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We learn nothing about nutrition, claim medical students - BBC News
Speaking to BBC Radio 4's The Food Programme, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, GP and presenter of BBC One's Doctor in the House, told me: "The health landscape of the UK has dramatically changed over the last 30 or 40 years and I think the bulk of what I see as a GP now - almost 80% - is in some way driven by our collective lifestyles."
NHS  Crisis  sickcare  demand  chronic  sick  population  ageing  premature  bubble  Austerity  rationing  obesity  overweight  CVD  Cancer  diet  lifestyle  S.A.D.  western  self-medication  abuse  coping  mechanism  food–industrial  complex  Sugar  WHO  meat  public  health 
march 2018 by asterisk2a
Is Marijuana Addictive? |
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Animal Protein Compared to Cigarette Smoking
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Tobacco  food–industrial  complex  lobby  public  health  crisis  chronic  sick  population  Alcohol  self-medication  abuse  obesity  Cancer  overweight  sickcare  demand  NHS  CVD  diabetes  GP  A&E  premature  ageing  demographic  bubble  S.A.D.  western  diet  lifestye 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer' - BBC News
What counts as ultra-processed
Mass-produced packaged breads and buns
Sweet or savoury packaged snacks including crisps
Chocolate bars and sweets
Sodas and sweetened drinks
Meatballs, poultry and fish nuggets
Instant noodles and soups
Frozen or shelf-life ready meals
Foods made mostly or entirely from sugar, oils and fats &!
cancer  public  health  CVD  chronic  sick  population  sickcare  demand  NHS  crisis  food–industrial  lobby  food  S.A.D.  western  diet  obesity  overweight  healthcare  diabetes  immune  system  Autoimmune  disease  Diseases  packaging  plastic  pollution  chemical  complexity 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
India's farmed chickens dosed with world's strongest antibiotics, study finds | Environment | The Guardian
India's farmed chickens dosed with world's strongest antibiotics, study finds
Warning over wider global health impacts after findings reveal thousands of tonnes of colostin - the ‘antibiotic of last resort’ - are being shipped to India’s farms
India  China  USA  Colistin  post-antibiotics  antibiotic  antibiotics  MCR-1  food–industrial  complex  lobby  profit  maximisation  Asia  abuse 
february 2018 by asterisk2a
The latest cutting-edge technology changing our landscapes? Trees | Environment | The Guardian
And agroforestry also offers important climate change benefits. A new study published by the US’s National Academy of Sciences found that natural climate solutions (NCS) such as agroforestry could offer substantial mitigation in the years up to 2030. Although agroforestry is just one of a number of NCSs, one paper has estimated that it can tuck away as much as 2.2 petagrams (a trillion kilograms) of carbon over 50 years. Currently, the UK’s forests put away 10m kg a year.
agriculture  monoculture  food–industrial  complex 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
Coca-Cola to sell smaller bottles at higher prices in response to sugar tax | Society | The Guardian
Coca-Cola is to use smaller bottles and sell at higher prices rather than alter its famous sugar-laden secret recipe, while Irn-Bru faces a growing consumer backlash over fears a new lower sugar version will ruin Scotland’s national soft drink.
sugar  tax  nanny  state  lobby  nudge  taxation  food  obesity  public  health  CVD  overweight  UK  NHS  sickcare  demand  chronic  sick  population  self-medication  abuse  food–industrial  complex  vested  interest 
january 2018 by asterisk2a
(4870) OP gelungen – Patient tot | Die Story im Ersten - YouTube
eine einzige nacht im mehrbettzimmer - Krankenhaushygiene // simplest example the stetoscope. how often is a stetoscope desinfected? // also needs more time for patients and staff. //&! - Der unsichtbare Feind – Tödliche Supererreger aus Pharmafabriken | Die Story im Ersten //&! - Die Antibiotika Falle | Doku
antibiotic  HAI  infection  antibiotics  post-antibiotic  MRSA  staff  shortage  patient  safety  excess  deaths  Superbug  MCR-1  prevention  public  health  food–industrial  complex  bigpharma  big  pharma 
december 2017 by asterisk2a
Sugar industry withheld research effects of sucrose 50 years ago, study claims | Science | The Guardian // See the Vegan Cardiologist Kim Williams arguing that it is fats meat beef and processed starches food sugar - // and the problem w evidence-based medicine and statistics and research manipulation // and see the new guidelines when to prescribe statins (now earlier) re chronic sick population v side effects v benefits // The problem could be much bigger than the two ISRF studies the researchers have scrutinised. The researchers conclude that the debates we now have on sugar’s effects on our health are potentially rooted in six decades of the sugar industry’s manipulation of scientific evidence.
CVD  Cancer  obesity  diabetes  overweight  Sugar  Tax  taxation  meat  public  health  lobby  vested  interest  revolving  door  conflict  microbiome  Stroke  Statins  Statin  S.A.D.  processed  food  food–industrial  diet  lifestyle  sedentary  inactive  WHO  prevention  whole-food  plant-based  Fat  Salt  book  NHS  sickcare  healthcare  demand  chronic  sick  population  GP 
november 2017 by asterisk2a
"Götter in Weiß": Haben deutsche Kliniken ein Hygiene-Problem? - SPIEGEL ONLINE
In Deutschland haben jährlich etwa eine halbe Million Menschen eine Krankenhausinfektion. Bis zu 15.000 sterben an den Folgen.
HAI  hospital  acquired  infection  antibiotic  antibiotics  post-antibiotic  Superbug  mcr-1  public  health  profit  maximisation  big  pharma  pharmaceutical  prevention  food–industrial  aggag  animal  agriculture 
november 2017 by asterisk2a

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