What a ‘no deal’ Brexit would mean for healthcare of British pensioners in Spain
One thing that matters enormously to UK voters is the NHS.
Are small moves towards genetic sovereignty a threat to global public health?
The controversial issue of genetic material ownership agreements
ICT and Disaster Response: the case of Nepal
Masters student Olivia Crane discusses the role of ICT in disaster response following the 2015 Nepal earthquake.
Perceptions of food insecurity among Ghanaians living in Greater Manchester
Public Health Nutritionist and doctoral student, Hibbah A. Saeed, discusses factors impacting food insecurity amongst migrant populations in Greater Manchester.
Changing dietary patterns in South African cities: from traditional to modern foods?
SIID funded project team assesses dietary patterns among urban adolescents in Sub-Saharan Africa, using the Birth To Twenty Plus data set.
The trend towards sustainable food systems calls for a change in scientific research rationale
A guest blog from Nicolas Bricas, Director of the UNESCO World Food Systems Chair.