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Low-carb diets should be reinstated as pillars of diabetes control, suggests new study

A new literature review suggests that current dietary guidelines on how to handle diabetes are not optimal and should be revised.

In a recent editorial, published in the online journal Diet, Nutrition and Mental Health and Wellbeing, two members of the not for profit organisation Nutrition Society have assessed the strength of evidence in favour of low-carb diets for diabetes management.

Posted by: Sharon Tither on February 17th, 2017 @ 08:46 AM

Tackling Obesity in Early Years

In August 2016, the Government in England published Childhood Obesity: A Plan for Action. What does the plan cover and what can early years providers do to ensure that they provide a healthy diet for their children?

Posted by: Sharon Tither on February 15th, 2017 @ 2:57 PM

New social care funding plans announced

The government has announced a package of reforms it says will generate nearly £900m extra for adult social care services over the next two years.

Posted by: Sharon Tither on January 4th, 2017 @ 8:38 PM

Cancer deaths will drop by 400,000 in next 20 years

Four hundred thousand fewer people will die from cancer over the next 20 years thanks to advances in research, according to figures* released by Cancer Research UK.

Posted by: Sharon Tither on December 20th, 2016 @ 9:11 PM
Tagged with: cancer Research treatment

CQC release report monitoring the Mental Health Act

CQC (Care Quality Commission) have released their annual report on the use of the Mental Health Act (MHA). It looks at how providers are caring for patients, and whether patient’s rights are being protected.

Posted by: Sharon Tither on December 18th, 2016 @ 6:30 PM

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