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Forming a picture of health

Forming a picture of health

However, and given that biology is not itself the most important thing, the risk factors - and their impact on mortality - are actually pretty simple: smoking is the biggest of them, closely

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  • A healthy challenge A healthy challenge

    These risk factors, such as unbalanced diets, inactivity, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking need to be addressed.

  • On the road with the millennial HCP On the road with the millennial HCP

    This guy's engine's smoking like Etna. Andy thinks we might be able to find a YouTube tutorial to help us fix it.”.

  • The doctor will see you now? The doctor will see you now?

    as infant mortality, heart fatality, smoking and access to cancer care, to mention but a few.

  • A better direction A better direction

    It's like trying to establish what causes cancer but only focusing on smoking as the single risk factor.

  • Pharma deals in June 2015 Pharma deals in June 2015

    Acquisition - company. 200. Eolas Therapeutics/ AstraZeneca. Orexin-1 Receptor Antagonist (EORA) programme for smoking cessation and other indications (preclinical).

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  • ABPI names NHS partnership manager ABPI names NHS partnership manager

    Tugnet managed a specialist healthcare development team at Nicoventures, which markets nicotine products for use in smoking cessation.

  • Former UK health secretary joins Bupa board Former UK health secretary joins Bupa board

    Hewitt was Health Secretary under Prime Minister Tony Blair from 2005 to 2007, during which she oversaw a ban on smoking in public places and as well the much criticised Medical

  • Zeno Group appoints new UK healthcare director Zeno Group appoints new UK healthcare director

    During this time, she has gain experience covering therapy areas including allergy, cardiology, dental, diabetes, nutrition, skincare, smoking cessation, urology, vaccines, weight loss and wound care.

  • Ogilvy Brussels names new associate director Ogilvy Brussels names new associate director

    During her time with the group, she supported Pfizer with the design and implementation of the integrated 'Siga red' campaign, for smoking cessation, and she managed the 'Lights out' campaign for

  • Kane & Finkel announces new European director

    In addition, as director of communications for the UK's Health Education Authority, he also developed public health campaigns for AIDS, smoking cessation, childhood immunisation and heart disease.

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  • Health behaviour change: Getting patients to accept treatment

    knowing their attitudes, fears, hopes and desires. Smoking cessation, for example, may be ‘ giving up’ to one but ‘ taking on’ to another, so the job of doctors, HCPs and pharma is

  • Medicines personalised for Tom, Dick and Harry

    There is still a basic lack of understanding as to the causes of most human diseases; lots of smoking guns but little in the way of identifying the actual perpetrators.

  • Is obesity the new smoking?

    Is obesity the new smoking? Is obesity the new smoking? The healthcare PR team at Say communications analyses the question posed by NHS Chief executive Simon Stevens. ... He goes on to describes obesity as ‘ the new smoking’ – the biggest cause of

  • England may be losers, but is your health a winner?

    England may be losers, but is your health a winner? England is out of the 2015 rugby world cup, but is your health a winner? We lost; we’ re out of the world cup. It’ s a predictable state of affairs for an English sports fan. But is there a

  • Don't make me laugh!

    Funny adverts mitigate our fear – but by too much? Fear is often used to influence our behaviour, including to discourage smoking, promote sunscreen use, or encourage safe driving; however, instilling fear

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