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We will all have to live with Covid-19 for the foreseeable future, so it is really important that we manage the risk to ourselves and others.
Croydon Council is backing the Stoptober campaign by encouraging local smokers to try a free 12-week course which could help them kick the habit and reduce their risk from Covid-19.
Up to 1,425 school pupils are set to benefit from a £1.2m award from the Young Londoner’s Fund (YLF), which will spearhead Croydon’s plans to reduce youth violence in the borough.
The government has issued advice for the public to follow to help reduce the spread of coronavirus and tips on how people can protect themselves from infection.
Croydon's director of public health calls for a ban on junk food advertising and more opportunities to better promote healthier foods and water, to reduce health inequalities and improve residents' health and wellbeing.
The delegation from China was impressed by the council’s efforts to stamp out smoking, reduce air and noise pollution and tackle health inequalities.
From preconception to age two, every aspect of a child’s world is already shaping their adult life.
Croydon receives the Alzheimer’s Society's highest accolade for significant progress made to support residents living with dementia and their families.
A showcase of hard-hitting and emotive portrayals of mental health issues in the UK today will be shown in Croydon to mark this year’s World Mental Health Day.