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Elderly Malnutrition – A Modern Western Scandal

The significance of good nutrition and wellbeing for the elderly population is of great public health interest, especially as we now have an ageing population in the UK with over 18% of the population 65 years and over and predictions

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Junk Food Marketing – a Crisis in the Marketplace

Junk food marketing (JFM) employs the use of tactful, strategic and appealing marketing techniques, often tailored to the preferences or demands of different ages or population groups, to advertise a vast range of foods which are often of low nutritional

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A Review: The Childhood Obesity Summit

Held at the beautiful venue The Royal Society London, just off Pall Mall, leaders in public health, policy makers, stakeholders, industry and non-governmental organisations came together on the Thursday 3rd November to discuss what is arguably the biggest crisis of

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Take Aways: Why Does Location Matter?

Fast food is a broad term which covers a range of foods that can be easily and quickly bought and eaten. Today in the UK, fast food holds a cemented place in the diet of many households, as many believe

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WHO call for a sugar tax

Whilst there is no one single solution in curbing the rising prevalence of obesity, type 2 diabetes and other non-communicable diseases (NCDs), there is a growing body of evidence to suggest fiscal measures are useful tools in tackling current public

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