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A tax on sugar sweetened beverages has been welcomed by medical and public health organisations as ‘fabulous news for children and families’.
Charity Beat have helped launched this year's National Eating Disorders Awareness Week (22-28 Feb) highlighting the importance of eating disorder screenings with the slogan “3 Minutes Can Save a Life: Get Screened. Get Help. Get Healthy”.
Fizzy drink companies should put child-friendly labels on the front of their products spelling out the sugar content in teaspoons, in a bid to beat tooth decay and child obesity, councils say.
The latest National Maternity Review from NHS England has set out recommendations for how maternity services in England should change over the next five years including some "radical elements".
A Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) report in June 2015 showed more than 107,000 prosecutions for violence in the year to April, "primarily" against women. In this guest blog independent early help and MASH Consultant Marisa de Jager considers the common theme of the use of the internet to contact potential victims and post indecent images and messages.
Watch video highlights from Dr Liz Greensheet at JFHC Professional Manchester, where she presents a seminar titled Life-long health starts with the 1st 1,000 days. It discusses the importance of breastfeeding during the first 1,000 days, the role of protein in long-term health and implications for formula development.