Adults are being encouraged to make lifestyle changes to improve their health and wellbeing with the support of a new initiative.
The pregnancy rate in Merton for girls aged 18 or under has reduced by three quarters, according to new statistics.
The places where people live, work and play can have just as much impact on reducing childhood obesity as personal lifestyle choices, according to an independent report.
A new campaign has been launched calling upon residents and businesses help make Merton a dementia friendly borough by 2020. Dementia Friendly Merton is supported by Merton Council, Merton Clinical […]
Merton Council, in partnership with Source London, is set to switch on the first of its electric vehicle charging points as it meets rising demand for less polluting vehicles and […]
Adults are being encouraged to prioritise their health in 2017 by making simple changes to their lifestyle which will reduce their risk of illness.
Merton Council is set to introduce a new diesel levy in April 2017 in response to a national health emergency and the Mayor of London’s pledge to cut air pollution […]
Footballers from AFC Wimbledon are supporting a project which helps families achieve their goals of making healthier choices about their diet and doing more exercise.
Cafes, restaurants, takeaways and caterers across Merton are being recognised for their commitment to serving up healthier food for customers.
Families in Merton are being encouraged to have their say on childhood obesity by completing a short survey. The survey from the Healthy London Partnership provides a unique opportunity for […]