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    Alcohol in Pregnancy

    The Chief Medical Officers for the UK recommend that if you're pregnant or planning to become pregnant, the safest approach is not to drink alcohol at all to keep risks to your baby to a minimum. I drank alcohol before I realised I was…

    Be Smokefree

    Free, proven support to help you to quit smoking! Everyone knows that smoking is bad for their health and the people they smoke around. Stopping smoking is the best thing you can do. Whether you want to quit smoking to improve your health,…

    Best Start In Life

    If you're looking to make a healthy lifestyle change, why not do it with the whole family? The Healthy Child Programme (HCP) comprises of the health visiting service, the school nursing service and the ‘partnering families team’, which…

    Check Your Health

    Finding out more about your health and whether you have a risk factor for a health condition can be really helpful, because you can take action to make improvements to your health. Get started now! Check your heart age or why not take our free…

    Drink Less

    It may seem like you don't drink much, but a drink or two most evenings can do harm to your body. From making you gain weight to increasing your risk of cancer, alcohol can have serious effects on your body. The more you drink, and the more…

    Drug & Alcohol Support

    There are a large range of both legal and illegal substances that can cause you harm in one way or another. Some are physically addictive, some are psychologically addictive, but all are dangerous. 'Substance misuse' includes the use of…

    Eat Well

    Being a healthy weight means you're at less risk of developing preventable diseases such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. Whether you're trying to lose weight, get in shape or just live a healthier life, eating well has lots of…

    Healthy Eating and Pregnancy

    What food should I eat in pregnancy? You don't need to spend lots of money, or go on a special diet – you just need a balance of the right types of food. These include: Fruit and vegetables Aim to eat at least 5 portions of fruit and veg a day.…

    Move More

    If you're not as active as you should be you are putting your health and quality of life at risk. To stay healthy or to improve health, you need to do two types of physical activity each week: aerobic and strength exercises. Please Click…

    NHS Health Check

    Having a free NHS Heath Check can help you prevent developing:Type 2 diabetesHeart diseaseKidney diseaseStroke and dementia by spotting any early signs. As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing these conditions which is why…
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