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Health 24-09-2020

If you are serious about health, you should be serious about nutrition

Nutrition and nutritional care are eminently (cost) effective interventions and should therefore be a key component and integral part of any EU health initiative that strives for disease prevention, effective treatment and improved patient outcomes. Olle Ljungqvist is Professor of...
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Agrifood 23-01-2020

Our pledge to fight global hunger

Although everyone can benefit from a healthier diet, the impact of good nutrition can be life-changing to vulnerable populations affected by malnutrition. Share your support on social media with #NutritionForZeroHunger.
Health 08-07-2016

Tackle air quality for the climate and public health

The links between climate change and public health are staggering. By implementing clean air policies, governments can save lives and cut health costs while mitigating climate change, writes Génon Jensen.
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Agrifood 17-08-2015

Underestimating medical nutrition is costing Europe’s health system dearly

Oral nutritional supplements (ONS) have the potential to save the health systems in Europe a considerable amount of money, writes Alessandro Laviano.
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Agrifood 31-10-2014

Rethinking hunger

?Despite gains in expanding the food supply, at least 805 million people still go hungry every day, of whom some 791 million live in developing countries, writes Jomo Kwame Sundaram.