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Title/subtitleAuthors/ source/ publisherDate added to libraryYear published
Consumer-funded energy policiesCommons Select Committee13 February 20172017
Planning reform in the housing white paperHouse of Commons Library13 February 20172017
Schools, local authorities and the VCS working together to reduce childhood obesity. Call for examples of promising practice.National Children's Bureau13 February 20172017
Advancing the right to health: the vital role of lawWorld Health Organization13 February 20172017
Strategies for recess in schoolsCenters for Disease Control and Prevention; Society of Health and Physical Educators America 13 February 20172017
Recess planning in schools. A guide to putting strategies for recess into practiceCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC); Society of Health and Physical Educators(SHAPE) America 13 February 20172017
Better Together: Unleashing the Power of the Private Sector to Tackle Non-Communicable DiseasesThe Partnering Initiative; Union for International Cancer Control (UICC); Bupa13 February 20172017
Tobacco playbook WHO Regional Office for Europe; YouTube13 February 20172017
Improving outcomes for children and families in the early years: a key role for health visiting servicesLocal Government Association13 February 20172017
Winter wrapped up. A guide to keeping warm and well this winterAge UK08 February 20172016

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