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Urban environment and mental health: the NAMED project, protocol for a mixed-method studyIntroductionMethods and analysisEthics and dissemination

Nawrot, Tim; Van Nieuwenhuyse, An; Remmen, Roy; Saenen, Nelly; Isabelle Thomas; Keune, Hans Source: BMJ Open, Volume 10, Issue 2 (2020) Abstract: Introduction Mental health issues appear as a growing ...

Tree pollen allergy risks and changes across scenarios in urban green spaces in Brussels, Belgium

counter allergy risks caused by other species and that are amplified by environmental change, highlighting the importance of careful tree species selection in urban green space policy and planning. Health ...

Benchmarking as a Public Health Strategy for Creating Healthy Food Environments: An Evaluation of the INFORMAS Initiative (2012-2020).

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Sacks, Gary; Kwon, Janelle; Stefanie Vandevijvere; Swinburn, Boyd Source: Annu Rev Public Health (2020) Abstract: Diet-related ...

Sociocultural Influences on Food Choices and Implications for Sustainable Healthy Diets.

2_suppl (2020) Abstract: BACKGROUND: The global policy discourse on sustainability and health has called for dietary transformations that require diverse, concerted actions from governments and ...

Shaping Physical, Economic, and Policy Components of the Food Environment to Create Sustainable Healthy Diets.

2_suppl (2020) Abstract: BACKGROUND: Sustainable healthy diets are those dietary patterns that promote all dimensions of individuals’ health and well-being; have low environmental pressure and impact; are ...

Food cost and adherence to guidelines for healthy diets: evidence from Belgium.

those guidelines. CONCLUSIONS: The cost of diets of Belgian people meeting healthy diet guidelines is greater than of those not meeting guidelines. Policies that make healthy diets more affordable are recommended. ...

Position paper on the use of an “estimated acceptable concentration” (EAC) as basis for a control policy's action level for carcinogens unintentionally present in food

Background In the absence of legal maximum limits, the competent authority may act if high contamination levels that endanger public health are identified. A pragmatic approach to identify whether a value is ...

The potential impact of an implemented income redistribution package on obesity prevalence in New Zealand.

between (absolute and relative) individual income and obesity prevalence. These associations were then used to model the potential effect of a New Zealand (NZ) Government’s income redistributive policy (the ...

Reitox national reporting to EMCDDA on drugs and drug addiction, 2020

at Sciensano. The annual reporting comprises of 10 Chapters: Chapter 1: Drug Policy Chapter 2: Legal Framework Chapter 3: Drug use in (the) (sub)population(s) Chapter 4: Prevention Chapter 5: Treatment Chapter 6: ...

Identifying implementation gaps and priorities for the Singapore government to improve food environment policies: perspectives from a local expert panel.

profiling and strengthening monitoring systems have the potential to positively influence environments across policy domains. Health Topics:  Health and disease monitoring Surveillance de la santé et des ...

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