Personal health and hygiene ephemera. Box 1.
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Box file containing items of ephemera in acid free sleeves. Boots Health Club was a health education initiative launched in Spring 2006, focusing on weight loss, children's health, vitamins and food supplements, pain relief, allergies, women's health, smoking cessation, and avoiding heart disease. TheSite.org/health offered online advice and counselling on health matters aimed at a younger age group. Includes: RepHresh (gel to counteract vaginal odour, thrush and bacterial vaginosis), 'Daisy' vacuum cleaners (Birmingham, 1908-1911), Healthy India stamp / seal / sticker, Boots Web MD (online health information, 2010), West Euston Healthy Community Project (healthy activities for all ages, 2010), WHO on how to hand wash, NHS 'Clean your hands' campaign (2010?), NHS National Patient Safety Agency (2009), health education leaflets, William Brady's 'Little lessons in the ways of health' leaflets (Beverley Hills, California), NHS South West London expert patients programme free course for people with an ongoing illness or condition (2012?), Health Triangle magazine and UK Health Radio (2013?), Health check price guide (Parkside Hospital (Wimbledon. 2012), 'Way forward to well-being' (NHS Lewisham, 2011), 'Germs. Wash your hands of them' (Health Protection Scotland, 2012?), 'Keep well for those you love' (NHS health check (2014?), 'Help us prevent infections spreading' (NHS National Patient Safety Agency' clean hands campaign, 2011), 'Adopting a healthier lifestyle can help change your life for the better' (NHS Lewisham, 2014?).