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One In Four Parents Say Their Teen Consumes Caffeine Daily or Nearly Every Day

A quarter of parents report that caffeine is basically part of their teen’s daily life, …Read more

Ultraprocessed Food Consumption and Cardiometabolic Risk Factors in Children

The findings of this study suggest that high ultraprocessed food (UPF) consumption in young children …Read more

Effectiveness of a Web-Based Cognitive Behavioural Self-Help Intervention for Binge Eating Disorder

In this randomised clinical trial of a web-based self-help intervention for patients with binge eating …Read more

Food and Nutrition Experts Welcome the Prescribed Use of GLP-1/ GIP Receptor Agonists for People Living with Obesity and/ or Type 2 Diabetes, When Offered Alongside Dietary Support and Physical Activity

However, until everyone can benefit from this medication, with equal access – irrespective of postcode …Read more

Is The Home Enteral Feeding (HEF) Population Changing?

Anecdotally we feel that the enterally fed population is changing, with regard to underlying diagnosis …Read more

NICE Launch Clinical Knowledge Summary (CKS) Focused on Adult Malnutrition

The CKS topic covers screening, identification, management and monitoring of adults with malnutrition or those …Read more

RESOURCE OF THE MONTH: Introducing – Patient Connect

A new way to send samples and receive valuable patient feedback.
Patient Connect is a …Read more

Frequent Salting of Food Increases the Risk of Stomach Cancer

In Asian countries, where high-salt foods are popular, the link between high salt consumption and …Read more

NEW Insights from HEART UK’s Nutrition Academy – the cholesterol experts

The NEWLY LAUNCHED webpages from HEART UK’s Nutrition Academy provide you with comprehensive summaries of …Read more

30-year US Study Links Ultra-Processed Food to Higher Risk of Early Death

Higher consumption of most ultra-processed foods is linked to a slightly higher risk of death, …Read more

Time-Restricted Eating and High-Intensity Exercise Might Work Together to Improve Health

Combining time-restricted eating with high-intensity functional training may improve body composition and cardiometabolic parameters more …Read more

Launch of the New Standards of Care for NTM Disease

NTM Network UK, an organisation dedicated to improving care for people living with non-tuberculous …Read more

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