When the UK leaves the European Union (EU), there may be changes that affect you. Find out what you need to do to get ready for 31 October.
There’s only One You: information on healthy eating, exercise, stopping smoking, drinking less, reducing stress and sleeping better.
Find out about keeping your child healthy, including breastfeeding, healthy eating, being active, mental health, and immunisation.
Find out about skin awareness and the risk of sun exposure, the risks to health from climate change and avoiding infection on farm visits.
Find information and locations for GPs, hospitals, dentists, opticians, pharmacies and other health services.
Taking care of your mouth, teeth and gums with good oral and dental hygiene can help to prevent bad breath, tooth decay and gum disease.
Get sexual health advice, information on contraception, and how to access STI testing including support for chlamydia and HIV.
Drug and alcohol addiction cause serious health risks, but are treatable conditions. Find help and support to stop drinking or taking drugs.
Find out about winter health, fuel poverty, falls prevention and healthcare for older people.
Find out about reducing the risks of developing cancer, diabetes or heart disease as well as treatments. Help yourself to stay healthy.
Our coordinators work with people in need to reduce loneliness and isolation, increase participation and support you to be independent.
Resources for doctors, midwives, nurses and other health professionals to signpost and refer patients to local healthy lifestyle schemes.
Find out about how we work with local partners to improve public health, our joint strategy, and the services we commission.