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The PublicHealth@Cambridge network is a multi-disciplinary community for public health research across Cambridge.
“Public health is the science and art of promoting and protecting the health and well-being of whole populations, preventing ill-health and prolonging life through the organised efforts of society.”
A comment piece in Nature discusses the potential health benefits that could arise from effective data sharing. The need to balance this with protecting research participants and providing credit to scientists who generate datasets is discussed. Data users are invited to complete an online survey to allow their experiences, successes and challenges to be used […]
A new study from the University of Cambridge suggests that mothers who breastfeed run a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s, with longer periods of breastfeeding further reducing the risk.
Results from two major cohort studies, led by the University of Cambridge and supported by the Medical Research Council, reveal that the number of people with dementia in the UK is substantially lower than expected because overall prevalence in the 65 and over age group has dropped.
New research from Professor Larry King and colleagues at the University of Cambridge Department of Sociology suggests that public health in developing countries may be better improved by reducing illiteracy rather than raising average income. Pro-market policies for developing countries have long been based on the belief that increasing average income is key to improving […]
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