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New project to tackle tanning perceptions in young people, offering crucial boost to sun-safety education in Wales

Written by | 15 Jun 2024

A Swansea University-led project hopes to help stop the concerning rise of skin cancer in Wales by exploring current perceptions of tanning in children, parents/carers, and educators. The… read more.

Aston University research finds that social media can be used to increase fruit and vegetable intake in young people

Written by | 28 Apr 2024

Researchers from Aston University have found that people following healthy eating accounts on social media for as little as two weeks ate more fruit and vegetables and less… read more.

National survey indicates more young adults begin tobacco use with vaping, not cigarettes

Written by | 20 Nov 2023

Young adults are now more likely to vape than to use traditional cigarettes. After years of public health success in decreasing the numbers of people using cigarettes, researchers… read more.

UK’s young people at risk of leaving school without vital knowledge of reproductive health, study finds

Written by | 16 Jul 2023

Pupils in the UK are not learning about potentially life-changing issues such as endometriosis, infertility, and miscarriage, according to a new study of curricula in science and in… read more.

1 billion + young people potentially at risk of hearing loss from headphones, earbuds, loud music venues

Written by | 25 Nov 2022

More than 1 billion teens and young people are potentially at risk of hearing loss because of their use of headphones and earbuds and attendance at loud music… read more.

Largest ever study of tobacco content on social media links exposure to tobacco use

Written by | 12 Jul 2022

People who have viewed tobacco content on social media are more than twice as likely than non-viewers to report using tobacco and, among those who have never used… read more.

Frequent cannabis use by young people linked to decline in IQ

Written by | 11 Feb 2021

A study has found that adolescents who frequently use cannabis may experience a decline in Intelligence Quotient (IQ) over time.

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