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5 a Day

A few small changes can help you and your family get the recommended five portions of fruit and veg a day.

Babies & Parents Videos

NHS help and information videos for new parents eg how to bath a baby.

Compliments, Comments, Complaints & Concerns

Compliments, Comments, Complaints, and Concerns at Middlesbrough Council. We are working very hard to provide high quality services that meet your needs. We are very keen to hear about how well you think we are doing and how you think we could do things better.…

In-car Child Safety

What does the law say? You must use a restraining system if one is fitted in your vehicle. The law is complicated, so the best way to stay on the right side of it is to use the most appropriate restraint for everyone travelling in…

Legal Highs-New Psychoactive Subs Act Explained

A light hearted explanation of the New Psychoactive Subs act which will come into force in April 2016

PALS - Health Services Concerns, Compliments and Complaints

Patient advice & Liaison Services (PALS) PALS provides on the spot help when and where you need it… The Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) is a service for anyone who needs help or information while using hospital services. If you have any questions, problems or…

Physical Activity for Under 5's

Active children are healthy, happy, school ready and sleep better.   View the flier on the right for ideas to keep your under 5's active.

Safer Sleeping

Being a new parent is an amazing experience, but it’s also exhausting. It’s something no-one can prepare you for. And at the end of a long day, there’s nothing more satisfying than to collapse on the sofa.   And that’s where we need to stop you!…

Smoking in Pregnancy

A short animated video with information about Smoking in Pregnancy

Sugar Swaps for Kids

Make a sugar swap! Did you know just one or two everyday swaps can really make a difference to how much sugar your child is having, while still keeping them happy? Children in England are eating an extra 2,800 sugar cubes a year, which is…
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