Nutrition - Fitness

Dr Donald Lindberg, Pioneer in Medical Informatics, Dies at 85

38 minutes ago   |   Medscape

The trailblazer in the application of computer technology to biomedical research and health information, and former director of the National Library of Medicine, has...
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SUN-PO231: Differences in Body Composition by Segmental Multifrequency Bioimpedance Between Patients in Advanced CKD and Hemodialysis

48 minutes ago   |   Clinical Nutrition


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SUN-PO232: The Assessment of Nutrition Care Practice by Nurses and Doctors of North Estonia Medical Centre

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SUN-PO233: Validation of a Malnutrition Screening Tools for Hospitalized Children

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SUN-PO234: The Effect of Mnutric Score and NRS- 2002 on Predicting Intensive Care Unit Mortality in Patients with Haematological Cancer

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SUN-PO235: Prevalence of Cancer Cachexia and Malnutrition in Oncology Patients Prior to Treatment Initiation

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SUN-PO236: Evaluation of Muscle Mass Loss Related to the Time of Mechanical Ventilation, Diagnosis and Age. Is there a Relationship?

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SUN-PO237: Nutric Score X NRS Nutritional Risk Screening. Is There Difference in Results in the Same Population?

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Interplay between the Mediterranean diet and C-reactive protein genetic polymorphisms towards inflammation in adolescents

48 minutes ago   |   Clinical Nutrition

From a nutrigenetics perspective, we aim to investigate the moderating role of the Mediterranean diet and each of its subgroups in the association between C-reactive protein...
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Maternal dietary diversity and risk of small for gestational age newborn: Findings from a case-control study

48 minutes ago   |   Clinical Nutrition

An inadequate nutrients intake during pregnancy have been related to an increase of having a small for gestational age newborn. A diversity dietary intake could decrease the...
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer and received radiation treatments...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer and received radiation treatments; too bad Google and YouTube are censoring all the cancer cures that really work

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has pancreatic cancer. Multiple media sources are now reporting that she recently underwent three weeks of radiation treatment... Read more ...

The long trail of dead bodies false flags that follow around Bill Hillary...

The long trail of dead bodies false flags that follow around Bill Hillary Clinton the globalists wherever they go point to unimaginable corruption and gargantuan cover-ups

“The decedent shot himself in the back of the head seventeen times with a long-barreled, single shot shotgun. A clear case of suicide.” No one with over two brain cells... Read more ...

Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more

Elite athletes have high rates of oral disease despite brushing their teeth more

Researchers at The University College London blamed athletes' heavy use of sports drinks, gels and bars which can be high in sugar. Many athletes endorse such products. Read more ...

E. coli at new high; Campylobacter top cause of illness in Switzerland

E. coli at new high; Campylobacter top cause of illness in Switzerland

Campylobacter was the top cause of illness while E. coli numbers reached a record high last year, according to foodborne illness figures from Switzerland. The 2018 surveillance... Read more ...

JAMA study finds that drinking fluoridated water causes brain damage in children

JAMA study finds that drinking fluoridated water causes brain damage in children

New research published in the Journal of the American Medical Association has found that drinking fluoridated water during pregnancy is a surefire way to induce brain damage... Read more ...

Worms are cool: They can regrow their brains if they lose their heads

Worms are cool: They can regrow their brains if they lose their heads

There are some animals that can grow back specific parts of their body when they have been cut off. Lizards, for example, are known for their ability to grow back their tails... Read more ...

Can You Gain Weight If You Don't Eat Enough? 3 Experts Explain "Starvation Mode"

Can You Gain Weight If You Don't Eat Enough? 3 Experts Explain "Starvation Mode"

There's a persistent theory about something called starvation mode, and the thought that if you stop eating, you'll actually gain weight instead of losing it. This comes up... Read more ...

Brown Fat may Help Protect against Diabetes and Obesity

Brown Fat may Help Protect against Diabetes and Obesity

People with little or no brown fat have limited ability to clear certain amino acids from the blood leading to the development of obesity and diabetes. Read more ...

Eat more fruits: These 12 nutrition powerhouses are high in health benefits...

Eat more fruits: These 12 nutrition powerhouses are high in health benefits and low in calories

Eating fruits offers tremendous health benefits - a fact supported by many studies. These are rich in vitamins and minerals, great for keeping diseases at bay, and have high... Read more ...

An hour of household chores each day 'lowers your risk of an early death'

An hour of household chores each day 'lowers your risk of an early death'

Researchers at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences in Oslo reviewed eight existing studies involving 36,000 adults. The findings were published in the British Medical Journal. Read more ...