Tag Archives: Chief Medical Officer: Professor Dame Sally Davies

Physical Activity Guidelines (BBC News / DHSC)

Summary Physical activity helps to protect against various chronic conditions, including Type 2 diabetes (by 40%), coronary heart disease (by 35%) and depression (by 30%), according to guidance from the four UK Chief Medical Officers. Full Text Link Reference Strengthen … Continue reading

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Benefits of Low-Intensity Activity (Bazian / BMJ / BBC News)

Summary Evidence supports the common-sense view that any type of activity is beneficial for avoiding premature mortality. Conversely, long periods of inactivity and sitting are deleterious to health. Full Text Link Reference ‘Sit less, move more’ may be key advice … Continue reading

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Chief Medical Officer’s Report: Health 2040 – Better Health Within Reach (DHSC / BBC News)

Summary The latest annual report from Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England expects a health revolution (sic), with a more prominent re-positioning of healthier lifestyles in society, by 2040: “The environment we live in must … Continue reading

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Health Benefits From Muscle and Bone Strengthening Exercises and Balance Activity (BBC News / PHE / Centre for Ageing Better / NHS England)

Summary A review commissioned by Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better indicates that muscle and bone strengthening, and balance activities, bring health benefits for adults of all ages, including older adults. Poor muscle strength increases the risk … Continue reading

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Pollution of All Types: A Broad Review of the Health Implications (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary The Chief Medical Officer’s latest annual report summarises the latest emerging evidence about all types of pollution. The press release talks of four main topics: Pollution arising from healthcare. Pollution and health inequalities. Emerging pollution-related issues. Pollution measurement and … Continue reading

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Chief Medical Officer’s Generation Genome Report (BBC News / Department of Health)

Summary The latest annual report from Professor Dame Sally Davies, the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England unveils a “genomic dream” vision, whereby whole genome screening (WGS) might soon become standard practice in the NHS, much like blood tests and biopsies. … Continue reading

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