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10 Years On: New Evidence on TV marketing and Junk Food Consumption Amongst 11-19 Year Olds 10 Years After Broadcast Regulations

Thomas C. Hooper L. Petty R. Thomas F. Rosenberg G. Vohra J. Obesity, Cancer, Marketing, Advertising, Diet This report examines the association between television marketing and diet. Specifically, it tests whether commercial television is linked to consum ...

Making obesity everybody's business: A whole systems approach to obesity

Local Government Association, Public Health England and the Association of Directors of Public Health Obesity, Overweight, weight Management, Children and Young People's Health Obesity is a complex problem with a large number of different but often i ...

A 'Watershed' Moment- Why it's Prime Time to Protect Children from Junk Food Adverts

Obesity Health Alliance (OHA) Food and Drink Adverts, Child Health, Television Advertising, TV, Family Viewing, Fruit, Vegetables, Fast Food We have a childhood obesity epidemic with more than one in three children in England overweight or obese by the ti ...

A 'Watershed' Moment- Why it's Prime Time to Protect Children from Junk Food Adverts

Obesity Health Alliance (OHA) Food and Drink Adverts, Child Health, Television Advertising, TV, Family Viewing, Fruit, Vegetables, Fast Food We have a childhood obesity epidemic with more than one in three children in England overweight or obese by the ti ...

Adult Weight Management: Guidance for Commissioners and Providers

Public Health England (PHE) Weight, Overweight, Weight management, Obese, Diet This guide supports commissioners and providers of tier 2 adult weight management services, including: local authorities (LAs) clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) NHS institut ...

State of Child Health Report 2017

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) Child health, Infant mortality, Conception, Pregnancy, Early years, School, Family, Social environment, Childhood Nearly one in five children in the UK is living in poverty and inequality is blighting ...

Attitudes to Obesity: Findings from the 2015 British Social Attitudes Survey

10.14655/11971-1052122 Curtice J. Public Health England (PHE) Overweight, Obesity, Attitudes, Body image, Body Mass Index, BMI This paper presents new findings on attitudes in Britain towards obesity and what might be done to reduce its prevalence. Despit ...

CAP Consultation: food and soft drink advertising to children

CAP Diet, Food, Drink, High fat, Salt, Sugar, Nutrition, Child health Following a full public consultation, we are announcing tough new rules banning the advertising of high fat, salt or sugar (HFSS) food or drink products in children’s media. The rules w ...

National Child Measurement Programme: Changes in children's body mass index between 2006/7 and 2014/15

10.14655/11971-1036123 Public Health England (PHE) Overweight, Obesity, Excess weight, BMI, Deprived areas, Gender, Ethnicity Obesity prevalence shows a significant downward trend in both Reception boys and girls overall in the 2006/7 to 2014/15 period co ...

NDNS results from years 5 and 6 combined of the rolling programme for 2012 and 2013 to 2013 and 2014: report

Public Health England (PHE) and Food Standards Agency Diet, Nutrition, Overweight, Obesity, Child health, Sugar Content, Physical Activity. School, Diet, Eating habits, Fast Food, Takeaway, Unhealthy Food, Drink Results of the National Diet and Nutrition ...

Childhood obesity: a plan for action

Department of Health (UK) Overweight, Obesity, Child health, Sugar Content, Physical Activity. School, Diet, Eating habits, Fast Food, Takeaway, Unhealthy food, Drink The government’s plan to reduce England’s rate of childhood obesity within the next 10 y ...

Counting Calories: How under-reporting can explain the apparent fall in calorie intake

Harper, H. and Hallsworth, M., Behavioural Insights Overweight, Diet, Calorie intake, Eating habits, Physical activity Recently, several reports and media articles have noted that official statistics show a large decline in calorie consumption in the UK o ...

Vitamin D and Health

10.14655/743983-1012668 The Scientific Advisory Committee on Nutrition (SACN), Public Health England (PHE) Vitamin D, Diet, Dietary Recommendations, Nutrient, Vitamin Deficiency, Food, Supplement SACN reviewed the evidence on vitamin D and health to see i ...

AD BRAKE: Primary School Children's Perceptions of Unhealthy Food Advertising on TV

Camille Aznar, Andy MacGregor, Gillian Rosenberg, L auren Porter and Hayley Lepps, National Centre for Social Research and Cancer Research UK Being overweight or obese is the single biggest preventable cause of cancer after smoking and is associated with ...

The Child's Obesity Strategy

Royal Society for Public Health, the Youth Health Movement and Slimming World, Overweight, Obesity, Child health, School, Diet, Eating habits, Fast Food, Takeaway, Unhealthy food A new report, published by RSPH, the Youth Health Movement and Slimming Worl ...

The Eatwell Guide

10.14655/743983-977316 Public Health England (PHE) Healthy eating, Eating habit, Diet, Nutrition, Food, Balanced diet The Eatwell Guide is a policy tool used to define government recommendations on eating healthily and achieving a balanced diet. Obesity O ...

Building the foundations- tackling obesity through planning and development

Local Government Association (LGA) Overweight, Weight management, Obesity, Healthy-weight England has one of the highest rates of unhealthy weight of other western countries. The prevalence of obesity in England has more than doubled in the last 25 years. ...

Tipping the scales: Why preventing obesity makes economic sense

UK Health Forum and Cancer Research UK Obesity, Overweight, Cancer A new report from the UK Health Forum and Cancer Research UK has found that rising rates of obesity and overweight could lead to 700,000 new cancer cases in the UK, as well as millions of ...

Sporting Future- A New Strategy for an Active Nation

Department for Culture, Media & Sport and Tracey Crouch MP Sports, Sports participation, Exercise, Physical Activity This cross-government strategy will tackle head on the flatlining levels of sport participation and high levels of inactivity in this ...

Chief Medical Officer annual report 2014: women’s health

Department of Health Women's Health, Obesity, Later Life, Menopause, incontinence, Dysfunction The report examines women’s health in England and makes a range of recommendations to improve it. It identifies several missed opportunities for interventi ...

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