Journal of Public Health in the news
Read recent articles from the Journal of Public Health that have featured in the news.
Mental health inequalities among gay and bisexual men in England, Scotland and Wales: a large community-based cross-sectional survey
By Ford Hickson, Calum Davey, David Reid, Peter Weatherburn, and Adam Bourne
This article received coverage in the The Independent , Daily Mail , and The Huffington Post
Non-prescription medicine misuse, abuse and dependence: a cross-sectional survey of the UK general population
By Niamh A. Fingleton, Margaret C. Watson, Eilidh M. Duncan, and Catriona Matheson
This article received coverage in the Medical Daily , Medical News Today , and Medical Xpress
Quantifying the contribution of utility cycling to population levels of physical activity: an analysis of the Active People Survey
By Glenn Stewart, Nana Kwame Anokye, and Subhash Pokhrel
This article received coverage in the Evening Standard
Exploring equity in uptake of the NHS Health Check and a nested physical activity intervention trial
By S. Attwood, PhD Student, K. Morton, Career Development Fellow and S. Sutton, Professor
This article received coverage in Primary Health Care
Who are the obese? A cluster analysis exploring subgroups of the obese
By M.A. Green, M. Strong, F. Razak, S.V. Subramanian, C. Relton, and P. Bissell
This article received coverage in The Independent , Guardian and The Daily Mail .
A qualitative study of the impact of the UK ‘bedroom tax’
By S. Moffatt, S. Lawson, R. Patterson, E. Holding, A. Dennison, S. Sowden, and J. Brown
This article received coverage in The Guardian .
The impact of tuition fees amount on mental health over time in British students
By T. Richardson, P. Elliott, and R. Roberts
This article received coverage in Times Higher Education and University of Southampton
Have winter fuel payments reduced excess winter mortality in England and Wales?
By J. Iparraguirre
This article received coverage in MSN online and Western Morning News.
Poorer mental health in UK bisexual women than lesbians: evidence from the UK 2007 Stonewall Women's Health Survey
By Lisa Colledge, Ford Hickson, David Reid, and Peter Weatherburn
This article received coverage in The Daily Mail , Medscape
Regular self-weighing to promote weight maintenance after intentional weight loss: a quasi-randomized controlled trial
By Claire D. Madigan, Paul Aveyard, Kate Jolly, John Denley, Amanda Lewis, and Amanda J. Daley.
This article received coverage in The Daily Mail .
Why fat taxes won't make us thin
By Laura Cornelsen, Rosemary Green, Alan Dangour, and Richard Smith.
This article received coverage in The Huffington Post .
Meta-analysis of the association between secondhand smoke exposure and stroke
By I.P. Oono, D.F. Mackay, and J.P. Pell
This article received coverage in The Telegraph .
Calorie information in fast food restaurants used by 40 percent of 9-18 year olds when making food choices
By H. Wethington, L.M. Maynard, and H.M. Blanck
This article received coverage in Medical Xpress , Medical News Today , and Medical Daily .
Primary care factors associated with cervical screening coverage in England
By Ji Young Bang, Ghasem Yadegarfar, Michael Soljak, and Azeem Majeed
The relationship between subjective wellbeing, low income and substance use among schoolchildren in the north west of England: a cross-sectional study
By Siobhan Farmer and Barbara Hanratty