Proposing the MedÉire Diet

Public Health Nutrition Editorial Highlight: Changing the Irish dietary guidelines to incorporate the principles of the Mediterranean Diet - Proposing the MedÉire Diet‘


Parasite diversity associated with African penguins (Spheniscus demersus) and the effect of host and environmental factors

The latest Paper of the Month for Parasitology is ‘Parasite diversity associated with African penguins (Spheniscus demersus) and the effect of host and environmental factors‘ by Dr.…


Estimating children’s food portion sizes: does it make a difference whether the evaluator is a parent or an early educator?

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for March is from the Journal of Nutritional Science and is entitled ‘Accuracy in the estimation of children's food portion sizes against a food picture book by parents and early educators’


Cambridge holds inaugural Partners Summit

Academic welcomed 50 of our journal society partners and editors from all over the world to our inaugural summit


Discrediting Experiences

The RCPsych Article of the Month for March is from BJPsych Open and is entitled ‘Discrediting experiences: outcomes of eligibility assessments for claimants with psychiatric compared with non-psychiatric conditions transferring to personal independence payments in England'


More for less: Nutrition support offers an affordable concurrent treatment for cancer patients

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for February is from Proceedings of the Nutrition Society and is entitled ‘Nutrition support and clinical outcome in advanced cancer patients’ by Authors Alessandro Laviano, Luca Di Lazzaro and Angela Koverech.


From Women’s Empowerment to Gender Inclusion in Global Health Leadership: The GROW Model

International Women’s Day is an occasion to celebrate the women who have fought against all forms of discrimination, exclusion, marginalization, violence, and unequal opportunity faced by women around the world.…


More gender-equal societies have better child health and survival

Annually, one in every seven babies worldwide is born with a low birth weight, while a quarter of children under the age of 5 years (equivalent to 165 million) experience poor growth in height.…


Can we drink pure fruit juice instead of eating whole fruit?

The Nutrition Society Paper of the Month for January is from the British Journal of Nutrition and is entitled ‘Pure fruit juice and fruit consumption and the risk of CVD: the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition–Netherlands (EPIC-NL) study’.


Trypanosomatids: a Different Way of Being a Eukaryote

The latest Paper of the Month from Parasitology is ‘Recent advances in trypanosomatid research: genome organization, expression, metabolism, taxonomy and evolution‘ by Prof.…


Machines may soon replace healthcare workers in some aspects of their traditional roles

Machines may soon replace healthcare workers in some aspects of their traditional roles. Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly mastering rule-based tasks, and acting as a powerful decision-making tool  and monitoring system to support clinicians. Providers in Radiation Medicine are becoming familiar with the ways in which AI could both augment care and necessitate a shift in professional roles While related innovations could create major efficiencies and improvements in care, it could lead to job loss and to ethical and legal risks for those working alongside AI.…


Suicidal thoughts not a reliable warning of suicide

A major Australian study from BJPsych Open shows that most people who died of suicide dismissed expressing suicidal thoughts to health professionals, prompting calls to review the way treatment is managed and resourced.