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Self-care website to "address health inequality"

Self-care website to "address health inequality"

The NHS have launched an interactive online self-care resource to make better health accessible to everyone in the community.

The NHS Working in Partnership Programme (WiPP) believe this single access point to support will meet the growing demand for practical resources and better information.

Secretary of State for Health Alan Johnson said: "In light of the recent dire warnings of unchecked obesity and other health issues, raising the profile of self-care and making better health accessible to everyone in the community has never been more important.

"Self Care Connect will play a vital role in helping address health inequality."

Helen Jordan, WiPP's lead for primary care added that Self Care Connect will do much more than just support those with long-term conditions.

"It's about encouraging professionals to support a holistic approach to health and well being," she said.

NHS Working in Partnership Programme

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