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Health Europa Quarterly Issue 14

Health Europa Quarterly Issue 14

Welcome to issue 14 of Health Europa Quarterly, which once again is inexorably overshadowed by the global COVID-19 pandemic. As lockdown restrictions begin to lift...
“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...
World Obesity Federation: obesity, wellbeing, and COVID-19

World Obesity Federation: obesity, wellbeing, and COVID-19

World Obesity Federation President Professor John Wilding explores the mental and physical issues surrounding obesity and weight management and the links to COVID-19. Obesity is...
Plant-based health solutions for weight and mental health management

Plant-based health solutions for weight and mental health management

Weight and mental health management can be difficult at the best of times, but COVID-19 is compounding these problems for many people, and there...
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Can saliva biomarkers predict obesity in children?

Researchers have found a molecular marker in saliva that has been linked to childhood obesity in a group of preschool-aged Hispanic children. Research published in...
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Is green tea and exercise the key to reducing fatty liver disease?

Early in-vivo research suggests that a combination of green tea and exercise can reduce the severity of fatty liver disease by 75% Researchers from Penn...
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Sugar levels in UK soft drinks decrease in the wake of government tax

Researchers have discovered that UK drinks manufacturers have lowered the sugar levels in their drinks following the Soft Drinks Industry Levy (SDIL) The Soft drink’s...
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Fat fighter: trials for obesity reversing drug underway

Research from the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Centre, have discovered a potential new drug that prevents obesity in mice. The researchers discovered that a receptor,...
Is breastfeeding important in helping to prevent diabetes?

Is breastfeeding important in helping to prevent diabetes?

Early weaning from breastfeeding is associated with both the development of obesity and Type 2 diabetes in adulthood. The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding as...
Did you know that being overweight before 40 can increase the risk of cancer?

Did you know that being overweight before 40 can increase the risk of cancer?

In an international study, by the University of Bergen, Norway, researchers found that the risk of cancer is increased by being overweight. The researchers wanted...
Lower blood lipids: can you eat a cheeseburger and have a strong heart?

Lower blood lipids: can you eat a cheeseburger and have a strong heart?

A breakthrough in the battle to, lower blood lipids, reduce cholesterol and Triglycerides comes with weight loss as a bonus. CannaLean had developed CLC, a...
Global Roadmap to prevent cardiovascular disease among people living with diabetes

Global Roadmap to prevent cardiovascular disease among people living with diabetes

The World Heart Federation launches a new Global Roadmap on the prevention of cardiovascular disease among people living with diabetes. At ESC Congress 2019 together...

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