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  1. Inactivity caused by COVID-19 lockdowns risks chronic disease spike | …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/may/inactivity-caused-covid-19-lockdowns-risks-chronic-disease-spike

    20 May 2020: Disproportionate numbers of adults with chronic diseases and conditions, such as obesity, hypertension and lung disease, reduced their physical activity levels during the first weeks of the UK COVID-19 lockdown, according to a new study co-led led

    Disproportionate numbers of adults with chronic diseases and conditions, such as obesity, hypertension and lung disease, reduced their physical activity levels during the first weeks of the UK COVID-19 lockdown, according to a new study co-led led

  2. Who cares? Mum, dad, work and relationships | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/apr/who-cares-mum-dad-work-and-relationships

    22 Apr 2020: Who are the ‘sandwich generation’ of people caring for parents while in mid-life? Anne McMunn writes for our WorkLife blog on new research looking at whether our working lives and our relationships affect the likelihood that we will take on

    Who are the ‘sandwich generation’ of people caring for parents while in mid-life? Anne McMunn writes for our WorkLife blog on new research looking at whether our working lives and our relationships affect the likelihood that we will take on

  3. Pause before you post: social media classroom resource | Institute of …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/feb/pause-you-post-social-media-classroom-resource

    12 Feb 2020: The National Literacy Trust and ICLS launch a new resource to help promote conversations in the classroom about social media use, literacy and wellbeing.

    The National Literacy Trust and ICLS launch a new resource to help promote conversations in the classroom about social media use, literacy and wellbeing.

  4. What employers can do to Mitigate Increases in the State Pension Age…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/feb/what-employers-can-do-mitigate-increases-state-pension-age

    12 Feb 2020: In a blog produced for the Working Mums website, ICLS' David Blane, who, together with colleagues, has been looking into the potential health impacts of increases in the State Pension Age, has some food for thought for employers.

    In a blog produced for the Working Mums website, ICLS' David Blane, who, together with colleagues, has been looking into the potential health impacts of increases in the State Pension Age, has some food for thought for employers.

  5. Retirement: good for your mental health? | Institute of Epidemiology…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/feb/retirement-good-your-mental-health

    10 Feb 2020: Our WorkLife blog looks at research from Maria Fleischmann and colleagues showing, where workers have good working conditions early in their careers, they are likely to reap the rewards later on in respect of good mental health.

    Our WorkLife blog looks at research from Maria Fleischmann and colleagues showing, where workers have good working conditions early in their careers, they are likely to reap the rewards later on in respect of good mental health.

  6. No smoking in pregnancy: could giving up protect baby from broken…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2020/jan/no-smoking-pregnancy-could-giving-protect-baby-broken-bones

    30 Jan 2020: New research from ICLS' Scott Montgomery and colleagues in Sweden shows a link between mothers-to-be smoking and broken bones in babies up to the age of 12 months.

    New research from ICLS' Scott Montgomery and colleagues in Sweden shows a link between mothers-to-be smoking and broken bones in babies up to the age of 12 months.

  7. Time to help our children get a move on | Institute of Epidemiology…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2019/dec/time-help-our-children-get-move

    19 Dec 2019: New Child of our Time blog examines widening gender gap when it comes to children meeting recommended levels of activity

    New Child of our Time blog examines widening gender gap when it comes to children meeting recommended levels of activity

  8. Health and voter turnout: is there a link? | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2019/dec/health-and-voter-turnout-there-link

    19 Dec 2019: New research from ICLS asks whether being in poor health affects turnout at general elections in the UK

    New research from ICLS asks whether being in poor health affects turnout at general elections in the UK

  9. Is temporary employment bad for your health? | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2019/dec/temporary-employment-bad-your-health

    6 Dec 2019: Our WorkLife blog looks at new research from Rachel Sumner from the University of Gloucestershire and colleagues showing, where our health is concerned, we may actually be just as well off being unemployed as we are in an insecure job.

    Our WorkLife blog looks at new research from Rachel Sumner from the University of Gloucestershire and colleagues showing, where our health is concerned, we may actually be just as well off being unemployed as we are in an insecure job.

  10. Pause before you post! | Institute of Epidemiology & Health Care…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/epidemiology-health-care/news/2019/nov/pause-you-post

    6 Nov 2019: In the latest episode of The Lifecourse Podcast we ask what young people themselves think about social media and their mental health.

    In the latest episode of The Lifecourse Podcast we ask what young people themselves think about social media and their mental health.

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