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News on public health research and national as well as international health policies. Edited by MEDICA.de and several associations.

 
 

Saturated fat intake may influence a person's expression of genetic obesity risk

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Photo: Butter [05/06/2014] Limiting saturated fat could help people whose genetic make-up increases their chance of being obese. Saturated fat intake may influence a person's expression of genetic obesity risk - Read more

Researchers discover hormone that controls supply of iron in red blood cell production

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Photo: Microscopic image of erythroblasts [03/06/2014] A UCLA research team has discovered a new hormone called erythroferrone, which regulates the iron supply needed for red blood-cell production.Researchers discover hormone that controls supply of iron in red blood cell production - Read more

Sports and Cancer: No Panacea, but a Necessary Aid

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[02/06/2014] When are sports healthy, how often should you engage in sports and what effect do sports have on the body – over the past few decades, there were always different answers to these questions. Many studies that were conducted in the past however confirm the assumption that sports and exercise always support health, even if someone is already sick.Sports and Cancer: No Panacea, but a Necessary Aid - Read more

Fighting cancer with dietary changes

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Photo: Woman eating a salad [30/05/2014] Calorie restriction, a kind of dieting in which food intake is decreased by a certain percentage, has been touted as way to help people live longer. New research suggests that there may be other benefits, including improving outcomes for breast cancer in women. Fighting cancer with dietary changes - Read more

Kidney transplant patients live longer than those in hemodialysis

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Photo: Patients' arm and dialysis tube [27/05/2014] A first-ever study from a large Canadian centre found that kidney transplant recipients lived longer and had better treatment success than patients on intensive home hemodialysis, but also had an increased risk of being hospitalized within the first year.Kidney transplant patients live longer than those in hemodialysis - Read more

 
 

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