A BBC journalist who filmed her emotional journey battling breast cancer is among the keynote speakers at a pioneering event in Coventry.
Coventry residents are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and make efforts to stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave alerts for the middle of the week.
Coventry residents are being urged to look out for those vulnerable to heat exposure and make efforts to stay cool, as the Met Office issues new heatwave alerts for the end of the week.
Join our conversation about what the local NHS should do to help people live well and get better support. NHS plans suggest lots of different approaches and priorities – but what do you think?
Key health agencies in Coventry are setting out plans that they hope will reduce health inequalities in the city.
Audiences at the first ever Coventry Comedy Festival will be invited to take part in some serious academic research on improving people’s wellbeing this week – by having a good laugh!
The free one-day festival will connect the public to groups and organisations that promote good mental health and wellbeing, and aims to break down the stigma around seeking help.
Workers across Britain are being encouraged to convert “sitting time” to “standing time” this Friday (26 April) as part of the On Your Feet Britain campaign.
This Sunday (24 March) is World TB Day which is designed to build public awareness about tuberculosis which is still a leading cause of death worldwide killing nearly one and a half million people.
Lunchtime walks to some of the city's green spaces are to begin in March.
Fitness phenomenon GoodGym, which combines getting fit with doing good deeds in the community, has announced it will launch in Coventry on March 19.
As well as being Time to Talk Day today, it is also Children's Mental Health Week. This year it's all about taking steps to be healthy inside out.
Today marks Time to Talk Day, which means we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health.
GoodGym Coventry offers a chance to get fit and help people in the community. People in Coventry can combine getting fit with doing good deeds, thanks to the innovative new fitness phenomenon, GoodGym.
On Time to Talk Day, we want everyone to have a conversation about mental health.
One of the government’s top scientific advisers paid a visit to Coventry on Friday 18th January, to understand the public health challenges.
Cllr Kamran Caan, Cabinet Member for Public Health & Sport, is to take part in the GoRun 5k Fun Run in March 2019.
On Wednesday 16 January, the Public Health Team held an Integrated Sexual Health summit (ISH).
On 18 January, Professor Chris Whitty will visit Coventry City Council.
2019 is set to be a very exciting year! It's the Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing and Coventry is the European City of Sport.
2019 is set to be a very exciting year in Coventry. The Coventry and Warwickshire Year of Wellbeing and Coventry being the European City of Sport provide us with a fantastic opportunity to engage the people of Coventry in ways to improve their health and wellbeing.
Local NHS and Council leaders are urging people to think about how cold weather and winter viruses may affect you, your family and neighbours.
Today, 19 November, marks International Men’s Day which celebrates worldwide the positive value men bring to the world, their families and communities.
Next week, from Sunday 25 November, through until Monday 10 December, Coventry City Council will be raising awareness of Domestic Abuse through the 16 Days of Action campaign.
Today, Coventry City Council and Partners from across the city came together to hold a Poverty Summit to show how it is tackling and will continue to tackle poverty in the city.
Top local doctors are urging people aged over 65 to protect themselves from flu with the new vaccine.
Partners throughout Coventry and Warwickshire are coming together to mark World Mental Health Day (WMHD) in a series of events across the region on Wednesday 10 October. Mental health problems affect one in four people, yet too often people are afraid to talk about their experiences because they fear the response and stigma they may experience.
Stoptober, the 28-day stop smoking challenge from Public Health England, is up and running! If you're taking part in Stoptober this year, we wish you the best of luck on your quitting journey.
Coventry City Council’s Switch and Save Scheme returns again, helping residents save money on their energy bills.
Players from Coventry Rugby Football Club have teamed up to raise awareness of free support for people to give up smoking ahead of Stoptober, the national stop smoking campaign.
Partners throughout Coventry and Warwickshire are coming together to mark World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) in a series of events across the region on Monday 10 September.
Severn Trent is teaming up with local businesses and the City Council to make sure the people of Coventry can enjoy wonderful water when they’re out and about.
With temperatures continuing to soar and the Met Office declaring a level three heat wave, people are being urged again to look out for the vulnerable and take steps to stay cool.
The ongoing hot weather means we all have to be extra careful of the risk of fires.
Heatwave alerts continue to be issued across large parts of England to warn people about hot weather forecast over the coming days.
Coventry is hosting a free street festival with a difference. See the city from the saddle on a traffic free circuit including a ride through the Cathedral ruins and around the Ring Road.
Today, Coventry City Council hosted an event to launch Coventry on the Move in Parks in Caludon Park.
The Coventry and Warwickshire Place Forum, made up of the two Health and Wellbeing Boards, has designated 2019 as the Year of Wellbeing to significantly raise the profile of health and wellbeing opportunities for everyone.
Change Grow Live is offering free, partly furnished and fitted café space in Coventry.
With temperatures set to soar over the next few days and the Met Office predicting heat wave conditions, people are being urged to look out for the vulnerable.
A new healthy lifestyle service is encouraging people to find out how young their heart really is.
On Monday 4 June, national health and social care charity Change Grow Live (CGL) together with Coventry City Council officially launched their new drug and alcohol support service for adults.