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Sugar reduction: progress between 2015 and 2018

Public Health England Sugar Reduction, Food Industry, Soft Drinks Progress report on the sugar reduction programme between 2015 and 2018, principally for the food industry and public health bodies. Research and Evaluation Report ...

Minimum unit pricing – modelling study Northern Ireland (University of Sheffield)

University of Sheffield Alcohol In 2009, the Sheffield Alcohol Research Group (SARG) at Sheffield University developed the Sheffield Alcohol Policy Model version 2.0 (SAPM) to appraise the potential impact of alcohol policies, including different levels o ...

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 ...

The impact of community-based drug and alcohol treatment on re-offending. Joint experimental statistical report from the Ministry of Justice and Public Health England.

This experimental statistical report contains initial findings from a project that has linked data from the National Drug Treatment Monitoring System (NDTMS) held by Public Health England (PHE) with data on offenders held by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). ...

Cycle of Change: change promoter or benevolent fiction?

Prochaska and DiClementeâ?Ts ubiquitous â?~five stages of changeâ?T seems to offer a scientific system to guide clinicians and therapists on how to work with patients â?" how to recognise when someone is ready to commit to treatment (or if not to nud ...

Improving clinical responses to drug-related deaths. A summary of best practice and innovations from drug treatment providers.

. Collective Voice, NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance Drug treatment Collective Voice and the NHS Substance Misuse Provider Alliance (NHS SMPA) have worked together, with Public Health England's support, to produce a set of recommendations for pr ...

Preventing drug related deaths.

Drug-related deaths in the UK are rising and are a major concern to councils and our health partners. Deaths have increased sharply over the past five years and are now at their highest levels since records began. Any death related to the misuse of drugs ...

Accelerating Cancer Research- A strategy for collaboration between cancer research funders in the UK (2017-22)

Over the last 40 years cancer survival rates have more than doubled. Today, one in two people diagnosed with cancer will live for more than 10 years.1 Lives are being transformed. This is thanks to improvements in early diagnosis and treatment, coupled wi ...

Social Focus on Men

National Statistics UK Men's health, Education, Income, Lifestyle This report provides an overview of the changing lives and roles of men in the United Kingdom in terms of their health, work, income, education, family situation and lifestyle in 2001. ...

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 ...

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 ...

Annual fuel poverty statistics report: 2016

Department of Energy & Climate Change Household, Living conditions, Fuel poor The fuel poverty statistics report for 2016 includes: the latest statistics on the number of households living in fuel poverty, in England analysis of the composition of the ...

Nicotine without smoke: Tobacco harm reduction

Tobacco Advisory Group, Royal College of Physicians Smoke, Smoking, Nicotine, Smoking cessation, Addiction, Tobacco This report aims to provide a fresh update on the use of harm reduction in tobacco smoking, in relation to all non-tobacco nicotine product ...