Our online and telephone health polls reveal that more than 86% of Londoners think that they eat healthily and more than 65% think that they exercise enough.
Health & Communities
Good health means we can enjoy a fulfilling and happy life. City Hall has a role in ensuring that Londoners from all backgrounds are able to lead a healthy lifestyle.
The London Health Board, NHS and local councils are currently working to deliver the recommendations of the London Health Commission. They believe that the more involved Londoners are in decisions about health, the better health and healthcare will be.
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Our surveys show that Talk Londoners are more willing to use the internet to access health services than Londoners in general. It’s inevitable that access to health care will be digitalised more in the future to make access easier and faster.
I would like to see transport links between hospitals being run down and new appointed hospital.
This seems to be left blank in ealing, and some areas need 3 hours to meet an appointment.This is not right for an 8 mile journey,WHO IS TO TRY THIS FROM TFL.
The Health Commission are looking at ways people can have more control over their health and how they access health services.
I hear from my niece that cycling through Tower Hamlets is problematic due to Muslim harassment. Is this area not part of British soil? They seem to think she is trespassing..
Every child up to the age of 7 will get free school lunches from next September. This universal benefit was announced today (18 September) by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, after children in areas with free lunches were shown to be two months ahead of their peers in maths and literacy.
Immediately after the 2012 Games many were full of inspiration and good intentions to exercise and play sport regularly. Did you take up any new activities? Are you still active regularly now that we are approaching a year from the start of the Games?
Back in my other life of ignorance and low awareness, someone would pay me a compliment and I would feel terribly embarrassed about it; as though I did not deserve it. They might say how wonderful I looked in that smashing dress, etc.
My daughters are teenagers who have been educated in the state sector. They attended 2 different primary schools where sport provision was not much more than balancing on wooden benches in the hall if it was wet and playing rounders if it was dry.