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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

27 days 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

27 days 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

27 days 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

27 days 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

27 days 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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Weight Gain After Bariatric Surgery: New Insights

Weight Gain After Bariatric Surgery: New Insights

New study reveals the best way to calculate weight regain after bariatric surgery to identify more specifically the patients at risk for recurrence or new onset of health problems. Read more ...

Brazil's next big grain? Researchers propose pearl millet as an alternative...

Brazil's next big grain? Researchers propose pearl millet as an alternative to rice and maize

Brazilian researchers found that pearl millet has higher protein and fiber than rice, and isolated bacterial strains from the fermented bran may have probiotic potential. Read more ...

Research suggests fad diets often lead to deficiency in essential nutrients

Research suggests fad diets often lead to deficiency in essential nutrients

There are different kinds of fad diets, from some calling for strict portion control to more outrageous ones that suggest the consumption of cotton balls to fool your body into... Read more ...

New hope for spinal cord injuries: Silk from moths can be used to stabilize...

New hope for spinal cord injuries: Silk from moths can be used to stabilize the injury and promote repair, according to experts

British scientists have discovered a novel method of treating spinal cord injuries: modified silk from the Chinese Oak Silkmoth. By cleaning and sterilizing the silk produced... Read more ...

Severe obesity levels have hit a record high among Year 6 children

Severe obesity levels have hit a record high among Year 6 children

The proportion of English children who are classified as 'severely obese' is higher than ever this year, with 4.2 per cent - more than 24,000 children - falling into the... Read more ...

Pizza and pies 'must shrink' to tackle Britain's obesity crisis

Pizza and pies 'must shrink' to tackle Britain's obesity crisis

The proportion of ten and 11-year-olds who are overweight or obese has grown to 34.3 per cent - 197,888 children - compared with 31.6 per cent in 2016/17. Read more ...

Quarter of births now by C-section as obesity levels and older mothers sees...

Quarter of births now by C-section as obesity levels and older mothers sees caesarean births surge

The number of caesarean births has risen from 19.7 per cent to 26.2 per cent between 2000 and 2015. Obesity, women having children later in life and fear of labour are thought... Read more ...

Medicinal plants for skin disorders: Healers in rural areas of South Africa...

Medicinal plants for skin disorders: Healers in rural areas of South Africa that don't have modern healthcare effectively use plants without side effects

A study made by researchers from the University of Johannesburg has shed light on the therapeutic effect of plants commonly used by a rural group in South Africa. To answer for... Read more ...

Neem oil found to be effective at fighting sleeping sickness

Neem oil found to be effective at fighting sleeping sickness

A study published in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines revealed that taking neem oil may help mitigate the risk of suffering from... Read more ...

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: The diet that can banish the agony of IBS

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: The diet that can banish the agony of IBS

Dr Michael Mosley says there are now things you can do that have a much higher chance of helping with IBS - focusing on altering your microbiome, the trillions of microbes that... Read more ...