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Healthier Times is the Public Health newsletter. The aim is to share news on upcoming campaigns, updates on new and existing projects, success stories and challenge some public health myths.
The newsletter is published once a quarter.
Read the December 2023 issue below, or view it by opening our December email.
a better u
a better u is everyone in South Tyneside working together to improve health and wellbeing. "a better tomorrow, a better u!"
Read more: Public health news: a better u
South Tyneside Young Carers
Young carers are being supported with launch of new Carer ID card.
Benefits of Cycling
Cycling is great for physical and mental health!
Read more: Public health news: Benefits of cycling
Find out about how to stay healthy during pregnancy and beyond to give your baby their best start in life.
Read more: Public health news: Maternity Health
Find out more about the fantastic things on offer at our Family Hubs.
Read more: Public health news: Family Hubs
Cost of Living and Welcoming Places
Information on the support, advice and services available to help with the cost of living crisis.
South Tyneside Pledge Organisation Receives Two National Accolades for Investing in.
Read more: Public health news: The Pledge
Age Friendly Community
Get the latest news on our Age Friendly journey with the Centre for Ageing Better.
Read more: Public health news: Age friendly communities
Social Determinants of Health
With winter approaching and the temperature dropping we continue to talk about the importance of healthy homes and fuel poverty.
South Tyneside Works
South Tyneside Works provides employment and skills advice to residents of the borough.
Read more: Public health news: South Tyneside Works
Joint Know Your Neighbourhood and Community Insights Research Development Event.
Read more: Public health news: Research projects
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment identify current & future health & wellbeing needs.
A list of health and wellbeing websites that you may find helpful.
Read more: Useful links
Find out more about the campaigns we're supporting this quarter, see Public Health news: Public Health campaigns.
The Campaign Resources website can help you to promote health messages in your organisation. Whether you're looking to reduce kids' sugar consumption, deliver better adult health outcomes or increase cancer diagnosis and survival rates, you'll find everything you need, and more, in the Campaign Resource Centre.
Follow us on Facebook (@AbetterUSouthTyneside), X, formerly Twitter (@Become_AbetterU) and our brand new Instagram (@Become_AbetterU) for up to date information on the campaigns we're supporting.