Change4Life and Sugar Swaps

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According to Public Health England children in England are having around the equivalent of 2,800 sugar cubes more than they should each year, more than double the maximum recommended amount. Too much sugar is bad for children’s health. Most of … Continued

Social Determinants of Health: Call for Papers

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Health promotion emphasises the social determinants of health and the impact that these have on health behaviour and health outcomes. To this end we are pleased to announce a further call for papers for a special issue. The overview is: … Continued

IHPE Conference 2019

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Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing: Current Evidence and Practice. How Can I Contribute? Poster Presentations We would like to invite submissions for potential poster presentations at the Conference. Please submit an abstract of no more than 200 words outlining the … Continued

Alcohol Education

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If you work with young people or parents and carers you can visit the following websites for inspiration and advice: www.alcoholeducationtrust.org www.talkaboutalcohol.com You can download over 100 pages of games, lesson plans fact sheets and guidance free via: http://alcoholeducationtrust.org/teacher-area-download-teacher-workbook/ Guidance … Continued

Social Determinants of Health: Call for Papers

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Health promotion emphasises the social determinants of health and the impact that these have on health behaviour and health outcomes. To this end we are pleased to announce a further call from papers for a special issue. The overview is: … Continued

Cervical Cancer Campaign

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In response to low take up of cervical cancer tests a high profile campaign urging women to get tested will be launched by Public Health England early in 2019. The launch will tie in with the 10th anniversary of the … Continued

Global Estimates of Physical Activity in Adults

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More than a quarter of the world’s adult population were insufficiently active, in 2016, putting them at greater risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, dementia and some cancers, according to the first study to estimate global activity trends over … Continued

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