Application of Bayesian models to vital statistics data from 21 industrialized countries shows that approximately 206,000 additional people died than if the COVID-19 pandemic had not occured. The heterogeneous distribution of excess deaths across...
Objective To examine primary school and local authority characteristics associated with registration for The Daily Mile (TDM), an active mile initiative aimed at increasing physical activity in children.
Design A cross-sectional linkage study using...
An interim report from the largest community COVID-19 testing programme has found a high infection prevalence and that cases have continued to rise.
Imperial School of Public HealthThe latest findings from our REACT programme estimates that 1 in 200 people across England have the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
➡️ the biggest rise in cases was found in those aged over 65
➡️ Young people continue to have highest rate of infection (1 in 100)
Exploring a new age for health. The NHS has adapted to the COVID-19 outbreak at an impossible rate, but will the spirit of transformation stick and what can we expect from a future healthcare system shaped by the pandemic?
Intervening on risk factors for noncommunicable diseases (including cancer) in industrialized countries could achieve a reduction of between 30% and 40% of premature deaths. In the meantime, the need to intervene against the threat of climate change...