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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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Tobacco Use and Dementia (WHO / BBC News)

Summary This World Health Organization (WHO) document is part of a series of tobacco use knowledge summaries. It has been prepared with the help of Alzheimer’s Disease International, and summarises the current evidence. “Smokers have a 45% higher risk of … Continue reading

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Smoking Increases Risk of Stroke and Dementia (Public Health England)

Summary The Public Health England (PHE) “Smokefree Health Harms” campaign highlights the damage to health which can be caused by smoking. The inhalation of dangerous chemicals from cigarettes (such as arsenic and cyanide) can damage the vascular system and major organs, … Continue reading

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Significant Role of Physical Activity in Reducing Risk of Dementia (BBC News / PLoS One)

Summary A study spanning 35 years by Cardiff University, following 2,235 men from Caerphilly, has found a strong beneficial impact of life-long exercise in reducing the risk of developing dementia. The research team estimates that unhealthy living has accounted for around 10% of the NHS … Continue reading

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Secondhand Smoke / Passive Smoking and Dementia Risk (Occupational and Environmental Medicine / NHS Choices)

Summary The NHS Choices “Behind the Headlines” service has released a further critical appraisal concerning an investigation into smoking-related health risks and dementia. The cohort study in question investigated the possible relationship between environmental tobacco smoke (ETS) and the later … Continue reading

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