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A new learning hub dedicated to challenging weight stigma has launched on Public Health Scotland’s (PHS) virtual learning platform.
There have been 17 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox reported in Scotland between 23 May 2022 and 16 June.
As of 12 noon on Thursday 9 June, there have been 12 laboratory-confirmed cases of monkeypox reported since 23 May 2022 in Scotland.
Ongoing investigations into cases of sudden onset hepatitis (liver inflammation) in children aged 10 and under have identified one further case since our previous report on 27 May, bringing the total number of cases identified in Scotland to 32.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) has today published an overview of the key messages from the third round of The COVID-19 Early Years Resilience and Impact Survey, the findings of which were first published in January 2022.
Public Health Scotland (PHS) today published the final report from a study which evaluated the impact of Minimum Unit Pricing (MUP) on people who drink alcohol at harmful levels, including those dependent on alcohol and those accessing treatment services.
An additional case of monkeypox has been confirmed in Scotland. This latest case brings the total number of confirmed cases reported since 23 May to five.
An additional case of monkeypox has been confirmed in Scotland. This latest case bring the total number of confirmed cases reported since 23 May to four.