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Time to Change Surrey showcases new programme of work for year ahead.

FREE healthy lifestyles programmes for children aged 5-19 years who are on/above 91st centile being run in Surrey.

From the 1st April 2017 there will be changes to the services provided by the First Steps Public Mental Health Programme.

A new service is coming, which will offer residents modern, integrated sexual health provision.

On Thursday 23rd March, Start4Life, Public Health England will launch a new interactive ‘Start4Life Breastfeeding Friend’ (BFF) to guide new mums thorough their first weeks of breastfeeding and help them breastfeed successfully by providing personal support for mothers at any time of the day or night.

We all know how important it is to be active. The good news is that you don't have to do an intense workout to get the benefits of exercise as walking briskly counts too.

Surrey libraries are hosting a series of awareness events for those with dementia and their carers throughout June, July, September and October.  Find out what's on in your area...

More than half of all children and adults with a burn injury do not receive appropriate first aid at the scene.  While most burns are usually minor, and do not require specialist treatment, it is important that you know what to do if you, or a friend or family member, suffer a burn.

It’s never too late to make some healthy changes to your diet and One You is here to help.

Public Health England is relaunching the national "Act FAST" stroke campaign, working closely with the Stroke Association. The campaign aims to raise awareness of the symptoms of stroke and to encourage people who recognise any single one of the symptoms of stroke, in themselves or others, to call 999 immediately.

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