On this page, we will be sharing the latest CCG campaigns and those of partner organisations that we think you may be interested in.
Taking antibiotics when you don’t need them puts you and your family at risk.
There are times when we feel stressed, low or anxious, or have trouble sleeping. But there are things we can do to look after our mental health and wellbeing.
The Blood in Pee campaign is asking us all to be aware that blood in pee might be a symptom of kidney or bladder cancer.
The annual physical health check is offered by GPs to anyone aged 14 and over with a learning disability, to check their physical health, including looking for health conditions that may otherwise go undetected.
In Leicester it is time to change and end the stigma around mental health and focus on mental wellbeing
Latent tuberculosis is an illness that affects the lungs and can be spread by an infected person coughing and sneezing, which releases germs into the air that other people can breathe in and become infected by.
This campaign is encouraging more people in Leicester to get tested for possible signs of bowel cancer.
Keeping warm during the harsh winter months can play a key role in reducing your risk of serious health problems that occur more in the cold, such as chest infections, heart attacks and stroke. Now is the time to take action to stay warm and well this winter.
Discover how a free health check at your GP practice can help prevent heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease and stroke.
Find out about a campaign to help patients think about what care they may want to receive should they become seriously ill, disabled or unable to make decisions for themselves.