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App expands expert team to improve nutritional support services

Nutrition app Lifesum has appointed two well-known nutrition specialists to its Health Advisory Board, with the aim of reversing disease using nutrition and lifestyle...
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Early blood sugar control in Type 2 diabetes reduces mortality risk

Controlling blood sugar levels early following a Type 2 diabetes diagnosis significantly impacts future prognosis, new research has found. Researchers from the University of Gothenburg...
Low omega-3 index is a strong predictor of early death

Low omega-3 index is a strong predictor of early death

New research has shown that a low omega-3 index is as strong of a predictor of early death as smoking. The landmark finding is from...
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Children’s processed food consumption must be reduced, warn experts

Experts have called for urgent action to tackle British children’s consumption of 'exceptionally high' proportions of ultra-processed foods. A study, led by Imperial College London,...
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App can help pregnant women achieve healthy weight gain

Researchers in Sweden have developed an app to help pregnant women achieve a healthy weight gain and lead a healthy lifestyle. The app, titled...
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Diabetes diet also reduces blood pressure and need for medication

Following a weight loss diet to manage Type 2 diabetes can also lower blood pressure and reduce the need for medication, research has found. New...
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Intermittent fasting plan improves long-term memory retention

Following an intermittent fasting plan has been proven to improve the long-term memory of mice, a new study has revealed. Researchers from the Institute of...
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Greater risk of long-term health conditions for people with autism

A new study has indicated that people with autism display a higher likelihood of developing long-term health conditions than others. The investigation, conducted by researchers...
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The impact of parental lifestyle patterns on childhood obesity

A novel Australian longitudinal study has revealed the influence of parental lifestyle patterns on early childhood obesity. The study, published in The Obesity Society's (TOS)...
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Dual use of e-cigarettes and tobacco may increase respiratory symptoms

A novel study has indicated that smokers who use both e-cigarettes and tobacco display higher chances of developing respiratory symptoms than those who use...
Using computer analysis to create diets that prevent disease

Using computer analysis to create diets that prevent disease

New research has used computer analysis to help design specifically tailored diets that could help prevent disease. Researchers from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden...
Vital need to put health at forefront of climate change policy

Vital need to put health at forefront of climate change policy

New modelling has revealed how adopting policies that are consistent with achieving the Paris Agreement and prioritise health could save millions of lives each...
Study shows vitamins, steroids, and antivirals may combat COVID-19

Study shows vitamins, steroids, and antivirals may combat COVID-19

A new study has indicated that some vitamins, steroids, and antivirals may effectively help to combat COVID-19 by binding to the spike protein and...
Vitality at Work: Promoting better health in the workplace

Vitality at Work: Promoting better health in the workplace

The Vitality Programme helps employees better understand their health and lifestyle habits and provides the necessary tools to develop healthier habits, leading to better...
£5m to tackle loneliness, improve wellbeing and recovery from COVID-19

£5m to tackle loneliness, improve wellbeing and recovery from COVID-19

Funding of £5m has been awarded to The National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP) to help maintain people's health and wellbeing following the COVID-19...
“The case for action on obesity has never been stronger”

“The case for action on obesity has never been stronger”

Public Health England has launched a campaign to address obesity, a key risk factor in COVID-19. Following a growing body of evidence that being overweight...
Chronic digestive diseases: gut microbiome and healthy nutrition

Chronic digestive diseases: gut microbiome and healthy nutrition

Leading digestive health experts and MEP Sarah Wiener address how healthy nutrition, starting from a young age, can help to reduce the risk of...
Ultra-processed foods: an EU health crisis

Ultra-processed foods: an EU health crisis

Many European countries have seen a dramatic increase in the consumption of ultra-processed foods in recent decades, with research estimating that these food products...
Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

Baroness Jolly, Co-Chair of the UK’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ageing and Older People, explores the challenges facing an ageing population. Liberal Democrat peer Baroness...

Barriers to healthy ageing and early interventions in the UK

UK Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Jolly, who serves as Co-Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Ageing and Older People and is the party’s...

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