The future lies in the hands of our children so what could be more important than protecting them from harm? Morag MacKay explains what the aims are to prevent child injury following The European Public Health Association (EUPHA) conference.
Following the publication of a research article suggesting that for white middle-aged American’s, mortality is rising, we asked Wilson Compton, Deputy Director of NIDA, to tell us more.
Part 1 of 2 in their blog, authors of the paper ‘Why the war on drugs in sport will never be won’ published in Harm Reduction Journal, Bob Stewart and Aaron C.T. Smith, discuss the current policies to doping in sport and the zero-tolerance model dominating the thinking of sport’s policy makers.
Following Judith Galtry’s publication in International Breastfeeding Journal, here she blogs about strengthening the human rights framework to protect, promote and support breastfeeding, ensuring it is an option for working mothers all over the world.
European Review of Aging and Physical Activity is the official journal of the European Group for Research into Elderly and Physical Activity, and they have recently launched a challenge for young researchers in this field. Read on to find out more.
Today marks World Prematurity Day and here to tell us more is Mary Giammarino from the March of Dimes Foundation, an organization working to improve the health of mothers and babies.
Today marks World Prematurity Day and we’ve put together this eye-opening quiz for you to find out more about the research being carried out in this field.
Originally posted on International Rescue Committee’s website, Guillaume Labrecque writes about his experiences of health service delivery in eastern Congo following research published in Conflict and Health by himself and colleagues.