Cold homes have a significant impact on people's health. One of the best ways of keeping yourself well during winter is to stay warm.
If you are an older person, a young child or have an ongoing health problem, cold winter weather can be bad for your health.
Colds and flu share some of the same symptoms (cough, sore throat), but are caused by different viruses
There are grants, benefits and sources of advice available to make your home more energy efficient, improve your heating or help with bills. It’s worthwhile claiming what you are entitled to.
Five ways to keep healthy and fit, no matter what the weather's like
Do you find it harder to roll out of bed in winter when the temperature drops and the mornings are darker?
Some health problems, such as asthma, sore throat and cold sores, are triggered or worsened by cold weather. Here's how to deal with cold weather ailments.
This article explains how you can help protect yourself and your children against flu this coming winter, and why it’s very important that people who are at increased risk from flu have their free flu vaccination every year.
Norovirus, which causes diarrhoea and vomiting, is one of the most common stomach bugs in the UK. It's also called the winter vomiting bug because it's more common in winter, although you can catch it at any time of the year.
Falls are the most common cause of accidental injury in older people and the most common cause of accidental death of people over the age of 75 in the UK.