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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(1.) Royal Society for Public Health, "#StatusOfMind: Social Media and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing," https://www.rsph.org.uk/our-work/campaigns/status-of-mind.html (accessed January 5, 2019).
THE Royal Society for Public Health and GambleAware have joined forces to establish a Gambling Health Alliance.
C'est le cas notamment d'une etude britannique menee par une equipe de chercheurs de Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) aupres des jeunes ages entre 14 et 24 ans, qui a revele que certains reseaux sociaux ont un impact particulierement negatif sur la sante mentale de ses utilisateurs.
In a recent report, research by the Royal Society for Public Health (RPSPH) found it was the fifth unhealthiest city in Britain.
Research by the Royal Society for Public Health (RPSPH) found residents living in towns where high streets are packed with bookies and off-licences die younger than those with pharmacies.
Research from the Royal Society for Public Health and Slimming World found one in three of us fall victim to coffee shop and fast-food restaurant upselling.
The plan has the support of Shirley Cramer, the chief executive of the Royal Society for Public Health.
Social media applications - CC/Pexels CAIRO - 28 January 2018: Instagram is the worst social media platform for mental health and wellbeing, a report by #StateofMind in 2017 based on a survey conducted by the Royal Society for Public Health where almost 1,500 teens and young adults participated in, concluded.
A report from the Royal Society for Public Health found that social media use is linked with increased rates of anxiety, depression and poor sleep in young people.
The Royal Society for Public Health found a third add chips to a meal or get a bigger coffee because of marketing.
NEW research from the Royal Society for Public Health reveals us to be a nation of sleep-deprived zombies.

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