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Gut microbiota linked to obesity and mental disorders

Gut microbiota linked to obesity and mental disorders

EU-funded project 'MyNewGut' finds new gut microbiota that may help battle obesity and mental disorders. The MyNewGut project has discovered new gut microbiota, specifically bacterial...
Aerobic exercise may improve kidney function in obesity

Aerobic exercise may improve kidney function in obesity

Researchers find that aerobic exercise may reduce the risk of diabetes related kidney disease and may even improve kidney function in obesity. Kidney, renal, disease...

Tanycytes: the cells that control body weight and energy balance

New €10m grant funded by the European Research Council set to fund research project delving more into the knowledge regarding tanycytes. Having been awarded with...
260% increase in the sales of fatty foods in France

260% increase in the sales of fatty foods in France

An overwhelming 1.46 billion burgers was devoured across France last year, with the sales of fatty foods hitting €51 billion. The 260% rising consumption of...
Type 2 diabetes: current services and strategies may be inefficient

Type 2 diabetes: current services and strategies may be inefficient

Studies show that unless social and cultural factors are addressed, healthcare services and public health strategies designed to reduce tackling Type 2 diabetes may...
Obesity to overtake smoking as biggest preventable cause of cancer in the UK

Obesity to overtake smoking as biggest preventable cause of cancer in the UK

According to Cancer Research UK, obesity is predicted to surpass smoking as the biggest preventable cause of cancer in the UK for women by...
‘Drink Free Days’ campaign to help adults cut down alcohol consumption

‘Drink Free Days’ campaign to help adults cut down alcohol consumption

Public Health England and alcohol education charity Drinkaware will partner on a new campaign entitled ‘Drink Free Days’. The ‘Drink Free Days’ campaign was launched...
Changing meal times could reduce body fat, says new study

Changing meal times could reduce body fat, says new study

New research suggests that making even modest changes to breakfast and dinner times could reduce body fat. The research, published in the Journal of Nutritional...
Does chronic sleep loss adversely impair body composition

Does chronic sleep loss adversely impair body composition?

Researchers have found that the risk for obesity and Type 2 diabetes is elevated in those who suffer from chronic sleep loss or who...
Severe obesity reaches record high in 10 to 11 year olds

Severe obesity reaches record high in 10 to 11 year olds

The level of severe obesity cases in children aged 10 to 11 years has reached record highs, according to new figures published today by...
How does the government work with the healthcare sector?

How does the government work with the healthcare sector?

The quality of the healthcare sector is important, with health professionals and organisations urging government officials to help aid those in need. So, how...
Obesity can increase the risk of osteoarthritis in the hip

Obesity can increase the risk of osteoarthritis in the hip

Childhood and adult obesity increases the risk of developing osteoarthritis in the hip and knee, a new study presented at the Annual European Congress...

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