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Prevention Information & Evidence eLibrary

Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Annual return for 2018 - information collected from charities The Charity Commission 13 September 20172017
Diet, nutrition, physical activity and colorectal cancerWorld Cancer Research Fund International07 September 20172017
Just getting on: Young people’s views on gender, emotional well-being and mental healthNational Children's Bureau05 September 20172017
Alcohol and Mental Health surveyInstitute of Alcohol Studies; Centre for Mental Health05 September 2017 
Launch of consultation on regulations to restrict the sale of e-cigarettes to over 18sNorthern Ireland Department of Health05 September 20172017
Gender and children and young people’s emotional and mental health: manifestations and responses. A rapid review of the evidenceNational Childern's Bureau05 September 20172016
Gender-sensitive approaches to addressing children and young people’s emotional and mental health and well-being. Examples of promising practiceNational Children's Bureau05 September 20172017
Plane DrunkBBC One; Panorama05 September 20172017
Tobacco-free generations Protecting children from tobacco in the WHO European RegionWorld Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe05 September 20172017
Have your say - better health for all LondonersMayor of London30 August 20172017

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