Lifestyle drift – a new concept?

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Can the sociology of social problems help us to understand and manage ‘lifestyle drift’? Carey, G et al (2016) Health Promotion International   Abstract: Lifestyle drift is increasingly seen as a barrier to broad action on the social determinants of … Continued

Good news on Sugar App

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More than one million people have downloaded Public Health England’s new Sugar App as reported in Duncan Selbie’s weekly message in January.   Public Health England: Friday message from Duncan Selbie on January 22nd More than one million people have … Continued

Putting household water treatment products to the test

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Globally, an estimated 1.9 billion people rely on water supplies that are contaminated with faeces. WHO’s new International Scheme to Evaluate Household Water Treatment (HWT) Technologies ensures that products used to treat water in homes are effective in protecting health. … Continued

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