(Mar 31st, 2015)
Findings from the FAMILY Cohort were presented as a keynote at the 6th Global Conference of the Alliance for Healthy Cities on 29th October 2014.
(Jan 5th, 2013)
The impact of poverty and income inequality on the health of low income families could worsen if these fundamental issues and the related concern of health care access are not closely monitored and addressed, according to academics working on the FAMILY Cohort, a major territory-wide study on health, happiness and harmony in Hong Kong families.
(Dec 13th, 2012)
The FAMILY Cohort has recently found that among those on treatment of high blood pressure, happier individuals and those who lived in more cohesive neighbourhoods were more likely to achieve good blood pressure control. On 13 December 2012, a press conference was arranged to disseminate the result findings and has received substantial media and public attention.
(Dec 3rd, 2012)
To announce the result findings of the “FAMILY Cohort: A population-based household survey”, a press conference was held by the FAMILY Cohort on 3 December 2012 and it attracted a wide media coverage. The study shows that more than 60% of the respondents enjoyed harmonious relationships within the family.
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