Ditch the booze for January
Hounslow Council has been getting behind the Dry January campaign once again as part of encouraging…
Sir Trevor McDonald encourages Hounslow residents to get vaccinated
Sir Trevor McDonald has visited a Feltham health centre to encourage the borough’s residents to get their flu jabs.
It’s time to talk about mental health
A campaign to talk openly about mental health issues is being supported by Hounslow Council.
Don't light up - stay smoke free!
Stoptober – the 28-day stop smoking challenge - is now in full swing and Smokers in Hounslow will have access to all the help and support they need to quit this month.
Stub it out for Stoptober
Smokers in Hounslow will have access to all the help and support they need to quit next month as the local stop smoking service gears up for Stoptober – the 28 day stop smoking challenge.
Know your numbers and get your blood pressure checked for free!
Hounslow Council is urging residents to get their blood pressure checked for free as part of the Know Your Numbers! week.
Hounslow Council is united against dementia
Hounslow Council has joined forces with Hounslow CCG [Clinical Commissioning Group] in the fight against dementia.
Small changes can make a big difference to Hounslow's health
Hounslow Council is encouraging local food outlets across the borough to step up their commitment in increasing the amount of healthier choices.
Get involved with Dry January 2017!
Hounslow Council has been getting behind the Dry January campaign once again as part of encouraging people to get fit and healthy in 2017.
Stub it out for Stoptober!
Stoptober is the biggest mass quit attempt in the country and is based on research that if you can stop smoking for 28 days.
One You Hounslow gears up for Stoptober
Stoptober – the 28 day campaign from Public Health England that encourages and supports smokers across the country to quit smoking for good- returns for its fifth year from 1 October.
Have fun in the sun but keep cool!
Hounslow Council is encouraging residents to check up on their neighbours, keep an eye on children and keep themselves cool as heat wave conditions are set to arrive from tomorrow [Tuesday].