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A breakfast high in protein, like eggs, keeps children fuller longer than cereal or oatmeal, causing them to eat fewer calories at lunch, according to US nurse researchers.
On hearing that I’m a nurse, the usual response is “Oh! Which hospital do you work in?
Nurses in Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust’s dementia care team have developed a nutrition and hydration pathway for patients in hospital who have the condition.
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’The book would be of benefit to general reader, new diagnosed patient with type 2 diabetes and nurses how provide dietary advice to patients with Type 2 diabetes.’
“Is vitamin D the key to treating IBS? 82% of sufferers ‘are deficient’,” the Mail Online reports.
NHS plans could see trusts and health centres in England introduce a sugar tax to help bring down rates of obesity, the head of the health service has said.
Women who eat lots of potatoes could be a greater risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy, suggests new research.
“Giving pensioners high doses of vitamin D to strengthen their leg bones may put them at higher risk of a fall,” The Times reports after a Swiss study suggested high doses of the supplement offer no benefits, but do increase the risk of falling.
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“Eating lots of potatoes will reduce your risk of getting stomach cancer,” according to enthusiastic media reports that seized on the UK’s love affair with the spud.