Has anyone else had a chance to read the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists' scientific impact paper on chemical exposures during pregnancy - http://www.rcog.org.uk/files/rcog-corp/5.6.13ChemicalExposures.pdf ?
Generally it seems like a good thing when NICE produces clinical guidance for evidence-based lifestyle interventions - helping to make them more officially part of good clinical care. So it's good to see them publish "Physical activity: brief advice for adults in primary care".
The recommendations cover:
UK Public Health Registrar Sustainable Development Network - Environmental Sustainability & Public Health Training in the UK
In his talk at the global health session of the Renal Association-BTS Congress last month, Professor John Feehally, president of the International Society of Nephrologists, reminded the audience how vulnerable dialysis patients are to natural disasters - effectively a death sentence in many cases.