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Family Harmony
A Buffer against Poverty’s Adverse Effect on Mental Health
The FAMILY Project has announced the most recent result findings from its cohort study. The study showed that family harmony could act as a buffer against poverty’s adverse effect on mental health, where more harmonious families reported better well-being the entire income spectrum.
FAMILY Project Cohort Study Findings
“3Hs” in Hypertension Control: Act Together
to Save Lives Now
The FAMILY Project Cohort Study 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.
FAMILY Project as a Social Barometer
Press Conference on Cohort Study Result Announcement
To announce the result findings of the “FAMILY Project cohort study: A population-based household survey”, a press conference was held by the FAMILY Project 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.