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World Health Organisation news

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that the majority of adolescents worldwide are not sufficiently physically active, putting their current and future health at ... More
It’s no secret that humans need more than just a roof over their heads to be happy. According to a report recently published by the ... More
TV journalist and presenter Dr Michael Mosley has been announced as a keynote speaker for this year’s inaugural Elevate Conference in London. Mosley, who presents ... More
Healthy, radiant skin, glowing with life, has never had so many fans. Yet the pollution that dulls and dirties it has also never been greater... ... More
Myzone has launched a sports bra with built in fitness tracking technology. The Myzone Sports Bra with integrated training technology, launched at the Las Vegas ... More
Close to 200 UNESCO member states have adopted a revised International Charter for Physical Education, Physical Activity and Sport which aims to improve physical activity ... More
Exercising more, losing weight and drinking less could slash the the number of Britons getting cancer by 84,000 a year, according to health experts. New ... More
The World Health Organisation has sets its sights on overcoming the growing physical inactivity epidemic by outlining a 10-year strategy to get Europeans moving more. ... More
The Rio de Janeiro water which athletes will be swimming and sailing in for the 2016 Olympic Games contains so much human faeces that competitors ... More
Physical activity experts and other relevant stakeholders are being asked to submit their views on a World Health Organisation (WHO) investigation into ending childhood obesity. ... More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued new guidelines on sugar consumption that say adults and children from most countries in the world should roughly ... More
Around a quarter of preventable cancers in the United States are thought to be impacted by people either being obese or overweight, or being physically ... More
Major stakeholders at the Medical & Wellness Tourism Summit 2014 in New Delhi, India, discussed the need for a national accreditation body for the sector, ... More
Technology developer X-Doria has created a new piece of wearable kit allowing parents to set physical activity goals for their children, also enabling them to ... More
The European Court of Justice is considering a test case which could oblige employers to treat obesity as a disability, potentially leaving them with a ... More
Three quarters of British men will be overweight or obese by 2030 because of current levels of inactivity and poor diets, according to a study ... More
US-based educational entertainment developer LeapFrog has unveiled one of the first wearable activity trackers designed for children. Given the increasing concern surrounding levels of childhood ... More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned that obesity and overweight are set to become “the new norm” throughout Europe due to a “deadly” epidemic ... More
The increasing use of tobacco, consumption of alcohol and highly processed foods and a lack of physical activity are to contribute to a global surge ... More
A new weight management programme to help participants break the 'yo-yo' cycle of short term diets will be launched across North Country Leisure centres in ... More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has announced that Cork, Ireland, has become one latest cities to receive "Healthy City" status for its work to promote ... More
Organisers of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games have unveiled plans to impose a 'blanket ban' on smoking in a bid to protect more than 155,000 ... More
Sports trust Freedom Leisure has become the latest operator to remove all sunbeds from its leisure centres. The operator, which manages 19 leisure and fitness ... More
Health club operator and management contractor Parkwood leisure has become the latest operator to remove all sunbeds from its sites. According to Andrew Holt, managing ... More
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has voiced its concerns over the sponsorship deal between a prestigious ATP tennis tournament and Imperial, one of the largest ... More
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