Addressing healthcare needs of women and mothers to ensure a healthy future post-info The first National Women’s Day was observed in the United States on February 28th 1909 in honour of the garment worker’s
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Journals have posted two corrections alongside papers by Brian Wansink, a food researcher whose work has lately come under fire. One of the corrected papers was among the initial batch that raised eyebrows last year; after Wansink praised the productivity of one of his researchers, critics suggested four papers contained critical flaws. The questions about […]
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In 2005, the U.S. Office of Research Integrity found an obesity researcher had engaged in scientific misconduct. More specifically, the ORI report revealed that Eric Poehlman, then based at the University of Vermont, had “falsified and fabricated” data in 10 papers. The 2005 report asked that the journals issue retractions or corrections to the papers. […]
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0000-0002-8715-28960000-0002-1767-4576 The line at the convenience store is three people deep. Standing in front of me is a 40-something man with a bottle of cola and a newspaper. In front of him, a mother paying
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0000-0002-8715-28960000-0002-1767-4576 This week the World Health Organization in Geneva released two new policy briefs focused on the Double Burden of Malnutrition and Double-duty actions for nutrition. The global double burden of malnutrition (WHO, 2017) Defined
In an unusual turn of events, a nutrition paper has come back to life a year after being pulled from its original publication. After the paper was retracted from the journal Obesity, the authors revised it and republished it in another journal, Pediatric Obesity. Both journals are published by Wiley. The second version of the paper […]
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A look at the rise for each state over three decades, for men and women. Read More
We keep getting bigger. Watch overweight and obesity rates move up over several decades. Read More
If you read anything at all about the US Department of Agriculture’s 2015 dietary guidelines, which have finally been issued now that it is 2016, it was probably a diatribe arguing that the government was
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Dr Simon Hew is a medical doctor from Melbourne, Australia. He has worked in Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Medical research. He is a regular reviewer and contributor to research involving tech in health practice, including the
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