The pandemic has made many people reassess their lifestyles and successful quitting attempts have been increasing. In Greater Manchester, the
A study has found 65 per cent of adults in the North West are motivated to make healthier lifestyle changes
Coronavirus: Roads are no race track, urge GMP chief Hopkins and Andy Burnham in weekly media briefing
Mayor Andy Burnham addressed a mixed bag of developments in the Coronavirus situation following the fifth meeting of the Greater Manchester Covid Emergency Committee.
A vaccine may be the only way of completely eradicating the deadly virus sweeping across Britain. The National Flu Immunisation Programme has taken years to mass-produce a vaccine for people of all ages, a vaccine for Coronavirus may face a similar time frame for maximum effect.
As of today, the viral virus has killed 26 people and infected more than 800, but not all cases have been reported.
Women in Manchester are failing to attend breast cancer screenings and are more likely to die from the disease before they reach 75.
The number of takeaways in the centre of Manchester is two thirds higher than the national average.
Self-harm is putting significantly more young people in hospital in Greater Manchester than in the rest of the country, new figures reveal.
The public health agenda of each of the areas will now be driven by plans laid out by their own health and wellbeing boards.
A patient ‘with a history of travel to West Africa’ is being tested for Ebola at North Manchester General Hospital.
Newborn babies across Manchester will be screened for four dangerous and potentially life-threatening genetic disorders from today.