Tuesday 2 December 2014, UCL, 1.45 - 4pm
Speakers / papers
- Why are early adolescents from poor families at increased risk of overweight and obesity? Amanda Sacker, Professor of Lifecourse Studies at UCL and Director of ICLS.
- Who are the 11 year old drinkers? Yvonne Kelly, Professor of Epidemiology and ICLS Associate Director.
- Diet quality and the factors that influence nutrient intake in teenage girls. Laura Weston (NatCen Social Research) (Principal Investigator) & Eva Almiron-Roig (Nutrition Surveys and Studies Group, MRC HNR).
- Stress resilience and inflammation in adolescence predict poor mental and physical health in middle-aged men. Scott Montgomery, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, ICLS, Orebro University Hospital and Karolinska Institute, SwedenTranscripts are available. Please see ICLS Occasional Papers
Registered participants include representatives from:
Dept. of Health; Kids Company; Hackney Council; Best Beginnings; Hampshire County Council ; City of York Council; Public Health Lewisham; APPG Fit and Healthy Childhood, PHE; and Gloucestershire County Council.
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