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Do psychiatric conditions increase the risk of early death in individuals with anorexia nervosa?

Written by | 23 Jun 2024

A new study published in the International Journal of Eating Disorders found that mortality rates are high in patients with anorexia nervosa and nearly double in the presence of psychiatric… read more.

Price sensitivity to unhealthy foods

Written by | 14 Jun 2024

Consumer data shows people with obesity are more price-sensitive than others when it comes to buying unhealthy foods, suggesting a food tax could be an effective public health… read more.

Experts develop nutritional recommendations for patients treated with anti-obesity medications

Written by | 12 Jun 2024

Individuals treated with anti-obesity medications generally experience reduced appetite, which typically leads to reduced food intake. As a result, dietary quality becomes more important because nutritional needs must… read more.

Doctors advise caution as energy drinks may trigger life-threatening cardiac arrhythmias in patients with genetic heart diseases

Written by | 8 Jun 2024

A new study in Heart Rhythm, the official journal of the Heart Rhythm Society, the Cardiac Electrophysiology Society, and the Pediatric & Congenital Electrophysiology Society, published by Elsevier, examined… read more.

Intermittent fasting shows promise in improving gut health, weight management

Written by | 6 Jun 2024

A new study by researchers from Arizona State University and their colleagues highlights a dietary strategy for significant health improvement and weight management. Participants following an intermittent fasting… read more.

Why do 1 in 10 Americans get eczema? Is it too much salt?

Written by | 6 Jun 2024

UCSF Study finds that changes in daily salt intake may explain eczema flares. A high sodium diet may increase the risk of eczema, according to researchers at UC… read more.

1 in 4 parents say their teen consumes caffeine daily or nearly every day

Written by | 22 May 2024

A quarter of parents report that caffeine is basically part of their teen’s daily life, according to a national poll. Two in three parents think they know whether… read more.

Four year data for Wegovy (semaglutide) in obesity presented at ECO meeting and published in Nature – Novo Nordisk

Written by | 18 May 2024

At the European Congress on Obesity in Venice, investigators unveiled results from an analysis published in Nature Medicine evaluating Wegovy’s weight loss benefits over four years. With this… read more.

Discovery made into which children will outgrow their peanut allergy

Written by | 12 May 2024

Australian researchers have discovered how changes in antibody levels over time can predict which children are likely to outgrow their peanut allergy. The research, led by Murdoch Children’s Research… read more.

Is it time to retire the best-before date?

Written by | 5 May 2024

The inventors of a suite of tests that enable food packages to signal if their contents are contaminated are working to bring producers and regulators together to get… read more.

Aston University research finds that social media can be used to increase fruit and vegetable intake in young people

Written by | 28 Apr 2024

Researchers from Aston University have found that people following healthy eating accounts on social media for as little as two weeks ate more fruit and vegetables and less… read more.

Important health information missing in online food delivery menus

Written by | 23 Apr 2024

A University of Sydney study investigating menu items on major online food delivery outlets and applications (apps) in Australia has found most advertised items are missing nutritional information… read more.

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