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Kate Oldridge-Turner highlights the non-negotiable areas for the UK government's 10-year cancer plan
Barbados recently doubled a tax on sugary drinks to tackle the growing burden of disease. Maggie Wetzel explores what spurred Barbados into action.
As the world marks World Obesity Day 2022, we take a closer look at how the rising trends of obesity could impact cancer prevalence
After a busy week at the WHO 150th Executive Board, here are our five takeaways from the bumper agenda
The Policy and Public Affairs team’s new year resolution for 2021 pledged to keep everyone updated on what we’ve been up to through blogs, vlogs and social media. As 2021 draws to a close, we reflect on our achievements
The civil society-led nationwide campaign requesting Congress approve the draft bill on front-of-pack labeling had the slogan "Don't be blinded"
Why aren't people more active? Margarita Kokkorou explores how the World Health Organization's Fair Play approach is encouraging the world to move more
How will those involved at the UN Food Systems Summit (UNFSS) commit to transforming how our food is produced, transported, sold and consumed?
Despite significant efforts to raise awareness on the importance of breastfeeding, current rates are alarmingly low, with many mothers and babies missing out on its benefits
It's the first anniversary of the UK’s latest obesity strategy. What progress has been made and what other opportunities for public policy were catalysed by COVID-19?