A healthy lifestyle can help you decrease your risk of many diseases, deal with stress better and have more energy to enjoy life. Toronto Public Health provides information and support to help you make healthy choices.
Toronto Public Health (TPH) has partnered with the Toronto Public Library to increase your access to health information. Look for the Your Health Matters display in participating libraries across the city. You’ll find a variety of TPH recommended books and pamphlets for healthy living as well as information about free health programs provided by TPH nurses and dietitians.
Find information about breast, cervical, colorectal and skin health.
Learn about diabetes and how you can prevent or delay type 2 diabetes.
Information on nutrition services, healthy eating at various life stages, dining out, food shopping and more.
Information on the benefits of physical activity and ways to get more active every day.
Learn about preventing and quitting smoking, smoke-free laws and second-hand smoke.
Learn about funding opportunities and the prevention, harm reduction, treatment and enforcement of drugs.
Information on how to prevent falls and injuries in children and older adults.
Consultation, resources, clinical services and programming that promotes and celebrates healthy sexuality.
Information and services about mental health promotion, vulnerable adults and seniors and intimate partner violence.
Information and materials for newcomers and newcomer serving professionals.
Information, discussion and how to get involved in youth health issues.
Resources and information to support a Healthy Schools Approach.