This publication follows on from and updates an investigation completed in 2006/7, funded by the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
The risks to public health from exposure to emissions from shale gas extraction are low if operations are properly run and regulated, according to a PHE report. The report reviews the potential health impacts of shale gas extraction.
A new collaborative study, from Public Health England (PHE) and parenting club, Bounty, found infants have little contact with adolescents and spend more time with their mothers than anyone else, providing valuable information on the best strategies to protect this age group from infections.
A study by Public Health England (PHE) has found that use of interactive lesson plans significantly improved pupils’ knowledge of bugs and why hand hygiene is important in a farm setting with 80 per cent of children correctly answering questions after the intervention.
A third of tenants (32%) who have been evicted, or threatened with eviction, have been put in this position after making a complaint to their landlords about the condition of a property, or after asking for repairs to be carried out, according to a survey carried out by online tenant community The Tenants’ Voice.
New research from SpareRoom.co.uk reveals that 51% of current sharers are returning after renting alone or with their partner; new flatsharer numbers are up by 31% in just two years; flatsharers aged over 35 years have rise by 26% and flatsharers aged 45-54 are up by half .