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Survey finds kids more likely to be obese if their parents are

5th December 2018 17:25

Survey finds kids more likely to be obese if their parents are: The annual Health Survey for England (HSE) has revealed the children of obese parents are more likely to be obese themselves – and around three times more likely to be obese than children… Read more...


Happiness levels have declined for girls and young women, survey finds

10th October 2018 16:47

Happiness levels have declined for girls and young women: A large survey of girls and young women in the UK has revealed some interesting insight into their thoughts and experiences, with light shed on happiness and mental health.    The Girls… Read more...


Over half of Brits willing to share personal data with NHS to improve services, survey finds

3rd October 2018 15:53

Over half of Brits willing to share personal data with NHS to improve services: Ensuring our personal data is protected is of great importance to the majority of Brits, but it is essential to the development of Artificial Intelligence, say the authors of… Read more...


Survey reveals GPs unlikely to believe patients about alcohol intake

11th October 2018 15:46

Survey reveals GPs unlikely to believe patients’ about alcohol intake: Ever been asked by your GP about your alcohol consumption? Well, it’s possible they may double the amount that you tell them -- that’s according to recent research by… Read more...


New research sheds light on misconceptions of cancer causes

3rd May 2018 15:22

New research sheds light on misconceptions of cancer causes: A study carried out by University College London (UCL) and the University of Leeds, highlights the many beliefs people have around what can cause cancer.    The survey, part-funded… Read more...


Healthcare Assistants taking on additional roles often without training

3rd May 2018 15:19

Healthcare Assistants taking on additional roles often without training: A survey of healthcare assistants (HCAs) working in the NHS has revealed two thirds of workers are carrying out tasks that are usually the responsibility of nurses or other staff members,… Read more...


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