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Thursday 6th July 2017

The frail elderly, care home residents and people over 18 with complex medical conditions living in Tameside and Glossop have been chosen as the first in Greater Manchester to benefit from a pioneering new approach to healthcare, which is proving successful in America and Sweden.

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Monday 3rd July 2017

July's edition of the Picture of Health has a focus on ‘Drugs and Alcohol’ – covering a full range of messages to keep ourselves safe and healthy.

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Tuesday 27th June 2017

A new location has been set up for the treatment of Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) in Tameside. AMD is a painless eye condition that causes loss of central vision, usually in both eyes. Central vision is what is used for reading and looking at faces.

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Friday 23rd June 2017

WHEN Margaret Handley’s friend Dorothy was taken ill, she expected a lengthy wait before help arrive. Although Margaret was confident Tameside Council’s community response team would react swiftly to the emergency call made using her alarm pendant, past experience told her it might be hours before a doctor got to the Ashton sheltered housing complex where she lives.

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Thursday 22nd June 2017

FURTHER sessions are to be offered in Tameside libraries to help more parents and carers keep their children safe online. Previous sessions have been well attended, with parents feeding back that it has helped them feel more in control, informed and able to talk to their children about staying safe.

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Monday 19th June 2017

The frail elderly, care home residents and people over 18 with complex medical conditions living in Tameside and Glossop have been chosen as the first in Greater Manchester to benefit from a pioneering new approach to healthcare, which is proving successful in America and Sweden.

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