With the heatwave still in place, doctors are urging people not to underestimate the risks of hot weather.
News today from the Met Office that the hot weather will now continue across the South East until Thursday, has prompted Public Health England to repeat its advice on how to beat the heat.
The local NHS is working across Portsmouth and south east Hampshire to increase the number of people with learning disabilities (LDs) who take up their free health-checks.
Women are being urged to do more to keep themselves safe from cancer, after a fall in the number of people have cervical cancer screening.
A progress report on plans to help transform GP services across south east Hampshire will be given to a public meeting in Fareham this week.
Four CCGs in Hampshire have announced that they are now working more closely together in a formal partnership which was established at the beginning of April.
With Easter nearly upon us, local GPs are advising patients to ensure they don’t go short of vital medication over the bank holiday period.
More than 1,500 people have already added their voices to the “Your Big Health Conversation” process.