With the temperatures forecast to remain low, slips and falls become more likely especially during wet, cold and icy conditions.
Most of us love the summer months. It helps to improve our mood and gives us a feeling of wellbeing. But, if you’re one of the 5,500 people in Leicester City living with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), it’s not such a pleasant time.
It’s all too easy to get carried away when the sun is out and you’re enjoying time with your child. But your child can easily burn if you don’t get it right.
With temperatures set to soar this weekend and into next week, we thought we would offer you some advice on how to take extra care in the heat and look after yourself, your family, young children and older people.
People with long term health conditions made worse by cold living conditions can take advantage of a scheme that aims to improve warmth, comfort and quality of life.
With temperatures set to soar this weekend, Leicester City Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is urging people to avoid A&E and take extra care in the heat.