Teenage drinking in Scotland has declined dramatically over the past decade, according to new research led by the University of St Andrews.
But the good news is young people are eating less sweets.
Dr Jo Inchley features on pages 22-25 of the recent issue of Research Features Magazine discussing the work of CAHRU.
Dr Jo Inchley was Co-Chair of the Excellence in Paediatrics (EiP) 8th Annual Conference which was held in London from 8th-10th December. Dr Inchley was invited to present findings from the HBSC Study, Professor Gerry Humphris gave an invited presentation, and Dr Alina Cosma gave an oral presentation and presented a poster.
Dr Jo Inchley, Dr Ross Whitehead and Dorothy Currie were invited to the Scottish Government on 26th April 2016 to present findings from the International Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study.
The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study, presents new data on adolescent health, health behaviours and social determinants from 42 countries.
CAHRU launch its extensive report on the health and behaviour of Scottish children
Dorothy Currie and Joe Hancock have been invited to represent HBSC in Belarus
The Royal Society has announced Professor Candace Currie as one of their new recipients of their Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Awards.