Royal Society for Public Health


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Royal Society for Public Health

An independent UK charity dedicated to furthering public health, formed from the 2008 merger of the Royal Society of Health (RSH) and the Royal Institute of Public Health (RIPH). The RSPH runs conferences in food safety, water, infection control and occupational medicine, as well as an accreditation service for health and safety related products, and manages the second largest food-packaging certification scheme in the UK.
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lt;B The Royal Society for Public Health says the marketing ploy of 'upselling' is having a negative effect on our waistlines and our future health
The study by the Royal Society for Public Health found travelling to and from work is associated with stress, higher blood pressure and an increased body mass index.
The Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) made the call after a small poll found that almost one in four 13 to 18-year-olds had ordered a takeaway to their school.
NEW research from the Royal Society for Public Health reveals us to be a nation of sleep-deprived zombies.
As the Royal Society for Public Health has pointed out, nicotine use itself can be usefully compared to caffeine consumption: dependence-producing but not a significant cause of disease.
A new report from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) outlines plans for a range of different occupations including Allied Health Professionals, cleaners and hairdressers to support efforts to improve the publics health.
KARACHI -- In recognition of Lifebuoys efforts towards uplifting community health, the Royal Society for Public Health, represented by Claire McDonald visited Rahim Charan, a village adopted by Lifebuoy under its Help a Child Reach 5 program.
PRESTON, MIDDLESBROUGH and Coventry have the 'unhealthiest' High Streets in the UK, according to a report published last week (March 26) by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH).
Boecker Food Safety, a registered training center with Royal Society for Public Health - RSPH and Chartered Institute of Environmental Health - CIEH, provides food hygiene training recognized by the leading regulatory bodies worldwide.
The Royal Society for Public Health polled 2000 people to find out what they knew about the calories in alcohol and found that the vast majority had little idea.
STUDENTS WHO TRAINED with Verner Wheelock Associates 01756 700802, a specialist training company for the food industry based in Skipton, North Yorkshire, scooped fifty percent of the qualification awards at the recent Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) Conference and Awards Ceremony.
The session, titled "Royal Society of Public Health Annual Lecture: Health Reform: A Global Perspective," will feature Fiona Sim, MBBS, MSc, LLM, of the Royal Society for Public Health and Howard Koh, MD, MPH, assistant secretary for health in the U.

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