We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
With the Social Progress Imperative, we've developed the first neighbourhood level, health-focused social progress index of its kind.
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Children's health and food
Five years on from the implementation of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL), we catch up with Ben Reynolds and Kat Jenner for their reflections on the impact of the levy, and whether this success could be mirrored in other product reformulation.
Louise Foreman and Nikita Sinclair, Portfolio Managers, Children’s Health and Food programme, explain why we should expand free school meals for all.
Research and development
Dominique Barron, Design Researcher at Promising Trouble, explores how affordable access to the internet can help close the health inequality gap.
We’ve picked out four priorities we think the Government should be considering in the lead up to the Spring Budget.
Health effects of air pollution
Oliver Lord, Head of Clean Cities Campaign UK, explains how the #ThisIsAwkward campaign aimed to improve air quality and people’s health.
In the first half of our ten-year programme, we have learned so much about how to effectively talk about this work to improve children’s health and diets. To reflect this, we have decided to change the childhood obesity programme’s name.
Multiple long-term conditions
Economic figures are moving in the right direction; but they only scratch the surface of what’s happening in deprived communities.
Our Portfolio Manager, Gabrielle Allen, reflects on her time at a workshop all about bridging the gap between research and communities.
Carbon emissions aren’t just contributing to climate change. Kate Langford writes for New Statesman.
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