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The week at PHE: online highlights, week beginning 5 October

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We’re pleased to bring you our round-up highlighting some of PHE’s online activity from the past week. Here’s your chance to catch up on what you might have missed including:

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Four ways our changing climate could damage your health:
We published the third instalment of our Health in a Changing Climate blog series this week. This latest post touches on four ways that climate change can damage health.

Funding for recovery services:
This week we announced the availability of £10 million of capital funding for services that are helping people in England with drug or alcohol problems to recover from their addiction.

Facts about fats:
In light of a lot of mixed messages out there about fats and what we should and shouldn't eat, we published a blog which offers some clarity on this. Covering information on trans, saturated and unsaturated fats, the post offers guidance on how much of each should be in our diets.

Get Up and Go, a new guide on falls prevention:
Following the release of the guide last week, we have a blog post that discusses the misconceptions about falls and why the new data available shows the importance of making people more aware of their own risk.

HIV Test Week 2015:
Briefings for HIV Test Week 2015, which starts on 21 November, are now available for local authoritiescliniciansfaith leaderscommissioners and the public.

Antibiotic Guardian:
We've been continuing to promote the campaign across social media this week urging people to help save our antibiotics. You can watch this video on antimicrobial resistance and sign up to be an Antibiotic Guardian by clicking here.

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