Tag Archives: Irresponsible Drinking

Updated Health Survey for England (BBC News / NHS Digital)

Summary More health statistics, in the form of the annual Health Survey for England, from NHS Digital. This poll of 10,000 people is used to monitor changes in the nation’s general health Full Text Link Reference Is England a healthy … Continue reading

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Unsafe Drinking Among Elderly People? (BBC News / BMJ Open)

Summary Analysis of health records in London indicates that around one in five people aged over 65 who drink may be consuming alcohol at unsafe levels. Men were 60% of the drinkers recorded, but they made up 65% of the … Continue reading

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Public Health England’s Research and Innovation Strategy (PHE / NHS IQ)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) have released their strategy for research, development and innovation, following a consultation. The set of seven PHE priorities have been resolved across five broader high level strategic constructs. Topic headings in this report comprise: The … Continue reading

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Public Health England’s Annual Plan (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) have released their annual plan, which presents this organisation’s core functions and outlines intended actions for the coming year. “We … continue to support local authorities, the NHS and others to help people live longer, … Continue reading

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Public Health Reasearch Priorities and Related Developments (BBC News / PHE / NAO)

Summary A consultation document presents Public Health England (PHE)’s plans for research, development and innovation. The seven priorities are: Tackling obesity. Reducing smoking. Reducing harmful drinking. Ensuring every child has the best start in life. Reducing dementia risks. Tackling antimicrobial … Continue reading

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Protecting and Improving the Nation’s Health (PHE)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has published a strategic document which defines seven priorities for the next five years. Health professionals, local and national government, the voluntary and community sector and the public are invited to apply the latest evidence concerning … Continue reading

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Problem Drinking Doubles the Risk of Memory Problems in Later Life (BBC News / Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry)

Summary People with a history of problem drinking in middle age have double the risk of developing severe memory impairment in later life. Full Text Link Reference Briggs, H. (2014). Middle-aged drinking ‘impairs memory’. London: BBC Health News, July 30th … Continue reading

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