• 22 Aug 2022
    If we have a problem with our tooth, it’s really a sign that things could go wrong later on’ -Dr Steven Lin  The Global Burden of Disease Study 2019 estimated that oral diseases affect nearly 3.5 billion people worldwide. Poor dental health impacts our general health and can negatively affect an individual’s ability to eat, speak and socialise normally. As such, oral health is crucial for an improved quality of life and well-being in society.  It might be surprising for some to learn that, in England, tooth extractions are the most common reason for hospital admissions among children aged 6-10-year-olds,...
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stop using tobacco

improve what they eat and drink

 do more physical activity

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Our Cities: the drivers of global health

Dr Jo Ivey Boufford joins C3 for our next international seminar on Monday 10th October Urban health is one of the greatest challenges to public health of the 21st century. With examples from cities across the globe from Mexico City to Amsterdam,  Dr Jo Ivey Boufford uses this seminar to showcase how the very structure of...

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Start: Monday 10th October 13:00pm



Ultra Processed Foods: Why Are We Eating So Much?

06 Jul 2022
Nathalie Vauterin and Linda Phung
Ultra-processed foods (UPFs) are on the rise globally. In the UK 57 percent of our daily calorie intake is from UPFs. Yet despite them making up more than half of what we eat, a lot of us don't know what they are...or how bad they are for our health.

Oral Health: The Realities and Opportunities

05 Jul 2022
Sarah Clarke
Oral health care is still widely neglected, expensive, and information on oral care is still very hard to find. Advocate Stephen Ogweno asked critical questions and offered suggestions for opportunities for the medical community to improve oral health.

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