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How speech and language develop

It isn't always easy to tell if a child has a speech or language difficulty.  If you're concerned and your child is not yet at school, contact your health visitor for advice. If your child goes to nursery or preschool, talk to staff there – they…

Information about HIV for people living in Southampton

What is HIV and how do you get it? HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus and it weakens your immune system by destroying healthy cells that fight infection and disease. In cases where HIV remains untreated, patients can develop AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) which…

Keeping safe outdoors

For most people, taking part in outdoor activities such as hiking is trouble-free, but there are potential risks. Find out how to plan ahead.  Being active is great for your health, maintaining your fitness and reducing the risk of conditions such as heart disease and diabetes. In a survey by…

Mental health

When you feel mentally well you can cope with the normal stresses of life, you feel good about yourself, enjoy life, learn confidently and overcome obstacles. When you don't feel mentally well – when you have feelings of fear, misery or anger - you need…

National Health Service

The NHS provides a wide range of general and emergency health services, most of which are free. There is also NHS 111, which is a confidential 24 hour helpline. NHS 111 can be contacted on 111. If you or someone close to you is feeling ill…

NSPCC - Online and Mobile Safety

In 2015 NSPCC launched their SHARE AWARE campaign which has encouraged thousands of conversations between parents and their children about online safety issues.  Last year we also launched a major partnership with O2, enabling us to support more parents to help build their children’s digital resilience. O2…

Oral health

"She always had juice in a bottle, then she moved onto one of those ‘anyway-up cups’ because they are a lot less messy. I suppose she did have quite a lot of sugary drinks. I didn’t realise it would damage her teeth so badly. Now…

Overweight children aged 2-5

More young children than ever are overweight, but there's plenty you can do to help your child achieve a healthy weight. Being overweight is bad for your pre-schooler's health now and in the future. Overweight children are much more likely to become overweight adults, putting them…

Public Health Nursing Service (School Nursing)

Our aim is to support every child's health throughout their time at school and college.  We work with children, young people, families and other organisations. Our priority is to support the health and wellbeing of children in Southampton by promoting good health. We work with…

Sexual health

Sexual health is not just about using contraception or avoiding infections. Sexual health means enjoying the sexual activity you want without causing yourself or anyone else suffering, physical or mental harm. Making positive choices about contraception and sexual health is important not just for your…
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