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Regular updates on seasonal flu levels during the winter season 2018 to 2019.
Public Health England and NHS England lead coalition of over 40 organisations to step up fight against the nation’s biggest killer.
Updates on cases of acute flaccid paralysis in England.
Latest developments in vaccines, vaccination policies and procedures for immunisation practitioners.
Through the HIV Prevention Innovation Fund, PHE is funding 14 projects to help develop innovative, community-led ways of preventing HIV.
Regular updates on cold weather and the risks presented by low temperatures.
Travellers should be aware of the risk of avian flu when travelling to China during the annual festival.
Public Health England is reminding people of the importance of practising safer sex and seeking help if they are worried they may have an STI.
PHE makes recommendations on the steps needed to maintain the UK’s elimination status for measles and rubella for future generations.
A paper published in the journal 'Science' demonstrates the impact of portable sequencing on the public health response early in Nigerian Lassa fever outbreak.
PHE launches new Change4Life campaign to help families cut back on sugar.
The Health Harms campaign encourages smokers to quit, by demonstrating the harms to health that come from every cigarette.
Public Health England has published its first salt reduction report, which shows just over half of salt reduction targets were met by the food industry.
A new report from Public Health England shows that preventable illness is one of many factors behind slowdown in raising life expectancy.
Cases of monkeypox confirmed in England.
£10.5 million funding awarded to local projects to support adults and children impacted by alcohol.
Prevention efforts to end the HIV epidemic in the UK are working, but with 8% unaware of their infection it is still vital people seek an HIV test if at risk.
Public Health England and NHS England are working to find thousands of people living with hep C, offering them new treatments that, in most cases, cure the illness.
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