Woollen boobs are appearing all over Liverpool city centre to promote breast feeding.
We all love it when the weather gets warmer. But did you know that you might need to think harder about food safety in the summer months?
Public health officials in Liverpool are the first in the country to highlight the amount of sugar in specific breakfast cereals.
Marks & Spencer today announces a major community transformation programme as part of Plan A 2025 – its new plan to support 1,000 communities, help 10 million people live happier, healthier lives and convert M&S into a zero-waste business.
Liverpool’s new Lord Mayor got on his bike to support public health officials taking part in a 450 mile Cities of Culture cycle ride.
Counselling is being offered to young people across Liverpool affected by the terror attack in Manchester earlier this week.
Every primary school in Liverpool is signing up to a scheme aimed at preventing young people from the risks of getting skin cancer later in life.
Liverpool Health and Wellbeing Board is consulting on the pharmacy needs of the local population.
Public Health officials in Liverpool will be highlighting the risks of skin cancer on World Melanoma Day (Monday 8 May)
A new not-for-profit energy company to tackle fuel poverty in Liverpool has launched – and it could save households hundreds of pounds per year.