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Man v Fat Football
Man v Fat is a unique men's weight loss programme! FREE 14 weeks football with 24 hour peer and professional support. Open to males in Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea residents with a Body Mass Iindex (BMI) of 27.5 and above. Read more...
News
OCD Week of Action is back
OCD Week of Action is back: 19th-25th February 2018, where OCD Action are encouraging everyone to take action against OCD. Read more...
People who can help
People who can help
Whatever you want to do, concerns you have or support you need, there are a wealth of organisations and charities that can help. Have a look at what's available here. Read more...
For professionals
For Professionals
If you work or provide a service, paid or unpaid, in health and social care, we've got information and guidance about a number of procedures, resources and training initiatives. Read more...
Leaflets Library
Leaflets Library
Not everyone can, or wants, to use the internet. We have a series of leaflets which cover key issues which can be printed out and given to those residents that cannot access the internet. Read more...
Other useful websites
Ask SARA
We cover a lot of information on People First but there are also other useful websites that can help you make informed choices about your health and well-being. Take a look at Ask Sara for instance .. Read more...
News

News

July 28, 2016

Go Golborne

Go Golborne is a local campaign led by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea that's all about supporting children and families to eat well, keep active and feel good.

July 27, 2016

Your eyes and ears could help diagnose early signs of dementia

Regular eye check-ups could soon help diagnose early signs of dementia - years before symptoms develop - a new study has found.

Eating oily fish 'cuts risk of death from bowel cancer', research suggests

Bowel cancer patients who consumed more than 0.3g of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are abundant in food such as oily fish, were found to have a 41 per cent less chance of dying from bowel cancer... [

July 25, 2016

Have your say on Westminster's Walking Strategy

Westminster City Council is updating its Walking Strategy and wants to hear from you about what you think are the best ways to encourage and increase walking throughout the borough.

July 20, 2016

Easy read edition of NHS Stay Well booklet available

The Easy read edition of the free booklet, "Stay Well in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster" and "Stay Well in Hammersmith & Fulham" from your local Clinical Commissioning Group is now available to download.

July 18, 2016

Heatwave advice

For some the hot weather is a lovely chance to relax in ths sun, but for others it is very uncomfortable, and can even be dangerous. Make sure you stay cool and safe during this hot spell with these essential tips.

June 22, 2016

Play Sea Hero Quest and #gameforgood

Alzheimer's Research UK has teamed up with Deutsche Telekom and scientists from University College London and the University of East Anglia to develop Sea Hero Quest, a smartphone game that re-writes the rules on how we go about dementia research.

June 20, 2016

Older people are at risk of loneliness

According to a paper by Marcus Rand of the Campaign to End Loneliness, it seems that about one in 10 of people over 65 feels chronically lonely all or most of the time.

May 19, 2016

Immediate aspirin after mini-stroke substantially reduces risk of suffering a major stroke

A team from Oxford University has shown that immediate and continuing self-treatment in the weeks after experiencing the symptoms of a transient ischaemic attack, or 'warning' stroke, could reduce the risk by as much as 80 percent. People who suffer TIAs or strokes are currently administered aspirin, but up until now the drug was only thought to reduce the subsequent risk by around 15 percent.

May 18, 2016

Too many delay seeking dementia diagnosis

More than half of those seeking a diagnosis for dementia have delayed going to their GP by at least a year, according to a survey carried out by the Alzheimer's Society. The charity says nearly two-thirds of people fear a diagnosis would mean their life is over. But it says an early diagnosis can actually help people to live as well as possible.

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