Every year there are 150,000 cases of sepsis, resulting in 44,000 deaths which are more than deaths from bowel, prostate and breast cancer combined. You’re also five times more likely to suffer from sepsis than a heart attack or stroke. Anyone is at risk of getting sepsis, but young children aged 0-4 are particularly at risk.
Within the county of Essex there is one death by suicide nearly every two days which is why NHS Southend and NHS Castle Point and Rochford Clinical Commissioning Groups are supporting World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) an annual event occurring on the 10th September.
NHS Southend and NHS Castle Point and Rochford Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) are urging young people and their parents to prioritise taking their medication and preventer inhalers as prescribed, as millions of families prepare for the new school year.