Tag Archives: Action on Sugar

Midlife Approaches to Reducing Dementia Risk (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has produced an online resource on the various approaches to reducing the prevalence and incidence of dementia. There are statistics indicating the scale of the challenge, and a summary of the risk factors that can … Continue reading

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Public Health England’s “One You” Campaign (BBC News / PHE / NHS OneYou)

Summary Public Health England’s “One You” campaign is about engaging patients and the public concerning the various practical steps it is possible to take to avoid preventable disease. It is estimated that the NHS wastes more than £11 billion per … Continue reading

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Public Health England Business Plan for 2014/15 (Public Health England)

Summary The Public Health England business plan for 2014 and 2015 defines PHE’s core functions, discusses achievements so far, and lists plans for the next year to protect and improve the public’s health and reduce health inequalities. Full Text Link … Continue reading

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Obesity Risk a Dementia Time Bomb? (BBC News / UK Health Forum / European Congress on Obesity / NHS Choices / WHO / BMJ)

Summary Previous research in 2011 has shown that being overweight in middle age increases the risk of developing dementia. Data presented today at the European Congress on Obesity suggests slowing the rise in obesity could help to cut the rising rates of dementia. … Continue reading

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