Guest blog: Making each day a happy one

Beth Bretherton, a Young Health Champion based in Wigan, explains how the RSPH Level 2 Award for Young Health Champions has helped her overcome her illness and support other young people

New photography series aims to change the way we think about health

RSPH and the Health Foundation have jointly unveiled a new photography commission that aims to broaden the way the public and policy makers alike think about health and wellbeing

Britain’s unhealthiest high streets revealed: Northern towns and cities top the rankings for unhealthiest high streets

RSPH has published a league table ranking 70 of Britain’s major towns and cities by the impact of their high streets on the public’s health and wellbeing

London’s unhealthiest high streets revealed: Borough of Haringey is home to the best and the worst

RSPH has published a league table ranking 146 of London’s high streets based on their impact on the public’s health and wellbeing

Guest blog: My Scroll free September

Rachel Bunting, 28 year old yoga loving, travel fanatic and (former) social media addict, shares her experience of Scroll Free September

Philip Morris draws criticism from public health community over new anti-smoking ad campaign

Tobacco company Philip Morris International has launched the Hold my Light campaign, in a move it says is an important next step in its aim to ultimately stop selling cigarettes

Champions of health and wellbeing celebrated at RSPH Awards 2018

The public health community came together on Thursday 18 October at the RSPH Awards 2018 to celebrate outstanding contributions to championing the public’s health

Peter Baker recognised by RSPH for Outstanding Contribution to Championing the Public’s Health

Peter Baker, men’s health campaigner and Campaign Director for HPV Action, was presented with the third annual Outstanding Contribution to Championing the Public’s Health Award at the RSPH Awards 2018

Public Health journal - October 2018 issue out now

The October 2018 issue of Public Health is now available with new papers spanning a wide range of topics

Guest blog: Is childhood across Britain in crisis?

Sir Albert Aynsley-Green, the former first children’s commissioner for England now Visiting Professor of Advocacy for Children and Childhood at Nottingham Trent University and Professor Emeritus of Child Health at University College London, discusses the need for public health to be at the forefront of efforts to support children and young people to thrive