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Clinical Nutrition

Covering the role of nutrients in diseases including, obesity, cancer, heart disease, diabetes as well as malnutrition.

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High body mass index (BMI) is associated with severe COVID-19 but findings regarding the need of intensive care (IC) and mortality are mixed. Using electronic health records, we identified all patients in western Sweden hospitalised with COVID-19 to evaluate 30-day mortality or assignment to IC....

Author(s)
Lindgren, M.; Toska, T.; Alex, C.; Lundberg, C. E.; Cronie, O.; Rosengren, A.; Adiels, M.; Sjöland, H.
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group
Publication
Scientific Reports, 2022, 12, 3,
Abstract

The continuing evolution of SARS-CoV-2 variants not only causes a long-term global health concerns but also encounters the vaccine/drug effectiveness. The degree of virus infectivity and its clinical outcomes often depend on various biological parameters (e.g., age, genetic factors, diabetes,...

Author(s)
Mandal, C. C.; Panwar, M. S.; Yadav, C. P.; Vaishnavi Tripathi; Shreetama Bandyopadhayaya
Publisher
Nature Publishing Group
Publication
Scientific Reports, 2022, 12, 3,
CAB ReviewFull Text

Micronutrient malnutrition is one of the major concerns noted in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In developing countries, children under the age of five and pregnant women are at the highest risk of adverse events from micronutrient malnutrition. Staple food crops that are common...

Date
May 2022
Subjects
biofortification; reviews; iron; food enrichment; fortification; carbohydrates; case studies; cassava; consumers; cultivars; food crops; human diseases; malnutrition; pregnancy; rice; trace elements; wheat; women; crops
Author(s)
Narayanan, N.; Cueto-Reaño, M. F.; Eroğlu, S.; Ludwig, Y.; Okwuonu, I.; Taylor, N. J.; Grusak, M. A.
Miscellaneous

This paper presents new estimates of the extent of food consumption inequality in mainland China and discusses their implications for the estimated prevalence of undernourishment (PoU). The new food consumption inequality estimates are based on the joint analysis of food consumption and food...

Author(s)
Cafiero, C.; Feng, J.; Ishaq, A.
Publisher
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Publication
Methodological note on new estimates of the prevalence of undernourishment in China, 2020, pp 26 pp.
News Article

Consuming just 1.5 g of omega-3 fatty acids a day and lowering intake of omega-6 fatty acids may decrease headache frequency by as much as 4 days a...

Date
July 2021
Author(s)
I. Hoskins
AbstractFull Text

Introduction. Medical workers who work on a shift schedule belong to the group with one of the highest psycho-emotional burdens. They are at high risk of developing professional burnout: professional responsibility related to patients' lives, physical stress related to unnatural working conditions,...

Author(s)
Ydyrysheva, K. K.; Magzumova, R. Z.; Sazonov, V. G.
Publisher
Semey State Medical University
Publication
Science & Healthcare, 2022, 24, 2, pp 140-148

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