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  • Tips For Maintaining Better Health

    Tips For Maintaining Better Health

    Put on a few pounds during lockdown? Now that things are starting to get back to normal following the coronavirus crisis, you may be thinking of ways to stay as healthy as possible. Well Sheffield City Council would like to help you do this and has launched the Better Health Sheffield website with videos, lists of tips and contact details for people and groups who can help you.

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  • Smokers in Sheffield Encouraged to 'Quit for Covid'

    Smokers in Sheffield Encouraged to 'Quit for Covid'

    Smoking harms the immune system, reducing the body’s natural protection against infections, like Coronavirus.Smokers are therefore at greater risk of getting acute respiratory infections, having an infection last longer and that infection being more serious than it would be for someone who does not smoke. Smokefree Sheffield is encouraging smokers in Sheffield to “Quit for Covid’.

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