RSPH calls for dangerous FA rights deal with Bet365 to be scrapped

RSPH is calling for the Football Association (FA) to urgently U-turn its decision to sell FA Cup broadcast rights to betting firm, Bet365.

Perspectives in Public Health journal - January issue out now

The January 2020 issue of Perspectives in Public Health is now available with new papers spanning a wide range of topics

Top 20 public health achievements of the 21st century

Smoking ban tops ranking as RSPH unveils greatest 20 public health achievements of the 21st century

Christmas Call of Duty for loot boxes and skin betting to be legally-recognised forms of gambling for under 18s

The high-stakes relationship between gambling and young people’s health and wellbeing

RSPH welcomes research on activity equivalent calorie labelling

RSPH welcomes new research on novel food labelling as a way to encourage healthier choices.

RSPH launches public health podcast, 'RSPH in Conversation With'

RSPH has launched a podcast series aiming to look into various public health issues through discussions with expert guests

What’s the link between sauerkraut and mental wellbeing?

Xenia Koumi, Business Healthy programme lead at the City of London Corporation’s Public Health team, explains the work the City is doing to improve and support the mental wellbeing of people in the Square Mile

Guest blog: A register on the up

David Kidney, Chief Executive of UK Public Health Register, explains the importance of the organisation for the public health community and its future.

The nine moments for hygiene – when cleanliness really matters

New research shows how confused we have become about our microbial world and why this needs to be urgently addressed

Guest blog: How to help convenience stores sell healthier food

Nora Blascsok, Communications and Web Officer, and Dr Rosalind Sharpe, Research Fellow and Project Lead at the Food Research Collaboration, explain their work looking into how to encourage healthier food retail environments.