Welcome to the latest edition of PHE’s Health Matters, a resource for local authorities and health professionals, which for this edition focuses on preventing infections and reducing antimicrobial resistance (AMR).
In recent years our understanding of HIV has improved greatly with real advances occurring in HIV treatment and prevention. Today, the death rate among people with HIV who are diagnosed promptly and on treatment is comparable to the rest of …
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a key focus right across the health sector. It is estimated that 5,000 deaths are caused every year in England because antibiotics no longer work for some infections and this figure is set to rise, with …
Over the past few years PHE has been involved in investigating the various threats climate change is likely to have on health in the UK.
On World Diabetes Day, we reflect on some successful work to transform some of the food and drink we buy and consume as the programme gains further momentum.
Worklessness is a key priority for PHE. Evidence suggests that having a job is one of the most effective ways to stay healthy.
Recently a new resource was launched which tells the story of people living with and affected by HIV which offers a different kind of insight.
PHE has published our annual alcohol and drug treatment statistics for 2016-17. These are based on data collected by the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) from alcohol and drug services across England.
This Mouth Cancer Action Month, we look at the ways dental health teams can help their patients to reduce their mouth cancer risk.