Families will be given support to help to improve the diets of their children through a new campaign - as new statistics reveal the number of parents giving unhealthy snacks to their children has increased during the pandemic.
Pregnant women who have not yet had their first, second, third or booster dose of a COVID-19 vaccine are being urged to get their jab as soon as possible, as the government launches a new advertising campaign
This January, the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has launched a new Better Health campaign revealing six major health benefits of losing excess weight to encourage Black adults to live a healthier lifestyle.
Ogun East is one of the Senatorial districts with the lowest electricity penetration in our country. Our roads are bad and our schools, which used to be our pride, have equally suffered unbelievable neglect. We need to change that narrative.
Police Detectives are appealing for the public's help to identify a woman they wish to speak to – as part of investigations into a racially aggravated public order offence on a London bus. At approximately 07:30hrs on Thursday, 23 September a woman
In June 2020, The University of Manchester GCRF QR grant funded a proof of concept to deploy low-cost sensors in Lagos, Nigeria. NSE Manchester (UK) is keen to bring other partners on-board to expand the air pollution project across Nigeria.
Finding it hard to maintain healthy skin this season? Changes to colder, dryer weather and busy holiday schedules can cause dull, red, lackluster skin. Dermoi’s Chief Scientific Officer - Eve outlines her top 5 tips to revive a stressed complexion
Just when we thought life was getting easier, Omicron showed up to derail our plans over the Christmas break. Yet for people living with long-term health conditions like Sickle Cell, a blood disorder that affects black people, this new resurgence of
Manchester played host to the first ever Malawi Heritage UK Awards recently. Held at Hulme Hall, the ceremony rewarded a number of groups, organisations and individuals who made tremendous contributions to the community at the height of the pandemic