A continued increase in the proportion of adolescents who never smoke, as well as an understanding of factors that influence reductions in smoking among this susceptible population, is crucial. The World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control provides an appropriate structure to briefly examine Australian and New South Wales policies and programs that are
The 5th annual awards for the Children’s Environment and Health Local Government Awards was held on Tuesday 8th December to celebrate the awarding of certificates of commendation and winner’s achievement awards for this year’s edition of the project. See here for more about the event.
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The Awards for this year’s Report Card Project will be held on Tuesday 8 December. We invite anyone with interest to attend the morning and help PHAIWA in supporting our local government leader in the important field of children’s environment and health. The awards will be presented by the Western Australia Local Government Association President
The Australian Health Star Rating (HSR) front-of-pack labelling system is now running across the country. The Health Star Rating system was developed by the Australian, state and territory governments in collaboration with industry, public health and consumer groups. The labelling scheme aims to help shoppers easily compare similar packaged foods to help them make healthier