Healthy Living

The Brant County Health Unit supports Health Canada guidelines for Active Living, Healthy Aging, Injury Prevention, Mental Health, and Nutrition.

By incorporating more movement into your daily life, you will be supporting your health through Active Living.

Today’s seniors are living longer than their parents did. The key to good health in later life is prevention. You can learn more about this on our Healthy Aging page.

There are ways to avoid injury at work, rest and play. Learn more about how to make your lifestyle injury-proof, on our Injury Prevention page.

Good food is the key to good physical health. Visit our page on Nutrition for more information on how to access healthy eating advice.

The Canadian Dermatology Association recommends sun safety every day to help prevent the long-term consequences of too many harmful rays. Visit our sun safety page for more tips on how to stay sun safe all year long. 

The Brant County Health Unit has provided helpful information and resources on our School Health page for parents. Resources provided include public health resources, community resources, and links to other useful websites.

Your mental health is every bit as important as your physical health. Now more than ever, resources are available to support you and the people you love as you go through life’s stresses. Visit our page on Mental Health to learn more.