A Scottish campaign calling for the government to tackle fuel poverty is being backed by nurses as a way to reduce ill-health.
Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Scotland has joined environmental charity WWF Scotland and the Existing Homes Alliance to request that the Government increases investment in energy efficiency.
It is hoped that this will decrease the number of patients treated for conditions associated with living in cold and damp houses such as, asthma and other respiratory infections
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