Increasing red meat consumption over time is associated with an elevated subsequent risk of Type 2 d

Pan et al., studied long-term health data from three Harvard University cohorts that included over 26,300 men participating in the Health Professionals Follow-Up Study; more than 48,700 women in the Nurses’ Health Study; and slightly over 74,000 women from the Nurses’ Health Study II.

19/06/2013   by Emily Kelleher  

Household income, smoking and lower breastfeeding are associated with obesity after childbirth

Researchers from University College Dublin and the Economic & Social Research Institute have conducted a study which found that maternal obesity after childbirth is associated with lower household income, smoking, lower breastfeeding duration, and earlier completion of full-time education.

13/06/2013   by Emily Kelleher  

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