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Letter to editor re: Refeeding syndrome in adults receiving total parenteral nutrition: An audit of practice at a tertiary UK centre

5 monthes ago   |   By Clinical Nutrition

We read the paper by Pantoja et al. with great interest as this study will increase clinicians' awareness of refeeding syndrome prevalence, and provide guidance for safer practice. As this field of study has important implications, we wonder if the authors could provide more insights to their study.
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Increasing your physical activity over 6 years in middle age significantly reduces your risk of heart failure

Increasing your physical activity over 6 years in middle age significantly reduces your risk of heart failure

5 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

How active you are during middle age can make it or break it for you. Increasing your physical activity over six years in middle age can significantly lower your risk of heart failure, according to an observational study published in the journal Circulation. The study also found that the opposite may be true:...
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Eating healthy foods and cutting out junk DOES cut your risk of developing cancer, finds major study

Eating healthy foods and cutting out junk DOES cut your risk of developing cancer, finds major study

5 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

Researchers at the French Institute for Health and Medical Research studied the diets of more than 470,000 Europeans to discover those with fattier diets have a an 11 per cent higher cancer risk.
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Women with high levels of anti-Müllerian hormone more likely to develop breast cancer

5 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

Having high levels of anti-Müllerian hormone - a hormone that indicates the size of a woman's ovarian reserve - before the menopause is associated with an increased risk of breast cancer, new research suggests.
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Study: Consumption of foods with lower nutritional quality related to increased cancer risk

5 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

The consumption of foods with higher scores on the British Food Standards Agency nutrient profiling system , reflecting a lower nutritional quality, is associated with an increased risk of developing cancer, according to a study published this week in PLOS Medicine.
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Bacteria samples from all over the globe found to have antibiotic resistance...

Bacteria samples from all over the globe found to have antibiotic resistance genes, says research

Researchers warn that infections caused by antibiotic-resistant bacteria will continue to increase each year, especially since these acquire more resistance genes from other... Read more ...

Coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine may improve sperm health, review concludes

Coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine may improve sperm health, review concludes

Nutritional supplements like coenzyme Q10 and L-carnitine may contribute to higher sperm quality says a review, which points to little evidence linking sperm health with more... Read more ...

Vitamin D supplementation can reduce Beck Depression Inventory scores in...

Vitamin D supplementation can reduce Beck Depression Inventory scores in patients with ulcerative colitis

A study finds that supplementing with vitamin D improves Beck Depression Inventory scores in people with ulcerative colitis. The study, which was published in the Journal of... Read more ...

New study confirms: Processed carbs cause many harmful effects on health

New study confirms: Processed carbs cause many harmful effects on health

A study that was published in the Obesity issue of the American Association for Clinical Chemistry‘s journal, Clinical Chemistry, showed that people face higher risks of... Read more ...

Fiber and gut health: Study links low-fiber diet with leaky gut

Fiber and gut health: Study links low-fiber diet with leaky gut

There have been many studies that have gone over the many benefits of having a high-fiber diet, as far as improving and maintaining overall health is concerned. But just as... Read more ...

Exploring natural stimulant and non-stimulant thermogenic agents that aid in...

Exploring natural stimulant and non-stimulant thermogenic agents that aid in energy metabolism and weight loss

An American review examined the potential of botanical thermogenic agents as natural means of managing weight and preventing the onset of obesity. They identified how the... Read more ...

Can Your Risk for Disease be Increased If You Do Night Shifts?

Can Your Risk for Disease be Increased If You Do Night Shifts?

Night shift jobs can put you at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as cancer, diabetes, obesity, insomnia, heart disease and high blood pressure. A new study... Read more ...

Lesbian and Bi Women at Increased Risk of Being Overweight: Study

Lesbian and Bi Women at Increased Risk of Being Overweight: Study

Women who identify as lesbian or bisexual are at an increased risk of being overweight or obese, compared to heterosexual women, found study. Read more ...