Excess oxygen during surgery linked to higher risk of organ damage

Giving patients excess levels of oxygen during surgery is associated with a higher risk of.

Increasing protein intake by 25 g a day could help women reduce hip fracture risk by up to 14%

Increasing intake of protein and drinking regular cups of tea or coffee is one way.

Skipping meals, fasting and eating meals too closely together may be linked to increased mortality risk

Eating only one meal per day is associated with an increased risk of mortality in.

Detecting the undetected: Measuring levels of three proteins in the blood can aid detection of undiagnosed prediabetes

Scientists have used a proteomics approach to identify a three-protein signature in the blood that.

Study: First-degree relatives of patients with NAFLD are at risk of liver disease

Approximately one-fourth of the general population worldwide has nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, known as NAFLD,.

Research unlocks the circuitry of diabetes

Research led by Pamela-Itkin-Ansari, Ph.D., and Randal Kaufman Ph.D., has mapped out a network of.

Sedentary lifestyle and sugary diet more detrimental to men, study finds

A new study from the University of Missouri School of Medicine is the first evidence.

New cervical screening test could predict cell changes years before they occur

A new swab test that identifies potentially dangerous cervical cell changes up to four years.

Nutrition education should be ‘on the menu’ of all healthcare professionals’ education—new research

All healthcare professionals should study a curriculum of nutrition education during their studies in order.

Lipids in blood predict nerve damage risk among patients with type 2 diabetes

Of the 37 million Americans with diabetes, up to 50% may end up with nerve.