The May 2016 edition of CEDAR Bulletin is out now. Read it here.
This issue includes:
- Dietary public health research and the food industry: towards a consensus?
- Neighbourhoods with more takeaways amplify social inequalities in eating
- Explore 13 year of food price changes in new CEDAR interactive
- Walking and cycling good for health even in cities with higher air pollution
- More cycling and walking – online cycle planning tool and iConnect study
- GoActive gets students in the picture to kicks off recruitment campaign
- Creating Active School Environments: stakeholder event 27 June 2016
- MRC Festival of Medical Research – Are you in a healthy place?
- Recent CEDAR publications
- Upcoming public health talks in Cambridge
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