Mass Media for Infant and Young Child Feeding

'Systematic review of the design, implementation, and effectiveness of mass media and nutrition education interventions for infant and young child feeding' has been selected as an Editorial Highlight for Public Health Nutrition. Authors Matthew Graziose, Shauna Downs, Jessica Fanzo discuss their research.


Low Levels of Vitamin D Can Stunt Growth in Children

Low levels of vitamin D are strongly associated with stunting among Ecuadorian children, according to a new study published in Public Health Nutrition.


Optimising fibre intake- current state of knowledge

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for November is from the Nutrition Research Reviews and is entitled ‘Dietary fibre in Europe – current state of knowledge on definitions, sources, recommendations, intakes and relationships to health’.


How materials research is delivering cell biology in 3D

MRS Communications special issue on Biomaterials for 3D Cell Biology


Quorn protein on par with animal sources

Protein found in Quorn vegetarian foods may be just as beneficial as animal proteins, new research published in the British Journal of Nutrition suggests.


Parasitic nematodes of the genus Syphacia Seurat, 1916 infecting Muridae in the British Isles, and the peculiar case of Syphacia frederici

The latest Paper of the Month in Parasitology is Parasitic nematodes of the genus Syphacia Seurat, 1916 infecting Muridae in the British Isles, and the peculiar case of Syphacia frederici by Jerzy M.…


Vitamin D and inflammatory markers

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for October is from the Journal of Nutritional Science and is entitled 'Vitamin D and inflammatory markers: cross-sectional analyses using data from the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA)'. Authors: Cesar de Oliveira, Jane P Biddulph, Vasant Hirani and Ione Jayce Ceola Schneider present the key findings to their paper below.


Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences for Global Mental Health

World Mental Health Day is observed on 10 October every year, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.…


The role of rare innate immune cells in Type 2 immune activation against parasitic helminths

The latest Paper of the Month in Parasitology is The role of rare innate immune cells in Type 2 immune activation against parasitic helminths by Dr.…


Cambridge Open – Celebrating International Open Access Week 2017

Cambridge University Press is proud to support International Open Access Week, running from 23rd to 29th October 2017. As a leading University Press we are actively engaged with Open Access, and our Open Access publishing platform, Cambridge Open, serves authors and the wider community by publishing high-quality, peer-reviewed OA content. Follow our Facebook and Twitter pages this week to read blog posts from our Open Access team, read our most-read Open Access articles, and learn more about Cambridge Open.


Open Access at the Press – more Gold, more Green, more sharing.

The development of our Open Access programme, Cambridge Open, continues to be a major area of importance for the Press, both Green and Gold OA.


Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine Advocates for Research to Improve Mental Health Services

Heightened awareness of concepts relating to both mental health and mental illness are essential to ensure that appropriate and well resourced mental health services are provided for those in need.…