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Kath Sharman, founder of a well-established obesity intervention programme, has said that recent evaluations have shown that encouraging positive social interaction is one of the key steps to devising a successful obesity programme.
Our latest special edition of the Journal of Family Health commemorates bringing our loyal health care professional readership five decades of news and articles relevant to their working lives.
Lower social cohesion among neighbours and higher crime rates contribute to increased rates of psychotic symptoms among urban children, a new study from researchers at Duke University in North Carolina, USA, and King’s College London has found.
Today’s MBRRACE-UK Perinatal Mortality Surveillance Report shows that, in 2014 as in 2013, 15 babies died every day before, during or within 4 weeks of birth.
Christian Berg, CEO of NetClean discusses the rising problem of crime relating to live-streamed child sexual abuse and how it is becoming increasingly difficult health professional to detect because cases are taking place simultaneously around the world.
Dr Jane Wilcock, a GP at Silverdale Medical Practice, Salford CCG, considers the importance of managing female obesity and its impacts on contraception, conception, pregnancy, neonatal and cancer risk.