their right to choose their birth hospital.

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Friday 29th September 2017

In Public Health we look at the way people in Tameside live as a whole population. This helps us understand what the main health and wellbeing challenges are for people living here, so we can look for ways to improve levels of health. We'll be sharing facts and figures about health in Tameside with you every month, to put you in the picture. We'll also be giving you information on how you can help yourself and the people around you to live well.

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