Archives for October 2013

Research finds cycling in England increases following flagship government investment

Cycling initiatives in England have had a positive effect on the numbers of people cycling to work, including among those from the most deprived areas, according to a new study published in Social Science & Medicine.Researchers at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, in partnership with CEDAR and the MRC Epidemiology Unit used census […]

New Evidence Brief: Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people

Announcing a new Evidence Brief from CEDAR:Multiple social ties and healthy eating in older people Findings from the EPIC-Norfolk study Supporting an ageing population is a key health challenge for the twenty-first century. Around half of those over seventy-five now live alone, and social isolation can affect their health. New research from CEDAR is adding to […]