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This report shows that half a glass of wine or a small beer a day increases the risk of breast cancer. It also backs up research showing that regular intensive exercise can reduce the risk of the…
 
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Are you aged 35 and over and a smoker without a diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)or asthma? Book a free lung health check now.
 
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Disadvantaged social groups have greater alcohol-attributable harms compared with individuals from advantaged areas for given levels of alcohol consumption, even after accounting for different…
 
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This fact sheet reports the results of the ASH Smokefree GB surveys on the use of e-cigarettes among adults in Great Britain.
 
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Describes alcohol consumption data for adults aged 16 years and above in Great Britain, based on self-reported survey data.
 
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Systematic review with meta-analysis showing physical exercise improved cognitive function in the over 50s, regardless of the cognitive status of participants.
 
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Although many rural areas are, in general, affluent, this is not true of all rural areas (the ‘north/south divide' can be seen in the countryside as well as in cities). Within the most affluent…
 
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Case studies showing how public health and the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector (VCSE) are working together to make a real difference to people's health and wellbeing.
 
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Annual compilation of case studies showing how local authorities continue to make progress on improving health and wellbeing and tackling health inequalities. This year's report highlights some of…
 
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Providing women with extra organised support helps them breastfeed their babies for longer. Breastfeeding support may be more helpful if it is predictable, scheduled, and includes ongoing visits.
 
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