News - Public Health Dorset
Residents of Poole and Purbeck are still making healthy lifestyle changes a Beat the Street report has revealed. View PDF
2,338 people have taken steps to live well through Take Twelve, a campaign from LiveWell Dorset. View PDF
Public Health Dorset has commissioned Dorset HealthCare to provide the Public Health Nursing service for children and young people aged 0-19 years across Dorset, which includes school nurses and health visitors.
1,500 Dorset residents have received help to keep their homes warm through a scheme funded by Public Health Dorset in partnership with Dorset Council. View PDF
Public Health Dorset along with partners are encouraging people across Dorset, Bournemouth, Poole and Christchurch to get outside in May as part of Naturally Healthy Month. View PDF
If you enjoyed Beat the Street, you are going to love our new orienteering courses in Weymouth. View PDF
If you are a woman aged 25 – 64, it is time to book your cervical screening. View PDF
Public Health Dorset is encouraging residents in Bournemouth to help improve their own wellbeing while giving love and attention to the parks and open spaces in the area. View PDF
A new support tool is available if you are looking to start weaning your baby. View PDF
Living in a cold home can have a big impact on someone’s health. We know of cases in Dorset where older people are living in one room as it’s the only one they can heat properly. Families are boiling water for washing as they don’t have a
Parents are being asked by Public Health Dorset to make a swap when they next shop to help cut down their children’s sugar intake.