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Oct 2nd 2014
Posted by DG

Many parents of pre-schoolers report difficulty in getting their child to eat vegetables. Parents use a broad variety of ways to influence what their young child eats. Some of the ways they select have the desired effect (i.e. effective vegetable parenting practices), while some do not (i.e. ineffective vegetable parenting practices).

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Sep 23rd 2014
Posted by RB

The age of the population is shifting with an estimate that, by 2050, the global elderly population will have risen to 1.5 billion people. Even developing countries will see this shift as nutrition, medication and sanitation improve and birth rates decrease.

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Sep 9th 2014
Posted by RB

We’ve all seen the television programmes where compulsive eaters graze their way through the day without realising what, when or how much they have eaten.  Munching on a cookie here, a doughnut there, supplemented by a few chocolate bars and cans of fizzy drink in between highly calorific ready meals or takeaways. 

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Sep 8th 2014
Posted by RB

In a unique collaboration the Nutrition Society has teamed up with the European Bioinformatics Institute to offer nutrition scientists and researchers a new workshop to understand how to access the huge databases provided by the EBI. 

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Aug 27th 2014
Posted by RB

Dr Graham Horgan is Principal Consultant for Human Health and Nutrition, Biomathematics and Statistics Scotland, Rowett Institute of Nutrition and Health at the University of Aberdeen.

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Aug 20th 2014
Posted by RB

The Nutrition Society's 'Scientific Writing for Publication' training workshop was a runaway success at the 6th African Nutrition Epidemiology Conference (ANEC VI) in Accra, Ghana.

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Aug 14th 2014
Posted by DG

The prestigious Nutrition Society Cuthbertson award supports our overall objective to advance the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human and animal health.  We want to recognise and reward scientists who are making a difference in clinical nutrition and/or metabolism research that focuses on enhancing scientific evidence in nutritional management and in pa

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Aug 13th 2014
Posted by RB

It takes many months of planning and course development to design one of the Nutrition Society's training workshops.

For those working in the field of nutrition, these courses, usually accredited by the Association for Nutrition (AFN), offer a convenient way to keep learning as part of one's continuous professional development (CPD).

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